Mauri Hauora Walk Talk 4, by Olly Ohlson
One of the messages contained in the poutama tukutuku is ‘no matter how much we learn, there is more to learn’ – I love that. It’s obvious that our wise ancestors communicated on many levels through oral as well as simple arts & craft forms so that stories were phrased and told in ...Continue Reading...
In 2014 I would like to see a government that listens to its people by Tiki Taane
In 2014 I would like to see a government that listens to its people. A government that puts its people first as its most valuable asset. I’d like to be able to say that I’m proud of my government & prime minister, and trust that they have our best interests at heart with no ...Continue Reading...
Waitangi Day #TeArawaWaka2013
Akinaakina! Hii! Akinaakina! Hii! Such was the powerful call from the Kaihautu (leader) of Te Arawa waka Paora Te Hurihanganui, as he and the crew made its way fromHaruru Falls toward the shores of Waitangi. February 6th 2013, Waitangi Day was an amazing day for Te Arawa. Months earlier, a ...Continue Reading...
“Lily of the Mohawks” becomes first indigenous North American saint
(CTV, Canada) An indigenous woman who is credited with life-saving miracles was canonized Sunday, becoming Canada’s first aboriginal person to become a saint. Kateri Tekakwitha, a Mohawk woman, was among the seven saints canonized by Pope Benedict XVI in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, as ...Continue Reading...
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