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Issue 58

Makariri/Winter 2013 | 58

He Kōrero Pākahi
Tīwai, Southland’s economic anchor?

If you take a back road into Dunedin, via Waitati, over the hill and into Port Chalmers, you may notice an old farm shed overlooking the harbour. The shed itself is rather nondescript; corrugated iron with a slight coating of rust. But painted along the shed are the words: “Aramoana, save it”, preceded by an arrow sign (pointing towards the village of Aramoana).

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Ngā Take Pūtea
Add it up

If you watch TV you can’t have missed those talking letterbox adverts about home insurance. Next time that ad comes on, don’t mute the TV or switch channels. Watch. This information is really important for your whānau.

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He Tangata
Peter Burger

Peter Meteherangi Tikao Burger (Ngāi Tahu, Rangitāne) is a film and television director living in Auckland (where the work is). Peter moved into drama after seven or eight years making television commercials.

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