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Issue 20, 2019

Issue 20 – Te Ao Mārama

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  • Biophilic buildings— ‘The living pā’ complex

  • Te Panekiretanga o Te Reo Māori

  • Toitū te Whenua, Toitū te Tangata

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  • Sensing Hine

    There’s a woman that may come by now and again, a dark, gloomy, haunting figure—mysterious beyond words, but at the same time incredibly attractive. Her presence is often created by an emotional pull, a trigger that shoots a sharp lightning bolt through our tinana. The voltage weaves through every network, vein and tissue, setting off […]

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  • Sensing Hine

    There’s a woman that may come by now and again, a dark, gloomy, haunting figure—mysterious beyond words, but at the same time incredibly attractive. Her presence is often created by an emotional pull, a trigger that shoots a sharp lightning bolt through our tinana. The voltage weaves through every network, vein and tissue, setting off […]

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