Kia ora whānau o Ngāi Tahu, our tamariki are now back at school after having their mid year winter break. Functions continue on the marae, as does the road widening project.

Ngā mate

Our aroha goes to all whānau who have farewelled a loved one recently. May fond memories of your loved one bring you comfort during this sad time in your life.

Rā whānau

Each year, your birthday brings renewed hope, fresh plans and more wins in the game of life. Happy birthday and keep on rocking.

Kupu hou

Tauiwi: a non-Māori New Zealander or visitor to New Zealand (includes any nationality and is more inclusive than the word Pākehā).

Ko wai tō ingoa?: What is your name?
Ko Jayda tāku ingoa: My name is Jayda.
Kei runga noa atu koe: You’re the best.

Ōtākou website

Feel free to browse our website. Whānau wishing to book the marae for functions can do so online

Pānui contributions

We welcome your whānau or personal news for inclusion in our pānui. Please send your news items eg: achievements, pēpi hou, memorials, kupu hou and photos to [email protected]