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Updated June 2020
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Continuing on from our Anzac special, we profile several waiata that originated from past times of conflict. We listen, unpack their meaning, evolution and application. The kīwaha from this episode is "te tū ana te puehu" (something bad is going to go down) Original sources for Waiata featuredin this content: 1) Hoki Hoki Tonu Mai (Old Vsn) (comp b…
 
This tribute kōrero is not just about our Soldiers that went to war, but also about those at home who held down the Whānau and Iwi roots and adjusted their Tikanga while watching their world change around them. Our Kīwaha o te wiki is "kei raro e putu ana" (I'm not doing too well, I've hit rock bottom) Here are the lyrics for our Waiata o te wiki: …
 
We listen to some historical excerpts of Wāhine Te Reo speakers, and discuss the significance and content of the kōrero whilst unpacking the surrounding Tikanga. This week's kīwaha is "haere ake nei" (this is how it is). Links to the full versions of the Ngā Taonga excerpts featured; Excerpt 1) TE REO O TE PĪPĪWHARAUROA: Whaea McClutchie, nō te hap…
 
Tia Gillet skypes in to join us for a chat about the large Iwi from the eastern Waikato of New Zealand - Ngati Hauā, featuring our very first impromptu whānau performance of Waiata o te wiki. This week's kīwaha is "Ō roke" (load of bullsh*t, you're full of it!) This episode was recorded prior to the Covid-19 Government enforced Level 4 restrictions…
 
Hard times call for hard calls. Tikanga has evolved throughout the centuries and continues to do so today. As the world comes to terms with the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic - te ao Māori has also had to shift its ideas around tikanga. Me whakamoe te tikanga kia ora ai te tangata. We talk through the practicality and protocols of still honouring …
 
Jamie Tuuta skypes in to talk to us about this iconic Northern Taranaki Iwi, including some interesting history around the Crown Land confiscation and Parehaka. This week's Waiata o te Wiki is "He Pikinga Poupou", performed by the Taringa Waita crew - view the lyrics to sing along here: https://waiatamai.wordpress.com/2015/01/08/he-pikinga-poupou/…
 
In this episode we listen to some historical Whaikōrero from the archives, and discuss their meaning, style, and impact. Links to the full length archival material; https://ngataonga.org.nz/collections/catalogue/catalogue-item?record_id=231525 https://www.ngataonga.org.nz/collections/catalogue/catalogue-item?record_id=228674 https://www.ngataonga.o…
 
Ngā mihi o te tau hōu pākehā - happy new year Ngai Taringa - We know you'll enjoy this compilation of our Waiata from Episodes 74 through to 99 - kanikani move that body! Go to www.twoa.ac.nz/tikanga to register or learn more about our Tikanga and Reo courses. Track listing: 01:10 - Hautoa Matatika 04:16 - Nā Tane 07:30 - Ōku Tapairu 11:48 - Workin…
 
Watch the full episode https://facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1637628009712627&id=1015299791945455 In this filmed feature episode, we talk about kirihimete, kai, presents and patero as we look back at some of our highlights from the year. Link to the original waiata on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_QF55i9GH4&feature=youtu.be. See you…
 
The first of our new kaupapa! We bring you some famous audio excerpts from Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision, and our hosts kōrero about them. Here, we feature some major events in the 1970s - the Te Reo Māori language petition, Dame Awhina Cooper's land march, and the Māori land occupation at Bastion Point. Visit https://www.ngataonga.org.nz to explore …
 
Our first RRR kōrero covers the functions of negating with "kāore aku", applying possesives like "māu/mōu, nōku/ōku, nāku/āku" etc, along with "a vs ā" and "ā and ō" category differentiations. Along the way we unpack the kupu and give examples of how they can and should be used in Te Reo Māori.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
We hassle Dr Rangi Mataamua for his thoughts on the division of time and also puts his ideas out about the practice of our Māori knowledge. Ka whakahōhā tātou i a Dr Rangi Mataamua mō ōna whakaaro o te whakawae o te wā ka mutu, ka aia atu ōna whakaaro mō te whakamahinga o ō tātou mātauranga Māori.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
 
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