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July 23, 2007 | by  | in Features |
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Te puawaitanga o te karahipi

Kua iwa tau naaianei a Ngaai Tauira ë tiaki ana i te kaupapa ö teenei karahipi, araa, he whakamaumahara i a Raniera raaua ko Anihaka Higgins. Ka tautoko anoo te karahipi nei i ngaa tauira Maaori ö te Whare waananga ë whai ana i te maatauranga.

Noo te tau 1995 ka timata a Ngai Tauira ki te whiriwhiri i teetahi karahipi tautoko-aa-puutea i ngaa tauira Maaori. Noo te whakaaetanga a VUWSA ki te whakarahi ake i te puutea ka tau ki ngaa ringa o Ngai Tauira, ka whakatiinanahia te wawata.

I te tau 1998, ka tautoko te whaanau Higgins i te whakaaro nui kia tuu ai te karahipi hei whakamaumahara i te tokorua nei a Raniera raaua ko Anihaka.

Kei te kaha tonu ngaa tauira Maaori ki te whai i teenei karahipi. I teenei tau, tokoono ngaa tauira ka whiwhi i teetahi karahipi i runga anoo i aa raatou mahi aawhina i a Te Herenga Waka, i a Ngai Tauira, aa, i a Ngai Maaori hoki. Ngaa mihi nui ki a koutou; Ko Putiputi Temara, ko Te Atawhai Kumar, ko Te Iwa Rangihau, ko Connie Rigby, ko Rewa Morgan, ko Tane Rangihuna raatou ko Tracey Maniera.


Panui: I ngaa koorero e whai ake nei ka hurihia matou i ngã tohutoo ki ngaa tohu oro e rua.

Notice: In all articles we have changed the macron into double vowels.

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