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For Anzac this year, we read some old letters from our Māori soldiers, and reflect on the hardship and sacrifices they endured. We also spotlight some of the specifics of the language and grammar used at the time. To see more examples of letters like this, visit https://www.28maoribattalion.org.nz/ and https://www.maorihomefront.nz . Also - here is…
 
Dr Naomi Simmonds talks about how she got to her topic for her thesis.Tū te turuturu nō Hine-te-iwaiwa: Mana wahine geographies of birth in Aotearoa New Zealand. Challenges, whakaaro and kōrero surrounding Māori birth practices, knowledge gaps, re-activaion of placenta practices and the key of te reo Māori in birth practices.…
 
This kōrerorero is about how to ask and answer questions like; which way something was done, how something went or when something was finished. We also cover the difference between oti and mutu, īnawhea and nōnawhea, different ways to say something is good - and a few more gems to level up your questioning vocab.…
 
Wāta Cribb phones in to talk with us about the Te Arawa tribe - Ngāti Pikiao, from the western bay of plenty. Talking in depth about the lakes, the ancestors Tamatekapua and Rangitihi with his eight children and their descendants - who became known as Ngā Pūmanawa e Waru (the eight beating hearts).By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
Looking back at some of our favourite moments from the year, we reflect on our kaupapa and discuss the lessons we've learned this year. The Taringa team will be taking a break for the summer, but fear not - we will have some waiata compilations for you to enjoy over the break, and we will be back with our regular episodes in late January. Hei konā …
 
We feature the famous waiata aroha - Ka Eke ki Wairaka, a song composed by Rihi Puhiwahine for her lover, Te Mahuta Te Toko. Paraone and Snow discuss the history behind the composition, and explain the significance of the meaning behind it, and also shed light on the waiata that was composed in response. For more information on this kaupapa, check …
 
Streamed and recorded live from Te Tai Tokerau at the Kaitāia campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, hosts Paraone Gloyne and Te Puaheiri Snowden are joined by Eli Smith and his son Tuhoronuku. Together with a live audience, they discuss Reo and Tikanga in the home and how it enhances our lives.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
He Rangatira o te mahi Raranga, Karl Leonard, joins us to talk about his elaborate craft of weaving. This week's waiata was sourced from the user medadane on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9P1SLpZXT8&ab_channel=medadane Taringa does not own this recording and does not claim any copyright or ownership from the use of it in this episode.…
 
A kaimahi of Ngā Taonga sound and vision talks with us about the importance of archiving, the inner workings of looking after the content, and also shares a few of her own favourites with us too. Original archive sources: 1) Excerpts from a speech by Te Ouenuku Rene to members of Parliament at the presentation of the Māori language petition. https:…
 
E ao te kōrero mō tēnei iwi o te wiki. A progeny of Te Rarawa whakapapa and a prodigy of Te Rarawa wānanga. Raniera Mcgrath presents a glimpse into the history of Te Rarawa and its people. Kua whakawerahia hoki te kaupapa o Mahuru Māori nō reira ka kōrero tō hoa i roto i tōna reo ūkaipō. E tai mā, e hika mā e mara mā - whakarongo mai.…
 
In the first of our Toi series of Tikanga episodes we talk to Rangi Kipa, a renowned multifaceted Tohunga of toi, who shares his journey and thoughts on learning and applying Māori artistic skills. He talks in depth about the strategies behind using that knowledge in art and design practices that are both culturally relevant to our people in today'…
 
In this two-part Matariki special, we reflect on the recent revitalisation of tikanga Matariki, and look at how the umu kohukohu whetū used to be conducted in a traditional way, then at Paraone's house, we give examples of how anyone can do their own hautapu ceremony using what you have at home. Click HERE to get the Matariki handbook with karakia …
 
Rauru Broughton - a descendant named after the eponymous ancestor of his iwi (Ngā Rauru), phones in to talk to us about the namesake, area, stories and the tikanga. This week's kīwaha is "ōna kurakura" (what rubbish! dislike towards someone or what they said) Original source for the Waiata is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRwBL5kQP9U…
 
Reo learners and geeks take note. We look at double vowel vs macronisation of compound words, the use of some common kupu like 'Arā', 'Otirā' and Īna/Inā, and discuss a few other common perplexities in the use of Te Reo. This episode's kīwaha is "Inē" = surprise reaction - is that right!?By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
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