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July 27, 2009 | by  | in Features |
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Tu Horomata

Nō te tau 2006 i puta tuatahi mai ngā karahipi o Tū Horomata. Ko tōna kaupapa ake he tautoko i ngā tauira Māori kei te pae tuarua e mahi ana. Ko tōna tikanga mā tēnei pūtea tautoko ka noho tonu ngā tauira Māori ki te whakapakari i a rātou anō i roto i ngā mahi o te paerua, ā, ka aronui atu ki ngā akoranga kāore nei i te kaha kitea ake i te huhua o ngā tauira Māori. I tēnei tau, tekau mā tahi ngā karahipi kua tukuna ki ngā tauira Māori kei te taumata paerua. Ko tētahi o ngā kōrero i puta mai i te hunga whakawā i ngā pukatono kua tuawhiti te āhua o ngā tono, ā, kua piki hoki te mahi o te hunga Māori e tuku tono ana mō te karahipi nei.

The 2009 recipients are:

Darryl Jones BBMedSci(Hons)
Kelly Mortensen BBMedSci(Hons)
Rick Purvis BCA(Hons)
Christine White BMus(Hons)
Christopher Black BMus(Hons)
Te Rangimarie Williams LLM
Te Atawhai Kumar MA (Māori Studies)
David Hakaraia MDes
Malia Lardelli MMidwifery
Tristan Carter MMus (Composition)
Janelle McIvor MSc(Psych)+ PGDipPsych
Xenia Wilke MScGeography

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