Māori educationalist Toni Waho was farewelled yesterday.
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Respects paid to Māori educationalist Toni Waho
Hundreds have gathered at Tirorangi marae today where the late Toni Waho lies in state.
Cathy Dewes remembers dear friend Toni Waho
Dr Cathy Dewes spoke to Te Ao Mārama today about the death of her dear friend, Toni Waho.
Whānau finally mourns loss of father after 14 days of quarantine
After 14 days in quarantine, a whānau mourning the loss of their father have finally been able to visit his grave.
Final farewell for Taranaki kuia, Matekitawhiti Carr
Around 100 people arrived at Ketemarae Marae in Hāwera to farewell one of their beloved kuia which was the first tangihanga in Taranaki under Level 2 restrictions.
Northland iwi mourn esteemed kaumātua Wiremu Wiremu
Iwi and hapū across Northland mourn the loss of esteemed kaumātua, Wiremu Wiremu.
Iwi Collective urge Level 2 vigilance, oppose tangihanga restrictions
The Te Ranga Tupua Iwi Collective formed from iwi of the Rangitīkei, Ruapehu, South Taranaki and wider Whanganui Region is stressing that a move to Emergency Alert Level 2 from Thursday will require even greater vigilance of the ongoing threat of COVID-19.
“He was a rockstar kaumātua”- Whānau remember “Jimmy” Brennan
The body of “Jimmy” Brennan (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Te Arawa) remains in a Christchurch funeral home after his passing last Sunday.
Funeral directors disapprove of new tangihanga restrictions
Funeral director Michelle Pukepuke is heartbroken over the new Ministry of Health (MOH) guidelines surrounding funerals and burials.
Kahungunu leader Piri Sciascia returns home
A great leader of Ngāti Kahungunu has been returned to his home. Professor Piri Sciascia now lies in state at Rongomaraeroa Marae in Pōrangahau, Hawke's Bay. He is surrounded by his loved ones who are mourning the loss of a stalwart of haka, Māori language and tikanga.