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Every year during the Heiva Tu’aro Ma’ohi Festival, around 80 French Polynesian islands converge at Papeete to compete, dance and paddle in a variety of activities. Amongst these festivities is Tu’aro Ma’ohi, the Tahitian Islands’ equivalent of Tākaro Māori. The formal competition of Tu’aro Ma’ohi has...

If Matariki is the star associated with reflection, our connection to the environment and the gathering of people, then we have been fortunate to have had many positive experiences gathering leaders in our sector to connect with the environment through our Atua-Matua wānanga led by...

Fiona Wilson. Toi Poto presents a webinar that will introduce participants to the ‘Money Equation’. Financial knowledge is the ability to make informed judgements and effective decisions regarding the use and management of money. It will provide a greater understanding of the mechanics and jargon of money,...

Earlier this month and back for a second year, Toi Tangata held a wānanga at Waihi Community Marae and participated in the multisport event The Nugget. With a curious name like ‘The Nugget’, it is easy to be confused about what it may be. Starting...

It is with a sad and heavy heart that we farewell one of our kaimahi as she leaves the familiar comfort of home in search of wondrous adventures abroad. Jessica, of Ngāti Pare and Ngāti Raukawa descent and mokopuna of the great All Black Sir Colin...

Dr. Ihirangi Heke. Earlier in 2016 Dr Ihirangi Heke took on a hearty month-long challenge, cycling the length of New Zealand. Although this event alone is an exceptional feat for anyone, in the familiar Heke ‘challenge by choice’ style, he also sought to connect with as...

Following a change of guard in 2015 the governance team of Te Hotu Manawa Māori Trust (THMM) and Toi Tangata has affirmed the organisation’s strategic direction in order to sustain ongoing impact. “It’s a unique situation with so many board members joining the mix all at once, however,...

It's the time of year to get your crock-pots out. This is a lovely winter warmer that you can start early in the day and leave simmering until dinner time. Summary Prep Time: 20 minutes preparation, 8 hours cooking (on low) Yield: 6 Ingredients 1 bacon hock 1 kūmara,...