Te Wiki O Te Reo Māori – Māori Language Week

I te tau 2012, i maea ake ai he whao pounamu i tona moe roa i te oneone i Poihākena nei. In 2012 a greenstone chisel surfaced from it's long slumber, here in the heart of Sydney.
  •  Nō hea tēnei whao? Where did this chisel come from?
  • Nō wai tēnei whao? Who did this chisel belong to?
  • Mā hea...
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For history teachers

We recently welcomed the Head of the NSW History Teachers Association on Poihākena tours: stories of Māori in Sydney. Here's Bernie Howitt's review of the tour published in the September 2014 edition of the NSW History Teachers Association newsletter. Kia ora, thank you Bernie! Excursion suggestion  -   Kotahi Tourism’s Poihākena Tour You may not know that Poihākena is the Māori...
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