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A New Napier Cultural Walking Tour in Town

“Ko koutou kua whai i a Pania, kua haere mai no ngā tai ki uta ki te whenua ā Karitoki Nau mai, piki mai, kake mai.” “So to you who have arrived here from over the seas, to you who have been lured like Pania from the sea tides to the lands of Karitoki,Welcome, welcome

The Tikanga Of Honouring Your Teacher

In the recently released doco, Mō Te Iwi: Carving For The People, Rangi Hetet speaks about his teacher, Hone (John) Taiapa, more than 60 years after he learned whakairo under the renowned master carver. “I thank my teacher, John.” – Rangi Hetet says at 82 years of age Our father, Rangi’s acknowledgement of his teacher, as the source of his own knowledge

Manawatū NZ Travel Series

WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT MANAWATŪ, NZ? “Ko Manawatū te awa, he awa tapu, hei piringa mauri, hei piringa tāngata..” “The sacred river of Manawatū, where life force remains to bring people together.” Recently Koru Enterprises was part of a tourism delegation invited by CEDA to experience the transformation and manākitanga (hospitality) of this special region We were warmly

For the LOVE of knitting

What is SO special about knitting? Do you ever wish to become a fibre muse? There are four types: The Dreamer, the Seeker, the Giver, and the Mystic. All these fibre muses share the same qualities as each other, but each one manifests their unique type of magic more strongly than the others. Which one

Top 3 Māori Tours 2019

Kia ora koutou! Our hearts and deep aroha (love) surround all the whānau (family) of everyone who has passed, or who is still recovering after the horrific Ōtautahi (Christchurch) Mosque tragedy. Kia Kaha koutou! (Be strong). As-Salāmu Alaykum, Kia tau te rangamārie, Peace Be Upon You. Whether you are a manuhiri (visitor) from another country,