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The supreme Tauora Award winner, Alan Hogarth felt more than a little set up, after hearing his name announced as Whakaihuwaka for 2015. 

Tauora wellness advisor Tuihana Ohia told Alan that he was attending the awards ceremony to speak on behalf of one of the other award winners from Whirikoka in Gisborne - who was overseas.. Click the video above to see more. 


The full list of winners are below.. 

 TAU ORA AWARDS 2015-11-30   

The supreme Tauora Award winner

Allan (Hogi) Hogarth   

 Te Manawanui Kaimahi  

William Davis   

 Te Manawanui Tauira 

Te Hirau Hona   

 Te Rangawaewae award   

William Davis  

Melvin Apelu 

 Cindy Marsters 

 Jasmine Mason 

Adam Rameka  

 Te Punga Oranga Award 

 Donna Te Rore 

 Liz Tera 

 Angelina Matekohi

 Tamehana Lagas 

 Tauira Tau Ora Hīkoi Award 

Chantelle Biddle 

 Tania David

 Te Hirau Hona 

 Kimora Rangitonga 

 Jalna Simmons 

 Wero Team Award 

Melaina Huaki  

 Georgina Paikea   

 Wiremu Beazley 

 Huirangi Tahana  

Susanne Moka 

Toitoi Manawa Inspirational Award  

Robyn Reihana (Te Ihu) 

 Stacey McBeth (Te Waenga) 

 Maraea Hetet (Te Puna Mātauranga) 

 Michael Wallace (Te Kei)  Rawiri Shedlock (Te Taiurungi) 

 Jalna Simmons (Tauira) 



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Published On: 1 December 2015

Article By: James Ihaka and Te Anga Nathan



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