Ngāti Whātua: Through The Eyes of Ngarimu Blair

March 28, 2021, 11:03 p.m.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei deputy chair, Ngarimu Blair shares his memories of growing up Ngāti Whātua and his hopes for his iwi

Related

Learning Reo Opens Doors for Publishing Associate

Jamie Te Huia Cowell is a publishing associate at 100 Pukapuka, a door which opened to her through learning te reo Māori
3 weeks, 4 days

Kaitaia Community to Meet to Tackle Homelessness

Rangimarie Pomare says the housing crisis in Northland is urgent and has called a meeting at Te Ahu, 10am on the 12 of April
2 weeks, 2 days

Kuia, Kaumātua Key in Māori Upbringing

Ngawaiata Evans of Ngāti Kahu reflects on her upbringing with the love and guidance of her kuia, kaumātua
2 weeks, 2 days

Minimum Wage Rise Hoped to Address NZ Wage Gap

The NZ minimum wage has increased to $20. Māori and Pacific experience pay discrimination, the rise is hoped to fix the wage gap
2 weeks, 2 days