Haere mai, see you tomorrow bright & early

Haere mai, see you tomorrow bright & early

Come and join your fellow Corenet peers and catch up over a free coffee on the morning of 23rd June as we acknowledge the first NZ public holiday to celebrate Matariki – the Māori name for a group of stars also known as the Pleiades star cluster or M45 – which will fall on June 24th

Matariki represents the start of the new year in the Māori lunar calendar and allows us to reflect on the challenges and celebrate the successes of the past year.

We look forward to seeing you all to celebrate something truly unique to Aotearoa New Zealand.

Mānawatia a Matariki can be translated to mean welcome, honour or celebrate Matariki.

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