The Landline is Staying

May 9, 2022, 3:30 p.m.

Huhana Pirini says her dad raised her with strong values, never leaving a bill behind and always taking care of people. She reflects on the technology she was raised with, and how Zoom was introduced as part of monthly marae meetings. Kuia Huhana says that she's one of the few in Pawarenga who still have a landline and she's sticking to it.

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