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    Tamara Wharerau: A book 20 years in the making and a wero for change

    By Eva Wilson, Te Rito journalism cadet. 

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    New book sends awhi to tamariki and whānau who have felt pandemic's impacts

    It's been widely reported that the past few years have been a huge struggle for many tamariki and their families, with social distancing and isolation keeping whānau apart due to the Covid-19 pande

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    Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi writer Colleen Maria Lenihan remaking the literature of Aotearoa

    Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi short story writer Colleen Maria Lenihan has been appointed as the 2023 Victoria University of Wellington, International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) and Creative New Zeala

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    Tā Toby Curtis leaves 'powerful' memoir

    Photo / File In one of his final acts of service to Aotearoa, the late Tā Toby Curtis penned a memoir which was launched in Rotorua this evening.

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    Wahine shares journey to reclaiming her taha Māori in new book

    The journey of one woman to explore her whakapapa, reo and reclaim her Māori identity culminating in her decision to take on Mokorua: ngā kōrero mō tōku moko kauae, is being released today

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    Ngāi Tahu author shares first novel and journey to rediscover his taha Māori

    For Ngāi Tahu author Darin Dance a devastating accident in his youth, in which he was run over by a fork hoist and had his leg crushed, helped inspire his latest offering, a thrilling spy novel set

  8. Video for Israel Adesanya's new picture book that aims to inspire kids
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    Israel Adesanya's new picture book that aims to inspire kids

    Additional reporting by Aaron Ryan, Te Rito journalism cadet.

  9. Video for New book traces 150-year history of Te Kura o Hato Hohepa Te Kamura
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    New book traces 150-year history of Te Kura o Hato Hohepa Te Kamura

    A new pukapuka by Malcom Mullholland honours the 150-year legacy of St. Joseph's Māori Girls' College, Hato Hohepa.

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