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AuthorKelly Mitchell

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August 12, 2019

800 years ago, tāngata whenua of Ngāti Mahuta, Te Ahiwaru, Waikato-Tainui, Te Ākitai and Te Waiohua started settling at Ihumatāo. The fertile land is considered to be one of the first to hold a thriving gardening and cultivation scene in Aotearoa. The land holds numerous wāhi tapu, including a number of lava cave entrances which […]

July 15, 2019

A year can feel like a short time in the world of the Indigenous Queer, and 2019 was no excpetion. The stories included here outline the presence achieved by queer Māori in both the Rainbow community and Māoritanga, and suggest another busy year for them.    Queen Takes Bishop: Georgina Beyer Weighs In On Brian […]

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