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Remembering the C Company 'Kaupoi'
Service recognition medals for whānau of WWII veterans.
Tairāwhiti mourn Dr Rangimarie Rose Pere
Tākuta Rangimarie Turuki Arikirangi Rose Pere has been farewelled by Ngāti Kahungunu, Tūhoe, Ngāti Ruapani and the Kīngitanga.
Ancestral house alive with art and children
Māori art exhibition 'Rangiwaho Ihu ki te Moana', is providing a platform for Ngāi Tāmanuhiri to curate their iwi history and educate the next generation, about their whakapapa to taonga, to the moana and to Rangiwaho marae, in Te Tairāwhiti.
Tūranga Health empowers community through DIY
As the winter chill approaches, an iwi-based organisation, Tūranga Health on the East Coast, is teaching families in rural communities the DIY skills they need to improve and future-proof their own homes.
Veteran waveskiing on a wave of good health
Steve Gibbs of Ngāi Tāmanuhiri has been crowned veteran champion at the NZ Open Waveskii Surfing Titles for 2019 in Gisborne. The two-time world champion says waveskiing is a way to maintain a healthy lifestyle and stay active while advancing in years.
Taonga tell accurate history of Cook encounters
Steve Gibbs, Associate Professor at Toihoukura in Tūranganui a Kiwa, speaks about the significance of Rangiwaho: Ihu ki te Moana, the first contemporary exhibition in the National Maritime Museum in England to address Pacific encounters with Captain Cook.
Unearthing Horouta waka
Ngāi Tāmanuhiri have launched a new book telling the story of Horouta waka and how it came to be in the Te Wherowhero lagoon. Ngāi Tāmanuhiri elder Temple Isaacs tells Te Kāea about how he came across the traditional waka as a child.
Ngai Tāmanuhiri launches Horouta waka resource
Ngāi Tāmanuhiri has worked alongside the Ministry of Education to create an educational resource, targeted at 9-11-year-old te reo Māori learners, called ‘He Putanga nō Uki’, which is a story about the discovery of the Horouta waka.