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Te Ao o te Māori

When Max’s girlfriend Carley “busted out” her pepeha, it was the perfect motivation the young videographer needed to start learning his language. “It really inspired me that Carley, who isn’t Māori, could stand up and introduce herself in te reo and tell everyone her whakapapa,” says Max Tiweka, who is Ngāi Tahu on his mother’s side and Ngā Rauru on his father’s side. A year-and-a-half ago, Max started work as an intern at Ariki Creative, an Ōtautahi-based Māori creative studio specialising in digital and print media. It’s that career change Max credits as the beginning of his journey to learn about his Ngāi Tahutanga.

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Connecting iwi – a new way forward

As Hori Mataki reflects on how far he and the Digital Natives team have come in the development of IwiNet, he is excited about the potential technology has to connect every Māori with their whānau. “For us, it has always been about finding a way to use technology to overcome the sense of dislocation and…

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Bringing soul to the rebuild

In the wake of the 2011 earthquake, mana whenua Ngāi Tūāhuriri realised that one way to bring meaning to the destruction in central Christchurch was to get involved in the recovery process, and ensure that Ngāi Tūāhuriri/Ngāi Tahu identity is visible in the city.

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Rūnanga share educational resources

Representatives from eleven rūnanga met at Rāpaki Marae on Saturday, 30 May to share the educational resources they have developed as part of Te Mahere Mātauranga, a six-year partnership between Papatipu Rūnanga and the Ministry of Education. Aimed at strengthening rūnanga relationships with schools, the initiative has been a great success and project manager, Henare…

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