Tag: Whānau. Showing results 11 - 20 of 234

Showing results 11 - 20 of 234

Search results

  1. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 2
    OnDemand

    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 2

    For new mums and dads, this show develops the skills of families raising babies in the Māori language. D'Angelo and Hailey.

  2. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 1
    OnDemand

    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 1

    A series for new mums and dads who are raising their babies in the Māori language.

  3. Shows

    Hurō Pēpi

    For new mums and dads, this show develops the skills of families raising babies in the Māori language.

  4. Video for Here to help the affected whānau - Manukau Urban Māori Authority
    News

    Here to help the affected whānau- Manukau Urban Māori Authority

    With Auckland in Alert Level 3 for another 2 days at least, Whānau Ora providers around Tāmaki Makaurau are moving to help whānau most in need.

  5. Video for Whānau finds autism is a gift from Atua Māori
    News

    Whānau finds autism is a gift from Atua Māori

    Jess Hita and Tuhoro Kereru Paki are the parents of Te Aurere who is four years old and autistic.

  6. Loimata

    Director Anna Marbrook honours the last voyage of the great waka maker, sailor and mentor Ema Siope. (2020)

  7. Video for Pūrākau, Episode 12
    OnDemand

    Pūrākau, Episode 12

    Today’s Pūrākau will help us to understand the meaning behind the famous saying of Ngāti Whakaue ancestors, Tūnohopū and Te Roro-o-te-rangi "Ruia taitea, ruia taitea kia tū ko taikākā anake

  8. Video for Pūrākau, Episode 11
    OnDemand

    Pūrākau, Episode 11

    Te Houtaewa of Te Kao is legendary! He is known to be the fastest runner of his time.

  9. Video for Pūrākau, Episode 10
    OnDemand

    Pūrākau, Episode 10

    Today’s legend is from the Te Arawa people. It is the story of the ancestor Rangiwhakaekeau and his son Rangiteaorere who posed the phrase, ‘He kotahi nā Tūhoe, e kata te pō’.

  10. Video for Pūrakau, Episode 9
    OnDemand

    Pūrakau, Episode 9

    Haara is a woman who talks to birds and lives in the great forest of Puketi. Her closest friends areTui and Kaka, together they find medicinal plants to heal the people.

  11. Show more results

Pages