“Ka mahi, ka inoi, ka moe, ka mahi anō”
(Excellence comes from hard work and dedication)
Nā reira ka mihi ano, ka karanga anō ki a koutou. E pā ana tā tātou Hui-ā-tau ki te kaupapa nei, a tātou mahi, a tātou moemoeā. Kia kōrerorerohia, kia taukumekumehia ā tātou mahi e tātou. Kia whakanuia hoki. Ko te tūmanako me haere mai koutou katoa ki te rohe o Papaioea, ki te kura o Tū Toa, Tai Wānanga ki Staces Road, Aokautere, kia whakapiripiri ai tātou, kia ora ai tātou katoa. Nā reirā – nau mai, haere mai!!
The 2015 Te ORA Hui-ā-Tau & Scientific Conference is just around the corner. It will be the most important opportunity for our membership to discuss, debate and showcase our hard work. And of course to celebrate and acknowledge the dedication of Māori doctors in health research, education and clinical settings across the whole country.
Te ORA’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on 3:30pm – 5:30pm, Friday, 13 November at Tu Toa, Tai Wānanga ki Staces Road, Aokautere, Palmerston North.
Please note the AGM will be paperless. Documentation will be circulated via Te ORA’s website and/or email by 26th October 2015. To RSVP please email the Te ORA Office firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: This is a friendly reminder that you must be a Te ORA current financial member to be able to vote at the AGM. To renew your membership or become a Te ORA member please visit: www.teora.maori.nz/membership
If you have any patai, please contact Te Aniwa Reedy, Te ORA Manager 04-910-9213 or email@example.com