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Taonga Pūoro or Singing Treasures
The first Polynesian settlers in Aotearoa were greeted by a noisy soundscape and a plethora of new materials for making musical instruments. Centuries later, the botanist Joseph Banks[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/1966/banks-sir-joseph] described the...Read more about " Taonga Pūoro or Singing Treasures"...
Waikato Taniwha rau, He piko he taniwha, he piko he taniwha, he piko he taniwha! Rangitahi Hanigan, 1948 - 2009, hailed from Ngāti Wairere and Ngāti Haua of the...Read more about "Rangitahi Hanigan"...
Life in Linkwater
John Collins did a bit of everything to make a living on his Cullensville[places/cullensville] hill country farm: milking cows, shearing sheep, mustering and mussel harvesting[sitetree_link,id=670]. Linkwater JC Cemetary 7376 John Collins...Read more about "Life in Linkwater"...
Kōkōwai (red ochre), obtained from clays rich in iron and aluminium silicates, was highly prized by Māori; depending on chemical composition, reds, oranges, yellows and browns were produced. Onekaka...Read more about "Kokowai"...
The Taranaki Refugees
The Taranaki War of 1860 had a lasting legacy for both Maori and Pakeha communities in Taranaki and Te Tau Ihu. The impact of the war on Taranaki Maori[te-tau-ihu-maori-and-the-taranaki-wars/]...Read more about "The Taranaki Refugees"...
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