Issue 57 - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Issue 57

Kahuru/Autumn 2013 | 57

Hei Mahi Māra
An attitude of gratitude

Recent research by the University of Otago found that eating more fruit and vegetables may make young people calmer, happier and more energetic in their daily life. This is a great start in understanding the link between nutrition and moods, and hopefully, ultimately health.

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He Whakaaro
Time waits for no one

More payments may be made as the relativity mechanisms allow a further claim to be made in five years’ time.
Since the Waitangi Tribunal began operating in 1975, around 34 Treaty settlements have been completed, several more are in the pipeline and a recent book Treaty of Waitangi Settlements by Nicola R Wheen and Janine Hayward and published by Bridget Williams Books says that there may be as many as 60 more to come.

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There are many ‘tā moko, tatau, tattoo’ books on the market that focus predominately on the finished artwork or its kaupapa, but few, if any, focus on the tattooist or kaitā who produce these works of art. It is refreshing to pick up a book solely dedicated to showcasing some of New Zealand’s leading skin artists.

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