Posts Tagged ‘Rob Tipa’

A world history of Bluff

Ngāi Tahu historian Dr Michael Stevens believes his study of Bluff will reshape the way people think about the town’s place in the maritime world, New Zealand’s economic development, and race relations. Kaituhi Rob Tipa reports. Michael’s bonds with New Zealand’s southernmost com-mercial deepwater port date back six generations on two branches of his family, which…

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Tētēaweka prefers life on the wild side

Plants nā Rob Tipa Roaring Forties gales blast through the turbulenttidal shallows of Foveaux Strait, which separates Te Waipounamu from Rakiura. This is no place for the faint-hearted, and that goes for plants as much as the hardy southern souls who live and work here. The salt spray and frequent westerly gales are fierce enough…

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