The journey for many Ngāi Tahu has involved tracing the steps of their tīpuna. Irene Schroder documents the journey of three Ngāi Tahu women on a ship to Antarctica.
Wild, Māori food – it’s what Ngāi Tahu tīpuna ate and traded. Now iwi pilot programme Ahikā Kai is set to revolutionise the way small whānau and iwi-based food businesses operate and market their products.
Habitat loss and decades of commercial overfishing of eels are causing a worldwide trend in declining eel stocks. The issue is of great concern for Moeraki, Arowhenua and Waihao rūnanga, as they seek to turn back the environmental clock for tuna in Te Waipounamu.
From living in a house to inhabiting sleep-outs and a shed, the Shelford/Kimura whānau is one of many Canterbury families trying to rebuild their lives after devastating earthquakes. What lies ahead on the long, winding road to regional recovery?
Ngāi Tahu has joined a last-ditch stand to save Te Hāpua Waituna (Waituna Lagoon) from an ecological disaster with a ban on further dairy development in the catchment.
From the remote seas of Fiordland to the restaurants of China, kōura are at the heart of Ngāi Tahu Seafood’s operations. The thriving trade is also attracting a new generation of Ngāi Tahu fishers to the industry.
Manawa Kāi Tahu
Stories of Kāi Tahu Tipuna – Our Language, Our People, Our Place, Our Culture
nā Tahu Potiki
He kōrerorero nā Keri Hulme: Surviving vs living vs thriving
Manawa Kai Tahu: Stories of Kāi Tahu tīpuna
He Whakaaro: Tom Bennion has constitutional reform on his mind
Kai: Bevan Kaan
Toi Iho: Honouring Te Aue Davis
Hei Mahi Māra: Return of the worms
He Aitaka a Tāne: Silence of the beech
Reviews: Ngā Tini Whetu – Navigating Māori futures and more
Ngā take Pūtea: Where there’s a will, there’s a way
He Tangata: Hayden Wilson