84 year old Rev. Rose Stainton from Tuwhakairiora Wharekahika talks about life as a widow and being told to join the Anglican ministry.
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Koroua Tom (87) remembers the times of his rugby playing days. We learn that he was an effective front row forward of the team who represented Bay of Plenty and travelled to games in Papamoa, Paeroa, Northland and Auckland at the time of the famous Brooke brothers and John Kirwan.
A look at respected Ngāti Manawa Kaumātua Pem Bird, Māori education pioneer, former Māori Party president, and current principal of New Zealand's first Designated Charter Iwi/Tribal School.
Tiwi Black, 84. Koroua Tiwi was born under a tree that was growing behind Te Mahurehure marae in the midst of a horse betting session of women that included her mother and whaea whāngai, Tītoki, who named him Tiwi (Divy) to celebrate their winnings.
Anzac Day is a hectic round of commemorations and reunions for former soldier and NZ First MP Ron Mark. We follow his progress through the Wairarapa towns and the district’s war memorials.
Pūmanawa: Celebrating Māori in Business. In this episode we visit the ancestral geothermal village and home of the Tuhourangi/Ngāti Wahiao people to see how they continue to live up to their guiding legacy.
Sheree and Elliott Cotter were the face and backbone of Ngāti Kahungunu champion haka team, Te Rerenga Kōtuku. Tune in to hear their remarkable love story, tonight on Kapa Haka Whānau.
The Morrison clan of Te Arawa screen in this first episode of Kapa Haka Whānau. This whānau have given us five national kapa haka leaders, a host of golden moments and a legacy that is still going strong after 40 years as top-class performers. (PREMIERE)
Tatiana Materoa (Morunga) Thompson, 80. Ngāti Manawa, Ngāti Hiku, Ngāpuhi, was raised in Panguru with her 12 brothers and one younger sister by their widowed father.