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31st March 2019
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Commercial Fishing – differing perspectives

…boat from a historic Ngāi Tahu fishing base at Ōtākou on Otago Harbour. For Michelle, who looks after the compliance and regulations side of the business, fishing runs in her…

5th October 2017
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Otago Harbour Ōtākou was the name for a channel that ran down the eastern (southern) side of the Otago Harbour from the mouth to Harwood Point, past the whaling station…

6th October 2015
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Fortune favours the brave

…Ōtākou, where he had tribal links with his Te Ātiawa iwi. Initially he worked as a coxswain on the pilot boat on Otago Harbour, until he and a few others…

4th March 2016
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Toitū Tauraka Waka recognised as Wāhi Tūpuna

Otago harbour at the time of colonial settlement in the Otago region. Situated beside the Toitū Creek as it emptied into the harbour, the tauraka waka site provided a softly…

3rd July 2013
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He Kōrero Pākahi
Tīwai, Southland’s economic anchor?

…sign (pointing towards the village of Aramoana). The sign refers to a 1970s public campaign that resisted the establishment of an aluminium smelter at the entrance to Otago Harbour. The…

30th June 2013


Te Rūnanga o Ōtākou Ōtākou Runaka is near the end of Otago Peninsula, Dunedin. Traditionally, the Otago Harbour has been of significant importance as a food source for the Ōtākou…

31st March 2017
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Kā Whare Māori ki Awarua: Bluff’s “Māori Houses”

…Deverell, Walter, ca 1853-1920: The Bluff. [ca 1900]. Ref: E-203-q-005. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. Awarua, or Bluff Harbour, was a site of cross-cultural encounter from at least as…

18th July 2014
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From the editor

…forest management through independent third party forest certification. FRONT COVER The image of Haunui Waka slipping into the Otago Harbour past Taiaroa Head at dawn was taken by Katherine Greer….

23rd December 2015
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A third generation tangata tiaki

…University of Otago, and finally a Master of Science in Zoology, where he reseeded pāua in the East Otago Taiāpure. Tasman says his postgraduate study took a little longer to…

11th July 2023
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Takaraha – An endangered taonga

…the world and is a taonga species for Ngāi Tahu. The northern population inhabits whenua on the south-east shores of Te Pātaka-a-Rākaihautū, Moeraki, Ōtākou, Waikawa Harbour in the rohe of…