Posts Tagged ‘Southland’

Staying at Nohoanga

Nohoanga provides all Ngāi Tahu with an opportunity to experience the landscape as their tīpuna did, and to rekindle the traditional practices of gathering food and other natural resources. The term ‘nohoanga’ (literally meaning a place to sit) traditionally refers to the seasonal occupation sites which were an integral part of the mobile lifestyle of…

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27th September 2012
Posted under: Pānui

Ngāi Tahu youth on a hīkoi in Southland

Ngāi Tahu rangatahi (youth) from all over New Zealand will descend on Southland this weekend to take part in the first ‘Manawa Hou’, a four day hīkoi (journey) around local marae and culturally significant sites. The hīkoi is specially designed to introduce rangatahi to their history as well as provide an insight into their Ngāi…