Archive for July, 2010

Ngā Tohutaka (Recipes)

Ngā Tohutaka (Recipes)

by / 26/07/10 / No Comments

Kūmara Taūmu (Kumara Bake) Momo kai Kūmara—600 kerēme, kua waruhia,tapahia, ngakungakutia Rīwai—4 rahi tauwai (medium), waruhia, tapahia, ngakungakutia Paukena—250 kerēme, waruhia, tapahia, ngakungakutia Pēkene—4 poroangi, tapahia, ngakungakutia Aniani—1 rahi tauwai, tapahia, ngakungakutia Tōmato—2 rahi tauwai, taphia, ngakungakutia Titiwai—1 peka, horoia, tapahia, ngakungakutia Hua manu—3, kōhua mārōtia, whakangakungakutia Hinu Oriwa (Pata rānei)—1 koko rahi Pepa kaene—1 [...]

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“Whaia te karamatamata, ki tōna tāpuhipuhitanga”

“Whaia te karamatamata, ki tōna tāpuhipuhitanga”

by / 26/07/10 / No Comments

I ēnei rā kua tāpiri te maha o ngā kupu pukapuka ki te ipurangi kia āhei ngā tauira ki te pānui i ngā kōrero ki te kāinga, ki te rūma rorohiko rānei. Engari, ka manawa rau te tauira i te pouaka whakaata, te pukapuka kanohi rānei, ko te hua, kāore te tauira e rongo i [...]

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Ngā Rangahautira

Ngā Rangahautira

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“Whakapapaina te kupenga Kia kaha roa tana puta” Ko tēnei whakatauki he whakatauki e hāngai tonu ki te rōpū Ngā Rangahautira, me ngā mahi kei te whakahaerehia e mātou. Ko te tikanga o taua kōrero, he kōrero mō te noho ngātahi me te mahi ngātahi o tērā, o tērā, kia puta kaha roa ngā hua. [...]

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He aha rā te mea i tumu mai nei

He aha rā te mea i tumu mai nei

by / 26/07/10 / No Comments

He mea nui te kai ki ngā Māori i ngā rā o mua, koirā pea i puta ai ngā kōrero pēnei nā, “Tohea i te tohe ki te kai”, ka mutu he kaha rātau o aua wā rā ki te whakatika i ā rātau māra kai, ki te kohi kai, ahakoa ki rō ngahere, ki [...]

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Wagamama proves there is such a thing as a free lunch, proclaims own National Day

Wagamama proves there is such a thing as a free lunch, proclaims own National Day

by / 26/07/10 / No Comments

Growing tired of the culinary delights of Mount Street Cafe? Too cold to wait for Hare Krishna? Flat broke? Wagamama, in the Meridian Building on Customhouse Quay, has a healthy solution for your dining difficulties… and it’s FREE! On Tuesday the 27 July, Wellington noodle house Wagamama is offering customers free lunch for ‘National Noodle [...]

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The Ā – Ē – Ī – Ō – Ū of Where to Learn the Māori Language!

The Ā – Ē – Ī – Ō – Ū of Where to Learn the Māori Language!

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E kīa nei, ko te reo Māori te mauri o te mana Māori nō reira he mihi maioha ki a rātou ngā rōpū whakaora i tō tātou reo rangatira i ngā piki i ngā heke kua eke rātou hei toa o te ao Māori kei mate tarakihi tēnei reo, he reo kia tika he reo [...]

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Victoria University bridges the gap to the Great Wall of China

Victoria University bridges the gap to the Great Wall of China

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A new scholarship has been introduced to Victoria University, with the aim of helping students to better understand China. The James Bertram scholarships have been funded by businessman Rodney Jones and his wife Sanjini Jesudason, who hope to improve the relationship between New Zealand and Chinese students. “We want young New Zealanders to engage with [...]

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He aha hei kai mā te reo?

He aha hei kai mā te reo?

by / 26/07/10 / No Comments

E ngā pononga o te kī, e ngā ringawera a te kupu, nau mai ki te wiki nei e hāpai ana i tō tātou nei reo Māori – mā te reo e whāngai te tangata nāna nei i tākiri te kai a te rangatira ki runga i tana tēpu kōrero. He hiakai nō ō tātou [...]

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Activities Officer

Activities Officer

by / 26/07/10 / 1 Comment

Dear Victoria Students, I hope you all enjoyed Re-Orientation and caught up with your friends. Thanks to all those who attended VUWSA Speed Dating, Poker Night Round 1, gigs, and the movie night. Speed Dating take 2? I have got some people telling me to host another so if I get enough interested participants to [...]

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Law and Order for Māori Language Week

Law and Order for Māori Language Week

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Researchers and staff at Victoria University’s Law Faculty have recently completed two major works in the Legal Māori Project, just in time for Māori Language Week. The Legal Māori Corpus and the Legal Māori Lexicon form an unprecedented collection of Māori texts and legal terms which will be available for researchers to use. Project co-leader [...]

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