As we farewell 2016 we remember the dearly departed. Those who armed themselves for the greater good, who were leaders in their own right and who taught us so much. Te Kāea would like to pay tribute to their passion, work and dedication.
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Kawe Kōrero- The widow of the late Ranginui Walker passes away
Deidre Walker, the wife of the late Māori academic and writer Dr Ranginui Walker has passed away at the age of 85. She leaves behind 3 children, 9 grandchildren and 14 great children.
Final farewell for Dr Ranginui Walker
Esteemed leader Dr Ranginui Walker was farewelled in Auckland today with thousands of people gathering at Ōrākei Marae for his final journey.
Former student says Dr Walker was a beacon of hope
Dr Walker was not only an author and an activist, he was also a man on a mission to help mainstream understand the Māori world better. Te Kāea spoke to one of his former Auckland University students who was part of that movement.
Dr Walker: A man who empowered minds
Dignitaries from the Bay of Plenty, the South Island and many other corners of the nation are mourning the loss of such a noble leader who leaves behind his family.
The late Dr Ranginui Walker a respected academic
The country's academia is mourning the death of Māori's leading academic Dr Ranginui Walker. Fellow academic Sir Pita Sharples says Dr Ranginui changed the landscape of the Māori world through education.
University activists praise Dr Walker for his guidance
During the protest era when Ranginui Walker was at Auckland University. He was a staunch supporter of the activist groups Ngā Tamatoa and the Polynesian Panthers.
Te Whakatōhea to honour Dr Walker through settlement
The body of Dr Ranginui Walker has been released. Today, the family along with Te Whakatōhea escorted Dr Walker to Ōrākei Marae where he will lay for three days. Dr Walker was a leader in the world of academics and an activist of Māori rights.
Dr Ranginui Walker's whānau agrees to special request from Te Whakatōhea
The family of Dr Ranginui Walker have agreed to a request from his iwi, Te Whakatōhea, to return some of his ashes home.
Māori Television to live stream tangihanga of Dr Ranginui Walker
The tangihanga for the late Dr Ranginui Walker will be live streamed on Māori Television.com at 10.45am today and tomorrow and can be located by clicking on this link.