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The Wairau Affray, also known as the Wairau Massacre or the Wairau Incident, was the first significant armed conflict between Māori and British settlers after the signing of the Treaty...Read more about "Wairau Affray"...
Tāhunanui - the kāinga
Tāhunanui sounds like a name from pre-European times but it was only approved in 1911. Until the twentieth century the area was known as The Sands or Tāhuna; its traditional...Read more about "Tāhunanui - the kāinga"...
Pakohe or Argillite
The Whakatū region has a wonderful taonga, envied by iwi throughout Aotearoa. The hills from Rangitoto (D'Urville Island), along the Richmond Range to the upper reaches of the Maitai,...Read more about "Pakohe or Argillite"...
Te Pūoho ki Te Rangi
Te Pūoho (also known as Te Ngārau), ariki of Ngāti Tama, was born at Poutama, northern Taranaki, son of Whangataaki II and Hinewairoro. His whakapapa connected him to...Read more about "Te Pūoho ki Te Rangi "...
Te Rauparaha’s Account of the Wairau Affray
The Wairau Affray, as it has become known, resulted in the deaths of twenty-two Europeans, including Arthur Wakefield and Henry Thompson. Four Māori are known to have died:...Read more about "Te Rauparaha’s Account of the Wairau Affray"...
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