Te Ao Toa checks out Mau Rākau with Nepia Webster from Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.
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Kiwa and Koa Mo’o are a pair of brothers who whakapapa to Ngāti Porou, but were brought up in the United States. They are currently students of Toi Hawaiki - a mau rākau branch of Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa based in Hawaii - in which they have found peace in the learning of their Māori identity.
Māori immersion high schools from around the country are battling it out with traditional Māori weaponry at Wiki Hā, a week-long bi-annual event which brings the students together to compete across a range of sports in the spirit of fair play and camaraderie.
Thousands continue to mourn the loss of Tauranga Moana leader Awanuiarangi Black who is currently lying in state at Te Whetu o Te Rangi marae.