Issue 70 - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Issue 70

Hokia ki tō Mauka

Iaean says, “When I came back from Outward Bound, Craig and I had a bit of a brainstorm and decided Outward Bound was awesome, but it didn’t have that kaupapa Māori element, tikanga Māori, whakataukī, kīwaha, the stories of the place that give a sense of belonging.”

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The rise and rise of Sheldon Pitama

While there are no guarantees, Kelvin says Sheldon is doing everything he can to achieve that dream.
“Plenty of people have the athletic ability, but that’s not what it’s all about. It’s that desire, and he wants to succeed and win.”

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Indigenising the Corporation

Ngāi Tahu are seen as the ultimate post-settlement success story, but how much of that success is tied to our “corporate structure” and being the “good Māori?” In the eyes of most New Zealanders, our success comes from things we have borrowed from others, rather than from what makes us unique.

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Toi Iho
Ordre des Arts et des Lettres

When Fiona learned that there were several Māori casts in this collection, including those of her Ngāi Tahu ancestors, she knew she had to go to the museum to see the collection for herself. “It was a strange and difficult place, but that’s where you find the work. That’s where the taonga is.”

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