Eastern Bay of Plenty marae launches website
Press Release: Larni Media / Lani Hepi
January 2013, 12:00PM
Marae launches new
BAY OF PLENTY
An Eastern Bay of Plenty marae
is looking forward to connecting with the future with the
launch of a new website.
Tuariki Marae has invested money
and time into creating a new web platform for members and
whanau through out New Zealand to connect back to their
The website enables live streaming of hui or
wananga at the marae and also providing the latest news and
Chairwomen of Tuariki Marae comitee Mary Hepi
says its a step forward for our marae.
"To be able to
connect with whanau world wide and to be able to bring their
marae to them is just incredible." She says.
Tuariki Marae website was launched on the 9th of January
For more information visit tuariki.com
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