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By Hayley White Reading time: 13 minutes As a culture with Polynesian roots, Māori once travelled the seas like any other. Great seamen, they would travel all day in their extraordinary waka and use the stars to guide their way at night. Ngā waka are large water vessels...

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 Alina Suchanski Reading time: 11 minutes New Zealand is a country of migrants – from Māori ancestors arriving in their waka, to early Europeans and modern-day immigrants who continue to arrive from different corners of the world. But while migrants make the choice to emigrate, there...