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Calls for Atua Māori Recognition in New RMA

Former Māori Council chair Maanu Paul says natural resource protection in te ao Māori is captured within atua Māori narratives
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Teaching Mahinga Kai to Combat Poverty

Whānau Ora navigator, Sean Delany says teaching whānau how to gather and grow kai is key in building resilience
3 weeks, 1 day

Tai Tokerau Women Do Speak on Marae

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa says women in Te Tai Tokerau do speak on the marae, a protocol that has stood for many generations
3 weeks, 2 days

Wāhine Māori Voice Key on Marae

Ngāti kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says that in a te ao Māori context, gender roles are not sexist, they uphold the mana of a marae
3 weeks, 2 days

Ngāpuhi Women Self-Determined

Ngāpuhi kaumātua Rihari Dargaville says Ngāpuhi women stand in their own mana and are highly respected on marae
3 weeks, 3 days

Challenges in Tracing Whakapapa

Distrust of Crown led to Māori misspelling tūpuna names on birth certificates, causing issues for people searching for whakapapa
4 weeks

New COVID-19 Strains Call for New Protocols

Tikanga are pragmatic and change as situations do. Former Māori Council co-chair, Maanu Paul says Govt. must review theirs
1 month

Māra Kai, Food Sovereignty and Maramataka

Maramataka expert, Rereata Makiha says the well-being of Māori communities lies within traditional Māori ways of life
2 months, 2 weeks

Wānanga Brings Maramataka to Kaikohe Community

Maramataka expert, Rereata Makiha says a wānanga will be held in Kaikohe on the 8th of December about the Māori lunar calendar
3 months

Passing on Traditional Fishing Knowledge Through Generations

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha reminisces about the days where tāruke and kūpenga were used for fishing and speaks of succession
3 months

Māori Designs on Ground, Walked on in Kawakawa

Tohe Ashby of Ngāti Hine says designs at the Te Hononga Hundertwasser centre representing ancestors don't belong on the ground
3 months

Wānanga Keeps Karanga Strong in Hauraki

Hauraki correspondent Johnson Watene says wāhine from across Pare Hauraki are gathering to ensure that karanga is never lost
3 months, 1 week

Traditional Kai Gathering Focussed on Communal Well-being

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa reflects on traditional practices around food, the poki (hāngi) and preparing kuaka (godwits) for eating
3 months, 2 weeks

Te Whare Tapu o Ngāpuhi Protocols Adapt

Ngāpuhi kaumātua Rihari Dargaville says tikanga around uplifting tūpāpaku is changing and becoming lost as time goes on
3 months, 2 weeks

Bell Family Returns Taonga Māori to Iwi

Te Rarawa CEO Haami Piripi says a pākehā family in Te Hiku o Te Ika has returned taonga found at their farm to iwi
3 months, 2 weeks

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Calls for Atua Māori Recognition in New RMA

Former Māori Council chair Maanu Paul says natural resource protection in te ao Māori is captured within atua Māori narratives
2 weeks

Teaching Mahinga Kai to Combat Poverty

Whānau Ora navigator, Sean Delany says teaching whānau how to gather and grow kai is key in building resilience
3 weeks, 1 day

Tai Tokerau Women Do Speak on Marae

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa says women in Te Tai Tokerau do speak on the marae, a protocol that has stood for many generations
3 weeks, 2 days

Wāhine Māori Voice Key on Marae

Ngāti kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says that in a te ao Māori context, gender roles are not sexist, they uphold the mana of a marae
3 weeks, 2 days

Ngāpuhi Women Self-Determined

Ngāpuhi kaumātua Rihari Dargaville says Ngāpuhi women stand in their own mana and are highly respected on marae
3 weeks, 3 days

Challenges in Tracing Whakapapa

Distrust of Crown led to Māori misspelling tūpuna names on birth certificates, causing issues for people searching for whakapapa
4 weeks

New COVID-19 Strains Call for New Protocols

Tikanga are pragmatic and change as situations do. Former Māori Council co-chair, Maanu Paul says Govt. must review theirs
1 month

Māra Kai, Food Sovereignty and Maramataka

Maramataka expert, Rereata Makiha says the well-being of Māori communities lies within traditional Māori ways of life
2 months, 2 weeks

Wānanga Brings Maramataka to Kaikohe Community

Maramataka expert, Rereata Makiha says a wānanga will be held in Kaikohe on the 8th of December about the Māori lunar calendar
3 months

Passing on Traditional Fishing Knowledge Through Generations

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha reminisces about the days where tāruke and kūpenga were used for fishing and speaks of succession
3 months

Māori Designs on Ground, Walked on in Kawakawa

Tohe Ashby of Ngāti Hine says designs at the Te Hononga Hundertwasser centre representing ancestors don't belong on the ground
3 months

Wānanga Keeps Karanga Strong in Hauraki

Hauraki correspondent Johnson Watene says wāhine from across Pare Hauraki are gathering to ensure that karanga is never lost
3 months, 1 week

Traditional Kai Gathering Focussed on Communal Well-being

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa reflects on traditional practices around food, the poki (hāngi) and preparing kuaka (godwits) for eating
3 months, 2 weeks

Te Whare Tapu o Ngāpuhi Protocols Adapt

Ngāpuhi kaumātua Rihari Dargaville says tikanga around uplifting tūpāpaku is changing and becoming lost as time goes on
3 months, 2 weeks

Bell Family Returns Taonga Māori to Iwi

Te Rarawa CEO Haami Piripi says a pākehā family in Te Hiku o Te Ika has returned taonga found at their farm to iwi
3 months, 2 weeks