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Posts Tagged ‘ Maori culture ’

Hawaiian group feel right at home in NZ

May 4th, 2015 | By | Category: Arts/Entertainment, Editor's Picks, Front Page Layout, Latest News, Most Popular, News

Pūpūkahi I Ke Alo O Nā Pua were hosted at Maraeroa Marae in Porirua and performed at Te Papa.



Sharing Maori culture through the song and dance of kapa haka

May 14th, 2013 | By | Category: Arts/Entertainment, Editor's Picks, Featured Article, Features, Front Page Layout

Many people have found that the way to Maori culture’s heart is through its song and dance. NATASHA THYNE reports.



Kiwis return from Oz for job and health security

Mar 18th, 2013 | By | Category: Front Page Layout, Latest News

Job security and health are two reasons why Kiwis who are not Australian citizens return to New Zealand



Passing on the passion for te Reo Māori

Jul 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Latest News, News

New te Reo classes open to all in Māori language week.



Desire for culture prompts many Māori to reconnect

Mar 27th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured Article, Features, Front Page Layout, Student Features

Maori who feel isolated from their culture are increasingly finding ways to reconnect with it, reports KATIE MCALISTER.



Majority of people think no risk of haka being over-used

Sep 26th, 2011 | By | Category: Featured Article, Front Page Layout, News, Sport

Wellingtonians say it is an important part of New Zealand and Maori culture and something to be celebrated.

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Sculptor Brett Keno finds his Maori culture and sets it in stone

Apr 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Featured Article, Features, Front Page Layout, Student Features

Brett Tutauanui Keno discovers sculpting and his Maori heritage later in life and finds a blend between the two, writes ANITA DE MUTH.



Whakapapa, tikanga, whanau – that’s what Maori rugby is all about

Apr 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Featured Article, Features, Front Page Layout, Sport, Student Features

As Maori rugby prepares to celebrate 100 years, LEE STACE explores what is being done to grow Maori participation in rugby and what Maori players learn from the experience.