Mahuru Māori: Tino Rangatiratanga, part 2 of 2

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Mahuru Māori: Tino Rangatiratanga, part 2 of 2

Ka haere tonu ngā kōrero ki a Tash Ropata i tēnei pāhorangi. Mai i tana urunga ki tōna wānanga reo rūmaki tuatahi tae atu ki ngā tikanga whakahaere o te kautā, tae atu ki tana tū hei kaiwaiata i tētahi pēne reo Māori. Ka hua mai ēnei mahinga katoa i ngā mātāpono e whā i raro i Te Whakatupuranga Ruamano - he mahere rautaki ā-iwi i whakatakotoria e Ngāti Toa, e Ngāti Raukawa, e Te Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai hoki, tērā i whai wāhi nui i a ia e tipu ana i Horowhenua. Ko ōna hua ka noho hei tuku ihotanga ki āna tamariki, me āna mokopuna.

In the fourth of our series of podcasts, we continue our chat with Tash Ropata. From her first total immersion retreats to kitchen duties and joining a reo Māori band. All products that derived from the four founding principles of Te Whakatupuranga Ruamano - a 25 year iwi development plan brought to fruition by Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Raukawa and Te Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai (ART).