By Alka Prasad, Te Rito journalism cadet
Tag: Nepal. Showing results 1 - 10 of 11
Koinei aku kupu tohutohu- ka taea: Rituraj Sapkota
Nā Michael Cugley, pia o Te Rito. Ko te kotahitanga me te whanaungatanga ngā hua e putaina mai ana e Rituraj Sapkota uri o Nepal i tōna hīkoitanga mā runga te ara ako reo māori.
Ko Everest te maunga
Three wāhine Sherpa talk about how they reconcile their indigenous beliefs with the western concept of “conquering” a mountain; about their Aotearoa connection and lessons to take from te ao Māori.
EXCLUSIVE: In the shadow of Mt Everest- Tenzing Norgay's son speaks
Norbu Tenzing, son of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay who guided Sir Edmund Hillary to the top of Mt. Everest, speaks about his father’s legacy, how he is continuing it today and the challenges the Sherpa people face. Tenzing says, "For a Sherpa, the last thing they want to do is to climb Everest”
EXCLUSIVE: Everest meets Hikurangi
Ngāti Porou is hosting the whānau of Tenzing Norgay who, along with Sir Edmund Hillary, made the first successful ascent of Mt Everest. The visit celebrates Ngā Maunga Kōrerorero o te Ao - The Talking Mountains of the World and the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
Tū Kōkiri students promote Youth Week by reaching out
Under the slogan "We are the Future", a group of deaf youth have gone out into the community in support of Youth Week. The aim of the students from Tū Kokiri Service of Kelston Deaf Education Centre is to promote NZ Sign Language and help out people affected by earthquakes overseas.
Native Affairs- Peter Hillary
As the death toll from Nepal's Earthquake continues to climb, a group of New Zealanders touched down in Auckland this morning direct from the disaster zone.
Peter Hillary returns home after witnessing Nepal's devastating quake
Sir Edmund Hillary's son, Peter, has returned home to New Zealand after witnessing first-hand Nepal's devastating earthquake.
EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Peter Hillary upon his return from Nepal
Tonight on Native Affairs, we have an exclusive in-depth interview with Peter Hillary, the son of Sir Edmund. Peter shares his first-hand account of the terrifying moment the avalanche stuck after Nepal's catastrophic earthquake.