Paintings of Maniapoto ancestors taken from the iwi trust board room have been found. Former Te Wānanga head Rongo Wetere says the paintings are his and he's reclaimed them after becoming dissatisfied with the process to settle Ngāti Maniapoto's treaty claim.
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Raglan Museum will be opening a significant new exhibition of early Māori artefacts named Te Horea- The Bird Family Collection exhibition.
A collection of almost 200 original Māori artefacts are part of a new tāonga Māori exhibition called "Tēnei Tonu" (Always Here) that opened today at the MTG Museum in Hawke's Bay.
Following on from a successful tour of Chile and the staging of the 'Tuku Iho, Legado Vivo Māori' exhibition at the GAM in Santiago, the New Zealand Māori Arts & Crafts Institute has opened the exhibition at Usina del Arte in Buenos Aires, Argentina.