Mō tēnei paetukutuku , About this site
Mahia te mahi, mēnā he painga mō te iwi.
Do what needs to be done if there is a benefit in it for the people.
Tēnā koutou katoa.
Tēnā koutou i roto i ngā tini mate e pā ana ki a tātou. Nō reira e ngā mate, haere atu ki tua o te arai! Otirā ki te kāinga tūturu mō tātou katoa ahakoa ko wai.
Ka tuku mihi ki a Kingi Tuheitia, te pou herenga waka o te motu. Nā tana tūpuna rūruhi a Te Puea te whakataukī nei ki ana iwi. He wahine kaha ia ki te tohutohu ki ana iwi kia hapai ake i ngā mahi a te iwi hei oranga mō rātou anō.
Nō reira ko tēnei te kaupapa o te paetukutuku. Āwhinatia te kaupapa e tū nei!
Greetings to you all.
To those who have passed on, Farewell! Travel to the place where we as mere mortals will go to, whatever our position in this world.
I acknowledge Kingi Tuheitia who unites all the tribes of this land. It was his ancestor Te Puea who said the above directive to her people. She was a leader who was renowned for her practical advice and hands-on help to her tribe particularly to improve their health and general wellbeing.
This is the purpose of this website, we therefore seek your support!
Te Whaioranga is managed by PHARMAC, the Pharmaceutical Management Agency of New Zealand.