Every year, Maungaharuru-Tangitū Trust produces a maramataka (calendar) for our whānau. A copy is posted to every registered household in June to celebrate Matariki, the Māori new year. Keep your contact details up-to-date to ensure you receive your copy!

To view past maramataka, click on the blue links or the images of the front covers below.

Tukutuku 2023 – 2024

This maramataka treasures the tukutuku from our whare tipuna, Punanga Te Wao.  It includes photos of our taonga and the kōrero explaining their meaning. Also included are some photos from nearly 40 years ago, and some of the restoration efforts post-cyclone. 

Mānawatia te angitūtanga 2022 – 2023

This maramataka celebrates our whānau, our environment and our aspirations that have come to fruition.

Whakanuia ō tātau Whānau 2021 – 2022

This maramataka celebrates our people. It showcases whānau learning and participating in new and old experiences and most of all enjoying themselves.

He kupu tuku iho 2020 – 2021

This maramataka included photos of some of our special places and the kupu left to us by our tīpuna giving us a deeper understanding of our connections to the land and to each other. Reminding us that we walk in the footsteps of our tīpuna.

To read some additional kōrero for each month of this maramataka, please click here.

Kia haruru anō te reo Māori 2019 – 2020

This maramataka included a series of phrases and ideas to increase the reo Māori we use every day. There is also a webpage with links to related resources you can access online.

Tūtira 2018 – 2019

This maramataka was a celebration of te waiū o ō tātau tīpuna, which provided spiritual and physical sustenance to our ancestors.

Pepeha 2017 – 2018

This maramataka featured our unique pepeha and whakatauākī, the essence of who we are as Hapū. A personalised book Tōku Pepeha was also made available for purchase.

He Tātāriki – Celebrating Hapū Leadership 2016 – 2017

This maramataka celebrated our Hapū leaders. It also highlighted the mātāpono (values) that we identified together as Hapū to be important in guiding our leaders.

Puāwaitanga o te Puawānanga – Living Our Dreams 2015 – 2016

This maramataka illustrated the goals we identified together as Hapū and the values that will guide us to achieve our dreams. It includes photographs of aspeccts of our whare tipuna, Punanga-te-Wao and the kōrero that explain their meaning and relevance.

Tangitū – Coastal Lands and Sea of the Hapū 2014 – 2015

This maramataka celebrated our connection to Tangitū, the spiritual guardian of our moana. Tangitū was central to the lives of our Hapū tīpuna and remains signficant to our Hapū whānau living today.

Maungaharuru 2013 – 2014

This maramataka celebrated our connection to Maungaharuru and the Poutiri Ao ō Tāne project. It featured manu and freshwater fish species that could be found on our maunga.

Maramataka 2012

Our very first maramataka featured some places, manu, and plants that are important to our Hapū.