Sunday, 3 February 2013
Kia haere Waimarie ana ki runga i te whaea o Papatuānuku
To empower people to walk in the balance of Mother Earth
Whakatauki explained by Lovey Hodgkinson nō Nga Puhi
In Te Ahi Kaa this week, Maraea Rakuraku experiences some of the passion Kaitiaki Tāonga Māori Awhina Twomey nō Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga, implements in her role at Whanganui Regional Museum.
Kaitiaki Tāonga Maori at Whanganui Regional Museum, Awhina Twomey.
At the end of 2012, Whakapai Hauora Charitable Trust officially opened Kaumafia Kafe, a café run by local Kaumatua and serviced by organisations within their immediate vicinity that includes a health clinic, Iwi radio station and marae. Justine Murray takes a tour with Lovey Hodgkinson of the premises.
Waiata featured: Revolutionary performed by Upper Hutt Posse from the album Declaration of Resistance (2011), Waka performed by Che Fu feat Teremoana Rapley from the EP Che Fu presents Waka (1998)