Issue 58 - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Issue 58

Makariri/Winter 2013 | 58

From the Editor

From the Editor, Mark Revington.
The anecdote I like best about Mark Solomon’s knighthood is one he told about initially balking at the honour and being told to ‘pull his head in’. It wasn’t for him, it was for the tribe, he was firmly told and it was his job to get up there to Wellington and receive the honour on behalf of the tribe.

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From the CEO

Chief Executive Officer, Arihia Bennet.
At Hui-ā-Iwi in November last year, kaumātua were treated to a delightful High Tea event hosted by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu. Among the waiters was the kaiwhakahaere who donned an apron and displayed skills in tea pouring that could have landed him a job at The Ritz.

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He Kōrerorero
An owl in the apple tree

I have been fascinated by owls since childhood.
As someone who couldn’t see normally (I was legally blind for a long time), I loved the idea of a silent night-see-er that also knew its way round by sound… and, was silent in flying…

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