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He Aitua – Betty Rickus

Haruru ana ngā tai I te Ara a Kiwa Karekare ana i te ao Karekare ana i te pō Ko Takutai o te tītī tērā Kua parekawatia mōhou e taua Ko whakaō koe i te karanga A Tahu Kumea, a Tahu Whakairo E te whatukura o Takaroa Takahia atu rā te ara whānui o Tāne…

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Three weeks in Te Rua o te Moko

Nā Nic Low. The morning was hot, but Auntie Jane Davis and three other Ōraka-Aparima tāua, Betty Rickus, Vera Gleeson, and Rangimaria Suddaby, walked the beach wrapped head to foot as if battling a blizzard. Which they were: a blizzard of namunamu. Each fought off their own personal storm cloud of sandflies as they scanned…

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Ahakoa He Iti, He Pounamu
Tūtaepatu Lagoon

In little over two years, Tūtaepatu Lagoon, near Woodend has changed from a weed-choked waterway to an inspiring example of ecological restoration. As a key part of the larger Tūhaitara Coastal Park, which was established as an outcome of the Ngāi Tahu Settlement with the Crown, it preserves Ngāi Tahu values, retains and enhances the rare, indigenous biodiversity while providing recreational and educational opportunities for everyone.

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