Many Marae Still Considering Keeping Doors Closed

April 7, 2022, 1:55 p.m.

Haami Piripi says that for the meantime it may be beneficial to carry out hui online until we know it is safe to reenter our marae. Although restrictions have changed and we're learning to live with Covid 19 as part of our day to day lives - tikanga marae should always be to manaaki and tiaki whānau. At this stage the future of the virus is uncertain and whānau hauora is paramount.

Haami also talks about the whakatauki "He kitenga kanohi, he hokinga mahara" and what this means to him.


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