Menemene mai! Share your photos with us and WIN PRIZES
Te Ahi Kā, the theme of this edition, refers to the burning fires of occupation our tipuna maintained to assert their rights over whenua. Without the presence of Ahi Kā other tribes could make claim to the land.
We have used the term Te Ahi Kā here to refer to people who maintain particular roles and functions in the community. They keep the home fires burning – be that at the whānau homestead, on the marae, at school, at church, sports teams as an administrator, coach or a hearty supporter – maintaining an organisation’s or group’s unique identity and distinctive contribution it makes to the wider community.
So what does Te Ahi Kā look like in your neck of the woods?
Show us what Te Ahi Kā looks like in your community and the people who keep it ‘burning’, and post your photos to the Te Ahi Kā album on the Kōkiri Facebook page: facebook.com/tepunikokiri
Post your favourite photos of ngā pēpi, tamariki, taiohi, Māma, Pāpa, Nanny, Koro, pakeke, whānau, or whānau whānui, at the beach collecting kai, working in the kitchen at the marae, coaching the school netball team, mowing the lawns at church, doing whatever it is that they do to ‘keep the home fires burning’.
What you need to do
Upload your photo to the Te Ahi Kā photo album on Kōkiri’s wall in Facebook and tag yourself in the photo.
Share the Te Ahi Kā competition info on your own wall.
Get as many of your friends to Like Kōkiri’s Facebook page and Like your photo.
For every person that likes the Kōkiri Facebook page and your photo you will receive one entry into the random draw
Prize: printed canvas of your image, sent to your home. The picture that best represents the theme will be determined by the judges
Prize: Lomography Fisheye Camera
Terms and Conditions:
The Te Ahi Kā Competition (the “Competition”) is run by Te Puni Kōkiri, the Ministry of Māori Development. For more information visit www.tpk.govt.nz. By entering the Competition, entrants are deemed to accept these terms and conditions.
The Competition runs between Friday 11 May 2012 and Friday 1 June 2012 (inclusive).
Information on how to enter and prizes form part of these terms and conditions. Entries not completed in accordance with them are ineligible.
Entry is open to all Facebook users who ‘like’ the Kōkiri Facebook page, except employees of Te Puni Kōkiri, the Ministry of Māori Development and contractors, and their immediate families.
Photos uploaded to the open share photo album named ‘Te Ahi Kā’ qualify for entry to this competition.
You may make multiple entries to the competition.
Entries close on 5pm Friday 1 June 2012. The winner will be drawn on Tuesday 5 June 2012.
Winners will be notified via Facebook.
Prize is to be taken as offered and is not transferable or redeemable for cash.
The judges’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Te Puni Kōkiri, the Ministry of Māori Development, may use the winner’s name, entry and town of residence in any publicity relating to this competition.
The competition is authorised by Te Puni Kōkiri, Te Puni Kōkiri House, 143 Lambton Quay, Wellington 6011,telephone +64 4 819 6000, email firstname.lastname@example.org
All personal details provided will only be used in conjunction with this competition and will not be disclosed to any other parties.