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Matariki resource list Matariki resource list

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About Matariki / Māori New Year and Te Kātao a Matariki: The Water Stars of Matariki - selected picture books, astronomy, and web resources.
About Matariki / Māori New Year and Te Kātao a Matariki: The Water Stars of Matariki - selected picture books, astronomy, and web resources.

Māori Contribution to WWI Māori Contribution to WWI

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A list highlighting resources about the Māori contribution to WWI, with something for everybody - images, audio, video and more.
A list highlighting resources about the Māori contribution to WWI, with something for everybody - images, audio, video and more.

Podcast - Indigenous women in leadership Podcast - Indigenous women in leadership

The latest episode from Speak up - Kōrerotia featuring local women talking on the topic of leadership, with recommended reading.
The latest episode from Speak up - Kōrerotia featuring local women talking on the topic of leadership, with recommended reading.

Tī Kōuka Whenua Tī Kōuka Whenua

Explore the vibrant past of Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region that extends back many hundreds of years before 1850.
Explore the vibrant past of Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region that extends back many hundreds of years before 1850.

Writing awards & scholarships for Māori Writing awards & scholarships for Māori

Applications are closing soon for the Pikihuia Awards and the Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarships.
Applications are closing soon for the Pikihuia Awards and the Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarships.

Te Whata Raki Te Whata Raki

Come and discover our online world Te Whata Raki. It is now in Google Play store as an app, as well as for iPad 2+.
Come and discover our online world Te Whata Raki. It is now in Google Play store as an app, as well as for iPad 2+.

Māori performing arts and Te Matatini Māori performing arts and Te Matatini

It's one of the biggest events on the National Māori calendar. Learn more about Te Matatini.
It's one of the biggest events on the National Māori calendar. Learn more about Te Matatini.

Wai 262 Resources Wai 262 Resources

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Learn about Wai 262, the Treaty claim otherwise known as the indigenous flora & fauna claim or Māori cultural intellectual property claim.
Learn about Wai 262, the Treaty claim otherwise known as the indigenous flora & fauna claim or Māori cultural intellectual property claim.

Recommended reading: Te Matatini Recommended reading: Te Matatini

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Te Matatini is the biennial national kapa haka event. We list kapa haka resources.
Te Matatini is the biennial national kapa haka event. We list kapa haka resources.

Living by the moon by Wiremu Tāwhai Living by the moon by Wiremu Tāwhai

Maatakiwi reviews a book about traditional Māori knowledge and the lunar calendar.
Maatakiwi reviews a book about traditional Māori knowledge and the lunar calendar.

Parihaka - Christchurch City Libraries Parihaka - Christchurch City Libraries

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A collection of resources exploring the Crown's invasion of Parihaka Pā, a non-violent settlement in Taranaki, on 5th of November 1881.
A collection of resources exploring the Crown's invasion of Parihaka Pā, a non-violent settlement in Taranaki, on 5th of November 1881.

Prisoners from Parihaka in Christchurch Prisoners from Parihaka in Christchurch

By Moata
After the invasion of Parihaka, 5 November 1881, Māori leaders Te Whiti and Tohu were imprisoned in Addington Gaol.
After the invasion of Parihaka, 5 November 1881, Māori leaders Te Whiti and Tohu were imprisoned in Addington Gaol.

Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards 2016 Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards 2016

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Winners have been announced in the annual celebration of excellence in Māori writing and publishing.
Winners have been announced in the annual celebration of excellence in Māori writing and publishing.
Ākina te reo - support the language

Te Rerenga Kōrero o Te Wiki Te Rerenga Kōrero o Te Wiki

Every week we share a supportive phrase in te reo Māori that can be used in sport (and daily life).
Every week we share a supportive phrase in te reo Māori that can be used in sport (and daily life).

Haere rā Peter Gossage Haere rā Peter Gossage

Haere rā to writer and illustrator Peter Gossage. He was renowned for retelling the myths of Aotearoa in a simple and striking way.
Haere rā to writer and illustrator Peter Gossage. He was renowned for retelling the myths of Aotearoa in a simple and striking way.

The Dead Lands: Making a movie in te reo The Dead Lands: Making a movie in te reo

By Moata
We talk to director Toa Fraser about his 2014 Māori martial arts film, The Dead Lands and what it's like making a movie completely in Māori.
We talk to director Toa Fraser about his 2014 Māori martial arts film, The Dead Lands and what it's like making a movie completely in Māori.
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