Articles Categorized: Maori Affairs

Maori children need whanau, hapu and iwi

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MAINTAINING a child’s familial and cultural connections is key to ensuring their future safety, according to the leaders of a Whakatane social services provider. Delegates…

RoboPa to challenge Maori learners

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TE Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi is taking a robotics initiative into Mataatua primary schools and kura to support the growth of digital capability. Professor John…

Maori culture the key

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THERE aren’t many men in New Zealand’s kindergartens, and even fewer Maori ones, but Reweti Elliott is proud to be bucking the trend. An early…

Tuhoe totara falls ahead of Te Matatini

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GATHERED together watching kapa haka and remembering his legacy is an apt way to send off one of Tuhoe’s great cultural exponents, Te Makarini Temara…