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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,...

It’s always exciting when two awesome kaupapa join forces and it’s been no different with the collaboration between Toi Tangata and Cinco Cine. Over the past few months Toi Tangata has been working with and supporting the Cinco Cine roopu Pūkana around kaupapa Māori focused physical activity and nutrition. This support has...

With colder months around the corner, this easy and quick chicken loaf is ideal for whānau. You can substitute ground beef in this meatloaf recipe if you wish, but you save the calories by using ground chicken. This recipe has a great flavour, texture, and...

Darrio Penetito-Hemara. Wai Ariki is a strategy put in place to solidify Toi Tangata’s organisational water aspirations and social obligations. Our vision is to connect people to the whakapapa of Wai. Through this webinar you will be able to see and understand a number of approaches...

A quick and easy, delicious kūtai dish. INGREDIENTS 24 kūtai 1 Tbsp oil 1 clove garlic, diced 1 onion, diced 1 Tbsp curry powder 2 rīwai, peeled and grated 1 cup fish or vegetable stock 1 cup light evaporated milk handful parsley, chopped METHOD Steam mussels until they open, discard the ones that do not open. ...

Ko te wahine he whare tangata, he waka tangata. Within the female is the nurturing home of humankind and the channel from the spiritual to the physical (Herangi-Panapa, 1998) Whare tangata is the house of humanity and is seen as the womb of the earth. E kura is the...

The importance of iron for us links back to Papatūānuku and Tānemahuta and their search for the uha tangata or the female element. Papatūānuku has a unique composition of rock, granite, dirt, mud, stone, sand and metals that make up her body. Lava, water and...