Issue 92 - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Issue 92

A Forward Pass on Understanding

From professional rugby to parenthood, author of children’s books to the owner of a wellness centre franchise, if there is anything former Māori All Black and Crusader Tim Bateman has taken from his diverse career to date it’s the power of understanding. 

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Pāua to the People

The fight here in Puketeraki isn’t about “Iwi vs Kiwi”. It isn’t about controlling the fishery. It’s about restoration and rebuilding the mauri of this area so pāua can flourish and it’s about ensuring that our mokopuna, and their mokopuna can have access to pāua and learn about mahika kai

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Indigenising the Landscape

Te Ari Prendergast started his career as a Toi Waihanga working on the biggest urban design project in the history of Aotearoa: reimagining and rebuilding the city of Ōtautahi after the 2011 earthquake. Te Ari talks to kaituhi Ila Couch about his mahi, his mentors, and why he wants us to imagine a marae on Mars.

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One Hundred Years Young

It isn’t often that one gets to spend time with a centuarian, especially one with as much zest for life as Pamela Jungersen (née Hislop)

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