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Tonga Kiriau 3rd Maori Contingent (Rarotongan) Teanini Kiriau, Vaine (wife), Aratiu, Rarotonga, Cook Islands, Pacific Islands 60767 Tonga Kiriau ...

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David Loma Maori Reinforcements 7th Reinforcements Mafu (father), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 20669 David Loma ...

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George Tuinukuafe 3rd Maori Contingent (Rarotongan) John Tuinukuafe (father), Vavau, Tonga, Pacific Islands 60798 George Tuinukuafe ...

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Adolph Muller 5th Maori Contingent Miki Muller (brother), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 16/1538 Adolph Muller ...

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James Silva 5th Maori Contingent Mrs Silva (wife), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 16/1541 James Silva ...

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Sateki Faletau Maori Reinforcements 9th Reinforcements John Faletau (father), Niua-fu, Tonga, Pacific Islands 20799 Sateki Faletau ...

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William Robert Moore Maori Reinforcements 8th Reinforcements Thomas Moore (father), Tonga, Pacific Islands 20753 William Robert Moore ...

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101 John Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand Manoel Mrs W. Santos (wife), Nukalofa, Tonga Private 26146 Santos Manoel Santos ...

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John Harper Maori Reinforcements 7th Reinforcements Mrs Emily Harper (mother), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 20618 John Harper ...

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Parker Skeen 5th Maori Contingent Mrs W. Tarr (sister), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 16/1539 Parker Skeen ...

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Charles William Boyer 4th Maori Contingent A. Rounds (friend), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 16/1374 Charles William Boyer ...

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Guy Robert Jury 5th Maori Contingent Mrs Jury (mother), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 16/1540 Guy Robert Jury ...

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Ohinemutu, Rotorua, New Zealand Joseph Pera Mrs Hene Tonga Rogers (mother), Punakitere, North Auckland, New Zealand Private 26019 Rogers Joseph Pera Rogers ...

Architectural style, construction & materials

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J. and A. Wilson, with a builder's yard and stonecutter's shed set up next door on Stout Street. The building contains many materials: a steel-rivet structural frame, reinforced concrete foundations and floors, pressed brick and Tonga Bay granite exterior walls, timber-framed interior ...

The trawler Ata enters Oamaru, 1974

The trawler Ata enters Oamaru, 1974

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In 1973–4, in its dying days as a port, Oamaru briefly exported frozen meat to Tonga. This image shows Warner Pacific’s Ata, a 67-ton trawler, entering the port on 30 January 1974. Gavin McLean shipping oamaru ...

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Narrow Neck Camp, New Zealand Alexander Mrs Christina Leger (wife), Nukulofa, Tonga Alexander's cousin Victor Emanuel Leger also served with the Maori Battalion. Private 26514 Leger Alexander Leger ...

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John, Sione Jione PALESTINE Taliauli 3rd Maori Contingent, Maori Reinforcements Rarotongans, attached A Company, 12th Reinforcements New Zealand (Maori) Pioneer Battalion, Rarotongan Contingent Malkai Tukuafu (brother), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands Corporal 16/1335 Jione ...

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C/o Spedding Limited, Anzac Avenue, Auckland, New Zealand Vailima Joseph|Joseph Valima|Joe Vailima Mrs Salote Tauaika (mother), Nuku'alofa, Tonga Family confirm he served with B Company. 27 Prosford Street, Ponsonby, Auckland Private 26147 Meanata Vailima Meanata ...

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Baisley AUCKLAND Leger 129 Wellington Street, Auckland, New Zealand 3rd Maori Contingent, Maori Reinforcements Rarotongans, Attached B Company, 9th Reinforcements New Zealand (Maori) Pioneer Battalion J. Leger (father), Nuku'alofa, Tonga, Pacific Islands 16/1315 Baisley Leger ...

Leger brothers

Leger brothers

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Francis Leger The Leger brothers came to New Zealand from Tonga and enlisted for service in 1915. They were sent to join the Niueans and Cook Islanders already in training and sailed with them in February 1916 as part of the 3rd Maori Reinforcements. They served in Egypt and France before returning to New ...

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This is taken from The Maori Battalion returns to Tamaki Makaurau, 30th National Reunion, March 2010.Manoel SantosReg. No. 26146A CoyManoel Santos was born in Kokofo’ou, Tonga on 2 January 1915 to Joachim Santos who was ...

Dawn Raids Apology: A Personal Journey

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history” – the Dawn Raids.  “Jacinda – the vā could be better” HRH Princess Mele Siu’likutapu Kalaniuvalu Fotofili says in between her tears and laughter. She is the face of Tonga. And Lapaha – the village my parents left half a century ago to live as a diasporic Pacific peoples in a new fonua (land). ...

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Zealand and passed away in 1977.Mango and Te Rakaherea are Ngāti Toa and Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga. Courtesy of Erna Rangipikia Somers (nee Winterburn). Mango and Te Rakaherea Hakaraia, Ōtaki beach Mango and Te Rakaherea Hakaraia, Ōtaki beach ...

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Zealand and passed away in 1977.Mango and Te Rakaherea are Ngāti Toa and Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga. Courtesy of Erna Rangipikia Somers (nee Winterburn). Mango and Te Rakaherea Hakaraia, Ōtaki beach Mango and Te Rakaherea Hakaraia, Ōtaki beach ...

Exhibition celebrating artist Robin White set to open at Te Papa and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

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beyond me,” says White. A project of national importance, Te Whanaketanga | Something is Happening Here builds on over a decade of research by art historian and writer Jill Trevelyan and the exhibition’s co-curators Dr Nina Tonga, Curator Contemporary Art at Te Papa, and Dr Sarah Farrar, Head of ...

Arts Council appoints Deputy Chair and welcomes new members

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Creative New Zealand media release. Following appointments by the Minister for Arts, Culture & Heritage, Hon Carmel Sepuloni, the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa (Creative New Zealand’s governing board) is delighted to welcome new members: artist and curator Ane Tonga and experienced ...

Rangitoto ki te Tonga, 11 May 1840

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After collecting signatures on the Cook Strait (Henry Williams) copy of the Treaty of Waitangi in Queen Charlotte Sound, Henry Williams, on board the schooner Ariel, headed further west. He stopped at Rangitoto ki te Tonga (D’Urville Island) on 11 May 1840 and gathered 13 signatures there. The ...

New Zealand in the Pacific

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Germany and the United States. In 1900, his carefully staged ‘health cruise’ around the Pacific sought evidence to persuade the Colonial Office that the inhabitants of the Cook Islands, Niue, Fiji and Tonga desired New Zealand annexation. Seddon’s efforts seemed rewarded when, in 1901, Britain allowed New ...

Jeanie Wallis

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Christchurch with her family in 1862 and she married Rev James Waterhouse Wallis, a Wesleyan Missionary, on 6 September 1867 at Blenheim. They worked in Tonga and Samoa before they returned to New Zealand due to James’ health. They lived in Auckland then in Christchurch where James was editor of the New ...

Creative New Zealand

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(September 2022) John Ong (September 2022) Robyn Hunt (November 2023) Kura Moeahu (November 2023) Ane Tonga (November 2024) Hilary Poole (November 2024) Related links Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Act 2014 Creative New Zealand website Ministry for Culture and Heritage annual reports Ministry for ...

Coastwatching headquarters at Nukufetau, Ellice Islands, 1941

Coastwatching headquarters at Nukufetau, Ellice Islands, 1941

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Kermadecs. They extended south into the sub-antarctic Campbell and Auckland islands, and north to Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, the Cook Islands, Tokelau, Pitcairn and Norfolk islands. Coastwatchers were also placed north of the equator on Fanning Island and in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands (now Kiribati and Tuvalu). ...

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Rewi MacDonald was born on 1 February 1918 in Blenheim.He was the son of Hoani MacDonald from Rangitāne ki Wairau and Marie Christine (nee Sciascia) from Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga and Trani, Italy.  At the age of 21 on 3rd November 1939 Rewi enlisted.  He left for war on 8th ...

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Private Francis LegerThe Leger brothers came to New Zealand from Tonga and enlisted for service in 1915. They were sent to join the Niueans and Cook Islanders already in training and sailed with them in February 1916 as part of the 3rd Maori Reinforcements. They served in Egypt and France before ...

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Rewi MacDonald was born on 1 February 1918 in Blenheim.He was the son of Hoani MacDonald from Rangitāne ki Wairau and Marie Christine (nee Sciascia) from Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga and Trani, Italy.  At the age of 21 on 3rd November 1939 Rewi enlisted.  He left for war on 8th ...

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Private Francis LegerThe Leger brothers came to New Zealand from Tonga and enlisted for service in 1915. They were sent to join the Niueans and Cook Islanders already in training and sailed with them in February 1916 as part of the 3rd Maori Reinforcements. They served in Egypt and France before ...

New partnership with MFAT will invest half a million in Pasifika artists

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filmed in Tonga (March 2022); Nonga Pulu & Joshua Savieti in Tongatapu, produced by Tikilounge Productions NZ, courtesy of Creative New Zealand. “We’re thrilled that MFAT sees the value that arts and culture can play in building stronger relationships and knowledge-sharing between Aotearoa New ...

Half-masting the New Zealand Flag occasions

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Samuela ‘Akilisi Pohiva, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tonga Thursday 19 September   To mark the funeral   2019   Friday 15 March to Friday 29 March   As a mark of mourning and respect for the victims of the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre terror attacks   2018 HE Mr Tran Dai Quang, President ...

Te Rauparaha

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Ko tētahi ingoa anō mō Te Rauparaha ko te Naporiana o te Tonga. Ko tēnei rangatira nō Ngāti Toa i ārahi i ngā iwi i Te Upoko o te Ika tata ki te 20 tau. Known as the ‘Napoleon of the South’, this formidable Ngāti Toa leader ruled the lower part of the North Island from his base on Kapiti Island ...

Background

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The Samoan archipelago, located in the south-west of the Pacific Ocean, comprises six main islands, two atolls, and numerous smaller islets. Its closest neighbours, the northern islands of the Tonga group, are 210 km to the south-west. In the late 19th century the Samoan islands became highly ...

Pāora Tūhaere? Pāora Te Putu?

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tahuritanga ake ki te kopaenga whare; Tahuna mai e tama ki te ahi taraiti; Ka muri aroha au, te tonga o te ra, Te rerenga ki te rua, mawai ano e tapapa? Whakaopeope ai te rere mai o te ao; Mawai au e kawe nga tumu kei Otaki? Te kakau tango rua nahau nei e Puke. Kei te muri koe Pene, nana rawa i tuatahi. Nana ...

Anzac Day in the Pacific

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annually in Apia, supported by the New Zealand Administrator (usually an ex-army officer). Anzac Day later became a national holiday in Samoa but this was ended in 2008 in an effort to reduce the number of public holidays. Anzac Day is also commemorated in Tonga, while in Fiji Armistice Day was chosen for ...

Te Karamū Kahukoti

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Kahukoti had sung at the uhunga (funeral) of Pāora Te Putu: Kaore te po nei te mauru te hau, Te tahuritanga ake ki te kopaenga whare; Tahuna mai e tama ki te ahi taraiti; Ka muri aroha au, te tonga o te ra, Te rerenga ki te rua, mawai ano e tapapa? Whakaopeope ai te rere mai o te ao; Mawai au e kawe nga ...

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played a prominent part in the work of Moral Rearmament and in recent years took part in MRA missions to India and South-East Asia, Brazil, Tonga and Europe.He is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter. New Zealand Major 16 Harawira Te Kao, North Auckland, New Zealand, ...

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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As an agent for the CWGC, the Ministry inspects the graves every three years and arranges for their cleaning and repair when needed.  We also look after Commonwealth graves and memorials to the missing in New Caledonia, Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu and the Society Islands. ...

The best medicine – three local comedy productions set to bring laughter to Aotearoa audiences

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returning to the stage, as well as introducing audiences to new up-and-coming local comic talent.   Dox  is based on the true story of two Tongan rugby fans who convinced their community to form a brass band to secure front-row seats to the 2011 Tonga vs France Rugby World Cup game. As their plan unravels, ...

Troop repatriation

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Samoa and the Chathams at state expense. Men from other Pacific islands, notably Fiji, Tonga, and the Gilbert and Ellice Islands, had also served in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (NZEF). Proposals that the New Zealand government pay for their return home would be considered ‘upon their individual ...

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e hineKahore he arohaKei roto i ahauTakawiri ana e Ko to mai te marinoWaho o te moanaKei roto i ahauE ngarungaru ana e Ma te Hau Tonga raMau atu te arohaMa te Hau AuruE whakahoki mai e Kore au e paiKi te ...

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e hineKahore he arohaKei roto i ahauTakawiri ana e Ko to mai te marinoWaho o te moanaKei roto i ahauE ngarungaru ana e Ma te Hau Tonga raMau atu te arohaMa te Hau AuruE whakahoki mai e Kore au e paiKi te ...

Aftermath of WW1 in the South Pacific

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New Zealand authorities. Individual men from Tonga, Samoa, Tahiti, Fiji and the Gilbert and Ellice Islands had also enlisted in New Zealand, and some had served overseas. (There was no recruitment of native Samoans in German Samoa, which remained an enemy territory under New Zealand military ...

Publications initiative beneficiaries

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Horowhenua Chronicle Horowhenua Mail Hospitality Business New Zealand Hotel Howick and Pakuranga Times Hutt News Idealog Images Magazine In Your Backyard Indian Newslink Industrial Safety News Inside Tourism iStart Junction Magazine JUNO Investing Magazine Kaikoura Star Kaipara Lifestyler Kakalu o Tonga ...

Matiaha Tiramōrehu

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kōrero i taotū a Tiramōrehu. Whai muri iho ka noho ia ki tētahi teihana patu tohorā i Moeraki i te tonga. I te tau 1843 ka kuhu ia ki te Hāhi Wēteriana. I te tau 1848 koia tērā ko Tiramōrehu i whai wāhi ki te hokonga o ngā whenua o Waitaha – e 20 miriona eka (e 8 miriona heketea) te rahi. Nō muri ka ...

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Zealand: 19421942-43: Brigade Major, Fortress WellingtonMay 1943-June 1944: Tonga, Solomon Islands1944: Returned to NZ1944-47: various duties, Auckland1947: Posted to Japan, General Staff Officer, Grade 2, HQ B.C.O.F.December 1948: returned NZ1949: placed on ...

Te Keepa Te Rangihiwinui

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Apa, o Whanganui. I whānau mai ia i ngā tau tōmua o te tekau tau atu i 1820, i te wā o te riri, o te hiki a ngā iwi pēnei i a Ngāti Toa, a Ngāti Raukawa, a Te Ātiawa ki te tonga. I te tau 1848 i whai wāhi ia ki te hokonga o te poraka ki Wanganui, nō muri ka uru ia ki ngā Pirihimana Mau Pū. Kia tae ki ...

Slave trader competes in Wellington Anniversary Regatta

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Grecian set sail for Peru. Trading in Pacific workers had been banned by the time the ‘Atans were offloaded in Callao. Many contracted smallpox while cooped up in a warehouse waiting for a ship home. It is unclear if any of them ever returned to Tonga. The remaining inhabitants of ‘Ata were evacuated to ...

Government offers formal apology for Dawn Raids

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in academic and vocational scholarships to be available to Pacific communities. $1 million in Manaaki New Zealand Short Term Scholarship Training Courses for delegates from Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Fiji. It will also be providing resources that are available to schools and kura who choose to teach ...

Pacific voyaging and discovery

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Guinea and the Solomon Islands further into the Pacific.  Great skill and courage was needed to sail across vast stretches of open sea. Between 1100 and 800 BCE these voyagers spread to Fiji and West Polynesia, including Tonga and Samoa. Around 1000 years ago people began to inhabit the central East ...

All Blacks win their second World Cup

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coached the ill-fated 2007 All Blacks. All four pool matches, including one against France, were won easily, and Argentina and Australia were despatched in knock-out matches. France somehow made it to the final, despite losing to Tonga, amid reports that the players had in effect sacked coach Marc ...

NZ On Air, Screen Australia and TikTok announce recipients of Every Voice initiative

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Hakaraia (Ngāti Kapu, Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga) and Aree Kapa (Te Aupouri), and produced by Matilda Poasa (Saleaula, Falelatai, Faleasi’u – Samoa) and Madeleine Hakaraia de Young (Ngāti Kapu, Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga), Te Pae Tata will interview Indigenous artists, filmmakers, designers, artivists and ...

Hēnare Te Whiwhi

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whakaae a Te Harawira (Octavius Hadfield) ko ia ka haere ki te hāpai i ngā mahi mīhana. Whāia, ka tū te kāinga o Te Harawira ki Waikanae. I te tau 1840 ka haina a Te Whiwhi i te Tiriti o Waitangi, i kawea ki te tonga e tētahi atu mihinare, e Te Karuwhā (Henry Williams). I te pokapū o te tekau tau atu ...

Printer’s Link – Historic Prayer Book Acquired By HNZPT

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trade. He also showed promise as a preacher, and in 1830 was accepted for the Methodist ministry and appointed to the Friendly Islands (Tonga) mission, and eventually arrived in the Bay of Islands on the  Lloyds  in 1831. “Initially his work was in connection with translating and printing the scriptures ...

The war against Japan

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Ellice Islands, 1941 At the outbreak of the Pacific War, New Zealand had garrison forces on Fanning Island (part of modern Kiribati) and in Fiji, and there were over 50 coastwatching stations spread between Samoa, Tonga, the Cook Islands, Fiji, the Gilbert and Ellice Islands, the Phoenix Islands, ...

Michael Herrick

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with the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF). After spells as an instructor at Woodbourne and Ohakea he was posted to the newly formed No. 15 Squadron RNZAF at Whenuapai in June 1942. Four months later No. 15 Squadron sailed from Wellington to Tonga, where they took over the Curtis P-40 Warhawk ...

Te Rangitopeora

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Selwyn) a ia i iriiri ki Ōtaki. Ka tangohia e Te Rangitopeora te ingoa o Kuini Wikitōria hei ingoa tāpiri mōna, ka huri te ingoa o tana tāne ki Arapeta, te tāne a te Kuini. Whāia, ka utaina ki runga ki a ia te ingoa te ‘Kuini o te Tonga’. Nō te takiwā o ngā tau 1865 ki 1873 i mate ai a Te Rangitopeora ki ...

Te Rauparaha

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i a rātou ngā iwi o ngā rohe o te tonga i ngā pakanga mō te whenua. Mai i Kāpiti Motu, ka whakahaeretia e Te Rauparaha te whakaekenga o ngā iwi o Te Tauihu o te Waka a Māui, ā, ka kōkiritia e ia ngā pā o Ngāi Tahu, tae rawa atu ki Kaiapoi. I te tau 1839 ka hokona e Te Rauparaha he whenua i Whakatū me Te Tai ...

The Rarotongan Company

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of the unit was now 280 men. The Leger brothers Baisley and Francis Leger travelled from Tonga to New Zealand to enlist in the NZEF in 1915. They served with both the Pioneer Battalion in Egypt and France, and the Rarotongan Company in Palestine. Read more here. Rarotongan ammunition handlers The ...

2019 annual history awards reveal New Zealand’s stories

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the role of kaumātua in advocating for Māori, while still caring for their whānau, iwi and hāpu. “The third Māori history project is the story of, the richly-carved former Native Affairs Committee Room at Parliament. Ellen Andersen (Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga, Ngāti Kapumanawawhiti), a specialist in ...

Eruera Tirikātene

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a Rātana kia riro mai ngā tūru Māori e whā i te Pāremata. Kāore he mea i tua atu i a Tirikātene mō te tūru o Te Tai Tonga. Tata tonu ka toa ia i ngā pōti o 1928 me 1931. Ka mate te Mema Māori mō Te Tai Tonga, a Tuiti Makitānara i te tau 1932, ka toa a Tirikātene i te pōti whāiti mō te tūru wātea. Ko ia te ...

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href="/memory/attack-sollum-barracks" target="_blank">Attack on Sollum Barracks that Harvey was involved in).  He was promoted to Major before returning to New Zealand in 1942. He contined to serve with the NZ Regular Forces and was posted to Tonga, the Solomon Islands and Japan.  He retired as Major in 1949. From ...

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href="/memory/attack-sollum-barracks" target="_blank">Attack on Sollum Barracks that Harvey was involved in).  He was promoted to Major before returning to New Zealand in 1942. He contined to serve with the NZ Regular Forces and was posted to Tonga, the Solomon Islands and Japan.  He retired as Major in 1949. From ...

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Rangiputangatahi Māwhete

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I whānau mai a Rangi Mawhete (1880-1961) i Tiakitahuna (Jackeytown) i te tonga o Te Papa-i-oea. Ko tōna iwi nui ko Rangitāne, engari ka tātai ia ki Muaūpoko, Ngāti Apa, Ngāti Te Ūpokoiri, Ngāti Hāmua, tae atu ki ngā iwi o Wanganui. I kuraina ia ki te kāreti o Te Aute, kātahi ka mahi hei kaiwhakamārama reo ...

Abel Tasman

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course, the expedition arrived in Tonga on 21 January. After obtaining ample supplies of food and water they sailed on, sighting but not landing in the northern islands of Fiji. After turning west the expedition reached New Guinea in April before returning to Batavia on 15 June 1643. The expedition was ...

Mrs. Emily Schulze

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402 Schulze Mrs. Emily Papakura Papakura Auckland ...

Pōmare II

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whakamutunga o te rau tau tekau mā waru. Ka tupu a Pōmare hei rangatira ingoa nui i Pēwhairangi ki te tonga i te tekau tau mai i 1830. He tangata mōhio ki te whakahaere hokohoko ki ngā kaipuke Pākehā, he kaihoko waipiro, mīti poaka, taewa, papa rākau hoki. Ko tētahi o ana umanga ko te tuku i ngā wāhine mōkai ...

Making it official: The journey of te reo Māori | Kia whakapūmautia: Ngā piki me ngā heke o te reo Māori

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hōrapa ki Poronihia, ki te Tonga o Āhia, ki Marakāhia i te tahatai o Awherika, tae atu ki te raki o Haina.” Hei tā Carmel Sepuloni e whakamanawa ana a Aotearoa ki te toro atu  ki tēnei kōrero  a Te Wiki o te reo Māori o te tau nei. “I tēnei wiki, hōrapa i te motu, ka whakamanahia e tatou i te reo Māori ...

Horonuku Te Heuheu Tūkino IV

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tonga o te moana o Taupō i runga i te take raupatu. I tana kī ake kei te mura tonu ana ahi kā ki te whenua, ka huri a Te Heuheu ka tohu ki te tihi o Tongariro (te maunga tapu o Ngāti Tūwharetoa) e tuku auahi mai rā me tana kī, “Arā taku ahi”. Whakawhiwhia ana ngā whenua katoa ki a Ngāti Tūwharetoa. I te ...

1989- key events

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nominated by local Māori would determine fishing controls in these areas. Rose-Noelle In an almost incredible tale of survival, the four crew of the shipwrecked trimaran Rose–Noelle were found alive after 119 days at sea. The Rose-Noelle had been flipped by a massive wave three days into a voyage to Tonga ...

Mohi Tāwhai

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October 1840, Wesleyan Mission-House and John Mason, London, 1844, p.8. [2] J. G. Turner,  The Pioneer Missionary: Life of the Rev. Nathaniel Turner, Missionary in New Zealand,  Tonga, and Australia, George Robertson, Melbourne, 1872, p.169. [3] Hazel Petrie,  Outcasts of the Gods? The Struggle over ...

Organising the tournament

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major teams. Canada, the USA, Japan, Fiji and Tonga also had a long history of playing the game, and the first three offered lucrative television markets. Minnows Zimbabwe were granted the last place to give southern Africa an interest in the event. Money talks  The IRFB spent a year arguing over the ...

Panorama: Māori Affairs Committee room at Parliament

Panorama: Māori Affairs Committee room at Parliament

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te tīmatanga o te tau hōu Māori i te mārama o Pipiri. Ko Māui, ko tana whaea a Taranga, ko Hinetītama me Tānenuiārangi, ngā whakairo i te pakitara ki te tonga. E noho mai ana rātou i roto i ngā tukutuku e whakaahua ana i te haerenga o Tāne ki te tiki i ngā kete e toru o te wānanga, hei ako māna ki ...

Pacific Women's Organisations

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women, many of them university graduates. Its constitution stressed a democratic structure, so that decisions were made on the basis of ability, rather than on deference to age or rank. In Wellington, another small Tongan women's group, Langa Fonua – 'A Fefine Tonga, was founded in 1987. It ...

Salvation Army Women’s Ministries

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Publishing and Supplies, London, 1957, pp. 16–18 The Salvation Army,  Orders and Regulations for the Home League, International Headquarters, London, 1916, 1928, 1946, 1953, 1960, 1962, 1971, 1976, 1986  The Salvation Army (NZ), Annual Report 2017–2018: The Salvation Army New Zealand, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa, ...

Kīngi Hōri Te Waru

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Signature Number:  8 Sheet:  Sheet 2 — The Manukau-Kāwhia Sheet Location:  Kāwhia Tribe:  Ngāti Maniapoto Hapu:  Ngāti Te Apakura Occasion:  25 May 1840 Signed as:  Te Waru Probable Name:  Kīngi Hōri Te Waru 2-8 Kīngi Hōri Te Waru, also known as Haunui, s ...

Māori rugby timeline

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help their chances. All Black- Maori poster 1958 NZ Māori draws another series with Australia. 1960 NZ Māori plays in Tonga and Samoa for the first time. Many New Zealanders protest at the exclusion of Māori players from the All Black squad which tours South Africa. 1961 France vs NZ Māori programme ...

Wiremu Te Rangitake

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me Kāwhia) ki te tonga- ki Manawatū, Kāpiti, Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara me te Tauihu o te Waka a Māui. Nō ngā tekau tau o 1820 me 1830 ēnei heke. I te tau 1839 ka tāia e Te Rangitāke tana moko ki tētahi tīra a te Kamupene o Niu Tīreni, heoi, ko te whakapae, kāore ia i tino mārama ki te tikanga o tēnei ...

Riwha Tītokowaru

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i a Tītokowaru tētahi whenua e 80 maero te roa (e 129 kiromita) i te tonga o Taranaki, atu i te awa o Waingongoro ki te awa o Wanganui. Ka nui haere ana toa mai i te 150 ki te 1000; ka tautokona mai ia e te Kīngitanga. Tata tonu ka hinga te koroni i a ia, ka whakaaro te kāwanatanga kia whakahokia ētahi whenua ...

Capability Fund funding recipients

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platform for the performing arts sector. Auckland   $20,000 Taranaki Arts Festival Trust To engage and consult with Toi Tū Taranaki and Toi o Taranaki ki te Tonga to understand their needs in the areas of Māori arts capacity, capability and leadership development. New Plymouth   $20,000 Te Manatū Ahurea ...

He Tahua Pūtea Mā Ngā Kaupapa Hītori E Kōkirihia Ana E Te Hapori / Funding Available For Community-led History Projects

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Hei tāpiri atu, kei te reo Hāmoa me te reo Tonga hoki ngā puka tono a Ngā Kōrero tuku Iho Piki Ake! Kake Ake! "He ara anō te whakawhitinga o ēnei kōrero ki reo kē ki te whakahau i te iwi Māori me ngā hapori o Te Moananui-a-Kiwa ki te tono mai ki tēnei tahua pūtea. Kei te akiaki mātou i ngā ...

Timeline

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1945     Vaults in the building are repaired. 1953    The building is decorated for the royal visit. A cement render applied to areas of the Tonga Bay granite is later found to have degraded the granite. 1980    The Public Trustee (with the concurrence of the Minister, Hon. Derek Quigley) sells the ...

Kua tuwhera ngā tono mō ngā pūtea a Ngā Kōrero Tuku iho me Whiria Te Mahara mā ngā kaupapa ā-hapori / Applications Invited for Oral History and History Grants for Community-led Projects

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pūtea e rua. Kei te reo Hāmoa me te reo o Tonga hoki ngā whakamārama mō te pūtea mō ngā kōrero tuku iho ā-waha. Ngā Kōrero Tuku Iho, Piki Ake! Kake Ake! ki ngā kaupapa kōrero tuku iho ā-waha a te hapori e whakaata ana i ngā tuakiri me ngā tirohanga rerekē ki te hītori o Aotearoa me ō tātou hononga tata ...

Te Kooti

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i te kaipuke Rifleman nā rātou i muru. Nō te 10 o Hūrae ka tau te Rifleman  ki te tonga o Tūranganui-a-Kiwa. Ka tukua e Te Kooti tana kōrero ki a Te Piiki (Reginald Biggs), te kaiwhakawā ā-rohe mō Tūranganui, e mea ana kāore a ia me te whakarau i te hiahia whawhai ki ngā Pākehā, ko te hiahia kē o Te ...

Henry Williams treaty copy

Henry Williams treaty copy

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Rangitoto ki te Tonga (D’Urville Island). In May, Williams received the agreement of chiefs at Ōtaki, Waikanae, Manawatū, Whanganui and Motu Ngārara, a small island off Kāpiti Island. He had intended to take the copy to Otago, but the signatures of South Island chiefs were already being sought by Major ...

Biennale Arte 2021: New Zealand’s artist and curator announced

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Selection Advisory Panel for the Biennale Arte 2021 comprised: Lisa Reihana, NZ artist for the Biennale Arte 2017 Karl Chitham, Director, The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt Nina Tonga, Curator Contemporary Art, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington Mami Kataoka, Deputy Director and Chief ...

Finalist designs

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together. All the way south. We are connected.  Ahakoa te tāwhiti, kua tūhonongia a tāua e te pae nei. I tēnei wāhi onamata, e tū ana a tāua inaianei. Ki te tai tonga rā āno, kua tūhonongia a tāua. Touching lightly on the sacred clearing above the Judge’s Bay Taurarua and reflecting its setting through its ...

Association of Anglican Women

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communities, following such natural disasters.  Twenty-first century projects included water tanks for Fiji (a fortieth anniversary celebration), and also for Tonga. AAW continued ‘Overseas and Outreach’ support to various ventures, especially those benefiting women and children. Many groups supported local ...

European voyaging and discovery

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fishing there. After restocking water and wood at Rangitoto ki te Tonga/D'Urville Island, Cook sailed west to chart the east coast of ‘New Holland’ (Australia) and called at the Dutch colony of Batavia (now Jakarta), where Tupaia died of illness. Cook arrived back in England, having circumnavigated ...

RNZAF timeline

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Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga. The following day, a C-130 Hercules carries mobile morgues, medical staff and supplies to the area. RNZAF aircraft help evacuate tourists and provide supply drops for several weeks after the disaster, while RNZAF personnel also provide assistance on the ground. 2010 Three ...

Notes and questions, Pacific

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division, 3rd New Zealand Division, was formed specifically to serve in the region. Commanded by Major-General Harold Barrowclough, it was sent to New Caledonia in late 1942. Other New Zealand army units were based in Fiji, Tonga and Norfolk Island. In 1943 New Zealand troops assisted United States forces ...

Te Roopu Raranga Whatu o Aotearoa

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who came in 1985. Pearl Sunrise, a Navajo weaver from New Mexico, arrived in 1986. A steady stream of overseas weavers were helped by Emily Schuster at the Māori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua, and by Diggeress Te Kanawa at Ōhākī Village. Groups of Aotearoa weavers saved to travel to Tonga in ...

The Anzacs

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order. The operation was supported by fifteen countries from the Pacific region, with troop contributions from five countries: Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Tonga. RAMSI transitioned to a policing mission from July 2013. Read more about peacekeeping in Solomon Islands on RAMSI ...

Now is the hour, NZ's first million-selling song?

Now is the hour, NZ's first million-selling song?

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Hear 'Now is the hour' sung by the St Joseph's Maori College Girls Choir. ...

Teaching about the Polynesian Panthers and the dawn raids

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the degree of Master of Arts in History, University of Auckland, 1998 James Mitchell, ‘Immigration and national identity in 1970s New Zealand’, PhD thesis, University of Otago, 2003: https://ourarchive.otago.ac.nz/bitstream/handle/10523/371/MitchellJames2003PhD.pdf?sequence=5 Nina Tonga, ‘The single ...

Family Planning

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through five-yearly reviews from 1955 on, which involved meeting a number of criteria to ensure compliance with IPPF standards and responsibilities. A member of IPPF's East and South East Asia and Oceania region, NZFPA later conducted training programmes in the Marshall Islands and Tonga. In its ...

Using government apologies to teach and learn about history

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New Zealand Short Term Training Scholarships for young leaders from Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu and Fiji. Fiona Goodall/Getty Images Jacinda Ardern with the ie tōga, part of the ifoga process, the Samoan tradition of asking for forgiveness. The Samoan gesture of Ifoga (or Faatoesega as some are calling it), ...

Podcasts

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for Fiji and Polynesia, even though the ship's master knew that influenza was rife in the city and that there were sick on board ship when it left port. Within eight weeks of berthing at Fiji, Western Samoa and Tonga, at least 5% of Fijians, 7% of Tongans and one-quarter of Western Samoa's ...

1000 Māori place names

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of; tonga: south, or south wind Place of the south wind Ōtoroa ō: place of; toroa: albatross Place of the albatross Ōtūkapuarangai ō: place of; tu: to stand; kapua: cloud; rangi: sky Place of the standing cloud in the sky Ōtūmatua o: place of; tū: stand; matua: parent Where the elder stands Ōtūmoetai ...

Innovation Fund recipients

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TOTAL   $160,000 Ngamotu- Taranaki online event   Project funding Recipient name Description Funding Toi o Taranaki Ki Te Tonga An inter-generational and multi career stage approach to encourage, empower and enable Māori artists who whakapapa to Taranaki or live in the rohe, to wānanga, create, ...

Treaty of Waitangi translations

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The Treaty of Waitangi translated into Cook Islands, Samoan, Tongan, Niuean and Tokelau languages ...

Arts and crafts

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credit for this should go to Nina Tonga, appointed Te Papa’s first Curator Pacific Art in 2017. [44] Another women’s art collective becoming much better known by then was Mata Aho, set up in 2012 by four Māori women artists. A unique women’s art collective based on the experience of domestic violence was ...

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