TWT Wahine Pamper Day

Our September Pamper Day is for our workers, those ladies that donate so generously to our wahine.


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Happy Birthday Barby and Irma


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Thank you to our two angels that supported our kaupapa



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If we told you the whole story…

Christmas in July

This year we brought our Christmas in July Lunch to the Church, all those present during our shared Lunch received gifts, thank you to Irma and Robyn for supplying our Christmas in July gifts

Sorry everyone, we were so busy eating we forgot the group photo, only our tamariki had photos taken.


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Christmas in July 2014

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Memorial Service @ TWT Redfern

Our annual Memorial Service is held on the 3rd Sunday in July.

We encourage family and friends to bring framed photos of their loved ones to display on our remembrance table.


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Matariki Lunch

Just before dawn in the eastern sky, Matariki (the Pleiades) signals the Maori New Year.  For some its a time to remember those that have died and celebrating new beginnings.

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Rookwood Cemetery Maori Section

Rookwood Necropolis is one of the oldest, largest and most multicultural cemeteries in Australia.

Located in the suburb of Rookwood, about 17 kms west of the Sydney Central business district.


January 1984: The Maori Lawn Section at Whelan Avenue, Rookwood Cemetery became official.

Sunday 27th October: will go down in history as one of the most important and memorable days in the history of the Maori in Sydney.  At 9.30 a.m. with a light shower falling, members of the Fellowship assembled at the Maori Cemetery at Rookwood, for the planting of two pohutukawa trees, gifted by the Hon. Koro Tainui Wetere, Minister of Maori Affairs, New Zealand, with a simple and moving Service of thanksgiving and dedication. Two pohutukawa trees were planted on 27th October 1985.

December 14 1986:.  Peter Larkins erected the carvings at the Maori Lawn Section at Rookwood Cemetery.

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