Search Site
Our People
Home >> Our Kōrero >> News >> Tuhoe in the News >> Tūhoe remembered on Armistice
Tūhoe remembered on Armistice
10 November 2017

Hemana Waaka was determined that he would take the three flags of the Pioneer Maori Battalion to the outreaches of the Tuhoe territory. When World War 1 broke out, 77 Tuhoe men volunteered to join the Maori Pioneer Battalion and every year the tribe commemorates Armistice Day and those of their tribe who served their country with a service at Mahurehure Maori in Rūātoki.

Item Comment

Blog Post Tūhoe remembered on Armistice
Comment
Are you a machine? If not please enter nothing in here:
Your Name

Iwi Registration

The purpose of Iwi Registration is to build the Tūhoe nation by registering in a central place the descendants of Tūhoe tipuna Tūhoe or Potiki and those who affiliate to a Tūhoe Marae and Tūhoe Hapū.  Your Iwi Register is based on Tūhoe whānau and Tūhoe hapū.

Home >> Our Kōrero >> News >> News Feed Back to top