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March 23, 2015

Tēna kōutou te iwi o Te Whare Wanaga o Wikitoria. Now that I have got your attention, let me just elaborate on what exactly the media are trying to convey here. Media are the ones who go in for the one dimensional perspective labelling te iwi Māori as all sorts: thieves, child beaters, spongers, druggies. […]

September 21, 2014

This week we have a few pānui: this is for all tauira to get involved.

September 7, 2014

Tēna kōutou te iwi o Te Whare Wananga o Wikitoria. Now that I have your attention… let me just elaborate on what exactly the media are trying to convey here.

August 18, 2014

A hāngi is a way of cooking food as done by Māori today and by their ancestors before them. Today, a hāngi is prepared for special occasions. Basically, it involves cooking in the ground, though you can use more modern methods and prepare a hāngi using special stainless-steel technology. Both produce mean kai!

August 3, 2014

Tānemahuta, the god of the forest, proceeded to the natural soils of Papatūānuku, and there he fashioned a human form, a figure from earth.

July 20, 2014

Have fun and outscore the opposition. Kioma score by touching pou(s) with the Ki (for potential points) then running the Ki through Te Roto and placing it down in Pawero to convert pou touches into points. Taniwha score by hitting the Tupu with the Ki; both teams attempt to stop the other team from scoring.

July 13, 2014

“I couldn’t possibly understand” are the words that were expressed from a former student that I sat next to in the paper MAOR123 (Tikanga and concepts).

June 1, 2014

Koinei tetahi kiriata ka whakamahana ana i te ngakau. Ki tā te tangata ko ngā kiriata kua waihanga a Walt Disney mō ngā tamariki nohinohi anake.

June 1, 2014

He moteatea tēnei kua whakatinana i tōku nei titiro ki te ao, mai i te titiro a tōku nei iwi o Ngāti Kahungunu.

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