Taking a trip back through the ages, we tour through the Ngā Taonga archives and listen to some different types of famous Haka that were performed at significant moments, and have a kōrero about their importance at the time, and influence they have on the Haka we see today.
Rawiri Waititi is our kaikōrero on this hōtaka - joining us by phone to chat about the history, the area and the people of this large East Coast Iwi.
'Tūkapi Puriro' or 'Posessive Pronouns' - tāku, āku, tāu, āu etc - our hosts drill many examples of how ownerhsip structure works in Te Reo Māori.
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Hawaiki - the ancestral home of Māori and peoples of Te Moana Nui a Kiwa (islands of the pacific triangle). Where is it, why did they leave it and how? These are some of the questions we touch on in this kōrerorero.