Why join

By joining Kamira Whanau website you will be added to an emailing list and updated on occasion about new stories, events, etc.

You can also join the forums and discuss all sorts of things with others.

You will also be able to make comments on any page that has a comment box at the bottom. Those will be published on the page after a short checking time.

Don’t worry, this website lives by two rules:

1. Your contact details will never ever be given or sold to anyone

2. The emails will be very infrequent. At the most, you could expect one email every two months.

On the other hand, if you want to be notified every time there is a new story, you can click the “Entries RSS” link which is at the bottom left of every web page, right under the login link. This is a great way to stay up to date with the latest postings.

Register by clicking the Log in link at the bottom left of any page on this website.

10 Responses to Why join

  1. josephine takao says:

    My father is Joseph Adams and he lives at Mitimiti. Beautiful place to be. Soooo love it.

  2. Te Urioteaho Ngaropo Tāwio says:

    Tena koe e te kaihana e Robyn,

    Ka nui te mihi atu ki a koe e rangahau tonu nei i ngā kōrero mō (te) wānanga. Ngā mihi nunui.

    Te Uri

  3. Jared Nordstrom says:

    Tena Koe,
    My grand mother is Sophie Tipene nee (Peihopa) her grandmother is Maraea Cook and grandfather Wiremu Ututaonga Tihei.

  4. trish smith says:

    Kiaora, my great grandparents were William and Hara (Kamira) Smith buried in Rahiri, Hokianga.

  5. Ben Parkinson says:

    Ngawini Tahana (Parkinson) My Grandmother.

  6. Christopher (Kiritōwha) Anaru Mapa says:

    Tēnā koutou kei ōku whanaunga nō Hokianga Ki Te Raki, arā te whānau Kamira nō Mitimiti, nō Tuauru. He uri tēnei nō te whānau Rini, arā Werahiko Mapa Rini Te Wheau me Irihāpeti (Taha) Kingi nō Waihou Nui A Rua. Tōku tautoko kaha mārika i te hakaterenga ake o te kaupapa tino rangatira nei hei tāonga ōhākī mā tātou ngā uri o Te Rarawa. Tēnei ka mihi maioha atu ki a koe e kara e Rob mō tō koha mai i ngā kōrero nei.

  7. Jo Kamira says:

    Kia ora Uncle Ron,
    Aroha mai that I haven’t checked our site recently. I’ve been too busy on our Maori in Oz project which is now on line
    http://www.dictionaryofsydney.org/entry/maori
    Craig and I are relieved our whanaunga are safe after the devastation in Japan.
    Na Aroha
    Jo and Craig

  8. Ron Haira says:

    I came to Australia in 1956 when I was 21 years old, still here after 54 years. After my father died in 1979 I began re-searching my Maori whakapapa and Maori culture in general. Gained permission from the Dilworth trust board (I attended Dilworth School Auckland NZ 1944-1951) to build a Whaharoa on the senior school campus as a gift from the old boys for the schools 100 years 1904-2004. When I presented the whaharoa to the school the powhiri I and other guests received include a school haka featuring 400 students. I am currently the President of the NZ RSL Sub-Branch with connections to the Maori church in Redfern Sydney and through our website some 3000 veterans scattered throughout Australia. Looking forward to participating in your website. Ron Haira

    • Kaiwhakahaere | Administrator says:

      Tena koe Ron, e tuku ake nei te mihi kia koe. it’s a pleasure to have you here e te whanaunga. Naku na Robyn Kamira

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