Te Ata Tino Toa has announced the 2009 competition for the most creative display of the Tino Rangatiratanga flag.
Judged by an esteemed panel of judges, points are given for:
Kaimahi Māori in their workplaces
On the streets
Waitangi events - anywhere in the world
Tauiwi can also fly the flag
Size and height
Extra points are given if you can get it on a city council flag Pole.
Support Tino Rangatiratanga by flying the Tino Rangatiratanga Flag on Waitangi day in your area. Approach your local kura, kohanga, businesses, local council etc and let them you want them to share their local flag poles with Maori, about the positives of building the
relationship with tangata whenua.
Think about adopting local flag poles for the tino flag, and other high profile places. Even a sticker on your car will support the kaupapa.
The flag symbolises the struggle for Maori self-determination and embodies the hopes we have for future generations as a thriving indigenous nation. Email before the Monday after Waitangi Day
Fly the Flag 2008
Fly the Flag 2007
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