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Te Matatini to be held in Christchurch 2015 #KapaHaka ...

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The biannual Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival, where elite kapa haka performers from around New Zealand and Australia come together to compete, will be held in Christchurch in 2015. Christchurch won its bid to ...

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Korero Maori

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This is a good language site for anyone interested in learning the Māori language. See pronunciation and listen to audio files.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Languages%2C+Culture+%26+International+Projects


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Te Matatini | About Us - Our Kaupapa

Te Matatini Society Incorporated, the national body for Maori Performing Arts for Aotearoa.

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The national body for Mäori Performing Arts

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epic / Homepage - Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI)

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Available Te Reo Mäori worksheets and resources

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Log in to EPIC through Moodle to have access to many online Encyclopaedias and full text articles.On Discovery Collection you can find a Newspaper article sent to London about the event of Bloody Sunday. See the login details on the Moddle page or ask a librarian for help.

 

World History in Context is another databse in the EPIC group and a great place to find resources.

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Haumia Tiketike, Haumia

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Haumia Tiketike, the son of Rangi and Papa, is the god of uncultivated food, i.e. wild berries and roots, wild plant, and fernroot, a staple food of the Māori; the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealando.

 

Haumia contrasts with his brother Rongo, the god of the kūmara and all cultivated plants...

 

Haumia agreed to the forced separation of his parents. Because of this he was subjected to the fury of his brother Tāwhirimātea, god of winds and storms, who would have killed him if their mother had not hidden him in her body, that is, in the ground. While he escaped from Tāwhirimātea, he was later discovered by Tū, god of war, who saw Haumia's hair sticking up out of the earth...

 

Haumia is particularly associated with fernroot or aruhe, the starchy rhizome of the bracken fern Pteridium esculentum, which formed a major element of the Māori diet in former times...

 

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a visual image of the seperation of Rangi and Papa by son Täne

 

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maori.org.nz Main Maori Site on the Net!

The Main Maori Site written by Maori. Covers Maori culture, history, traditions, iwi, kapa haka, performing arts ( kapa haka), carving, tattooing, genealogy (whakapapa) and more.

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A sight that covers history, culture, heritage, origin and more...

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Te Matatini: Celebrating our cultural renaissance - Post Opinion ...

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There is a bit of excitement in our communities at the moment in the lead up to the premier kapa haka competition here in Aotearoa. Te Matatini, the National Maori Performing Arts Festival is held every two years and it is a ...

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