TE KARAKA - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu



For Moewai Rauputi Marsh, the importance of connectivity with others, with the whenua, and with her whakapapa is what drives her in the creation of her art. Kaituhi Hannah Kerr caught up with her to discuss her art journey and her goals.

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Empowering whānau in business

It has been a challenging few years for the tourism industry, but now that borders are re-opening and there are less restrictions in place, businesses are excited and ready to welcome manuhiri back to our beautiful motu.

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I tipu mai au i te poho o tētahi whānau whāngai, he whānau Pākehā. Ahakoa he Pākehā, he mea nui ki tōku māmā whāngai ngā mātāpono tika pāpori, ā, e mōhio ana ia ki ētahi o ngā aituā, o ngā āhuatanga hē, o ngā āhuatanga kino anō, kua puta ki ngā iwi o Waikato. Nā Bronwyn Thurlow.

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Coming Home

The job with the long title, Assistant Governor/General Manager of Transformation, Innovation, People and Culture, is her position within the executive leadership team. The purpose of New Zealand’s central bank is Toitū te Ōhanga, Toitū te Oranga, or to promote the prosperity and wellbeing of New Zealanders and contribute to a sustainable and productive economy. For the past three years, Te Pūtea Matua has had a formal te ao Māori strategy, which is part of a holistic programme to modernise and transform the institution to be future-fit, stand tall and reflect New Zealand.

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