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By Hayley White Reading time: 13 minutes Rukuhia te ata o te whakairo, Rukuhia te ata o te wānanga, Rukuhia te ata o te wharekura, Whano! Whano! Hari mai te toki! Haumi e, hui e, tāiki e! Delve deep into the image of carving, Delve deep into the essence of knowledge, Delve deep into the image...

By Hayley White Reading time: 9 minutes Ko Te Weraiti te māunga. My mountain is Te Weraiti. Ko Waihou te awa. My river is the Waihau. Ko Tainui te waka. My waka is Tainui. Ko Ngāti Raukawa te iwi. My tribe is Ngāti Raukawa. Ko Ngāti Hinerangi te hapū. My sub-tribe is Ngāti Hinerangi. Ko Tangata te...

By Amokura Panoho Reading time: 8 minutes Each year, on 6 February, Aotearoa/New Zealand celebrates Waitangi Day. A growing number of new migrants are actively participating in how our country celebrates, commemorates and congregates on this national day; a day that’s also an opportunity to learn more...

By Philippa Hadlow Reading time: 11 minutes Aboriginal Australians are one of the most ancient cultures and oldest continuous populations in the world. A genome extracted from a 100-year-old hair sample in Western Australia revealed that Aboriginals descended from a single human lineage who migrated from Africa to...