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05/01/2022: ANGA WHAKAMUA - BILL WILSON

Submitted by admin2 on Wed, 05/01/2022 - 5:23pm

Bill Wilson | Ngāti Kahu

Papa Bill, older brother to Whaea Patricia looks back at the affects that Tuberculosis had on his immediate family with the passing of his late father.

Papa Bill shares how his father was in the Army and when he was examined for overseas service they found he had Tuberculosis. This resulted in him being in an institution in Hawkes Bay for two years with no cure available.

05/01/2022: KAIMAUMAU-WAIHARARA FIRE UPDATE

Submitted by admin2 on Wed, 05/01/2022 - 9:34am

Good morning everyone, today is day 19 of the firefighting effort at the Waiharara wildfire. Here is an update of what the team is up to today.

Today, there are 55 firefighters, six dozers and diggers, and four helicopters working to ensure the 2400-hectare fire doesn’t escape its containment lines.

Fire crews will be covering the priority areas on all four flanks of the fire.

04/01/2022: ANGA WHAKAMUA - REUBEN MURRAY

Submitted by admin2 on Tue, 04/01/2022 - 5:13pm

Reuben Murray | Te Aupōuri

Pāpā Rupene Mare is a prominent kaumātua of Te Aupōuri, Ngāti Kurī. Ko Pāpā Rupene Mare tēnei e kōrero mō wāna tini maharatanga ki ngā mate o mua rā. He hokinga mahara ki tōna whakatupuranga, ki te “Native school” me ngā mahi a te nēhi e whoatu ana i ngā rongoā ki tēnā ki tēnā. Ka hoki ngā mahara ki ngā kōrero me ngā mahi a tōna tuakana, nāna i kite ngā āhuaranga o te mate kohi. E tino whakapono ana a pāpā Rupene ki te hononga o te pakari o te tinana ki te pakari o te hinengaro.

03/01/2022: ANGA WHAKAMUA - RANIERA MCGRATH

Submitted by admin2 on Mon, 03/01/2022 - 12:00am

Raniera McGrath | Te Rarawa, Ngāti Hine

Raniera McGrath, a Tā Moko artists, pāpā and proud Te Tai Tokerau uri played a pivotal role in the Anga Whakamua kaupapa.

As the researcher and Pou Tikanga, he was dedicated to gathering the kōrero and spent many hours interviewing the kaumatua and kaikōrero who shared their stories and experiences.

There were many golden moments for Raniera and he speaks of the power of this kaupapa, where we look back into the past to help us navigate into the future.

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