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TAHI Te Kaoreore
I te āhua nei he ingoa rongonui a Kaoreore puta noa i ngā wā o mua. Ka whakamāramahia mai e Mauriora Kingi, Rawiri Rangitauira me Napi Waaka te pū ō ngā mere kaoreore ahurei e rua kei roto i ngā kōrero tuku iho ā Te Arawa.

RUA Iwi Rākau/Hinematioro
Ka huri te titiro ki ētahi tauira whakamīharo o ngā āhuatanga whakairo mai i te Tairāwhiti. Ka tirohia te āhua o ngā tūpuna e whakaatuhia ana i roto i ngā mahi toi tāukiuki nei, mā roto i ngā uiuinga me Victor Walker rāua ko Selwyn Parata.

TORU Hatitimatangi
I tōna wā i tū tēnei whakairo i te urupā o te iwi Moriori ō Rēkohu. Ka whakamāramahia mai e Maui Solomon tō rātou hononga ki tēnei taonga, me o rātou whakaaro mōna.

RIMA Rangitihi
I te tāhuna o te Rotoiti i te rohe o Rotorua, i whakatūngia e ngā uri whakaheke o te toa rangatira a Rangitihi he whare hai whakahōnore i ā ia. Ko te oranga o tēnei whare atahu mai i te tīmatanga ki te taunga whakamutunga i te whare taonga o Tāmaki Makaurau te kaupapa.

ONO Kataore
Ko Kataore, he mere pounamu, te kaupapa kōrero ā Maurice Grey o Ngāi Tahu. Nā Te Maiharanui tēnei mere, ā, i whakaritea he mahi tinihanga ki runga i ā ia, kia riro ai te mana whakahaere o te whanga o Akaroa, me te ao hokohoko whai rawa nui o reira.

WHITU Te Kahu Kiwi a Tawhiao
He tauira huatau o ngā mahi raranga Māori, i mauhia tēnei korowai kiwi ahurei i te tau 1884 ki Ingarangi, e Kīngi Tawhiao. He kōrero mō tētahi kīngi e tū kaha ana mō ngā tikanga o tana iwi kua tuia ki te korowai nei. Kei ā Rāhui Papa ngā kōrero tuku iho mō te korowai nei, me te āhua o te tangata nei a Kīngi Tawhiao.

WARU Te Toki a Tapiri
E ai ki te kōrero ko tēnei waka tauā te mātāmuri o ngā waka tauā nui, ā, kua hūnuku mai i tētahi pito o te Ika ā-Māui ki tētahi atu, nā te maha o ngā rangatira. He kōrero ātahu mō te waka nei, mai i te tata maroro i te wā o ngā pakanga o Waikato tae noa ki te whakaoranga, me te whai tūnga i tētahi pōhiri mo te kāhui ariki.

IWA Te Puawai o Te Arawa/ Te Oha
Kai Tāmaki Paenga Hira ēnei pātaka kua whakairohia, ā, nō te rohe kotahi rāua. Ka tirohia ngā kōrero mō ēnei pātaka mā te uiui i ngā uri whakaheke o ngā kaihanga. Ka kōrero mai a Raureti Hemana, Napi Waaka me Jim Schuster mō ēnei pātaka, me o rāua kaiwhakairo.

TEKAU Sir Peter Buck’s Sword
I te wā i pakaru mai te Pakanga Tuatahi o te Ao, he rata tēnei rangatira, ahakoa te maha atu o ana pūkenga. I tīmata tana mahi i rō ope tauā me te tūnga o te Āpiha ā-Hauora, ka whakatauria a ia ki te tūnga o te Meitia. Ka puta ngā kōrero mō tētahi rangatira ihumanea Māori i runga i te āwhina o ngā kaupapa e arotahihia ana i tēnei wā, arā, te hoari me te kopa.

TEKAU MĀ TAHI Ngā pou Whakarae
Three carved poles represent the three tribes who have mana whenua in the Auckland region, namely Ngāti Whatua, Waikato and Ngāti Paoa. Each of the poles have their own story and these are explored in this episode.

TEKAU MĀ RUA  Te Taiaha a Hone Heke
In this episode we focus on an historical figure that defied British authority and felled the flagstaff in Kororareka during the 18oo's.  The Taiaha attributed to Heke that is in the Auckland museum provides an opportunity to focus on a man who looms large in NZ history.

Ep 13 Tutauru
The story of Tutauru begins in far off Hawaii and is part of Te Arawa legend.   It is the adze mentioned in tribal song as crafted from the block of greenstone owned by the ancestor Ngahue and fashioned into an adze with which the Te Arawa canoe was crafted.  Long after it's arrival here in New Zealand this adze has continued to travel the world before finding it's resting place in the Auckland War Memorial Museum.