Ko te kai o te rangatira he kōrero.

Creating a relaxed and inviting space that captures hītori of our kaumātua, kuia, and koroua,  storytelling, life experiences and mātauranga Māori.

We record and document sessions with our kaumātua to preserve their kōrero tuku iho. The overall aim is to create a relaxed and respectful environment that celebrates the wisdom and stories of our kaumātua.

Wiremu Huta Martin | Ngāti Pūkeko

"You can’t catch tuna that size these days"
Wiremu says as he recalls catching tuna from the Ōhinemataroa Awa as a young fella with his koro.

Watch and read more about Wiremu’s childhood gathering kai and learning the best ways to protect kai sources in our local waterways.

Amohaere Tangitu | Ngāti Awa

A pioneer of change, Amohaere Tangitu has dedicated decades working within Aotearoa’s health care industry.

Learn about her early career and the important decision she made, that in reflection, allowed her to make the impact she has.

Hemana Waaka | Ngāi Tūhoe

From personal experience, research and kōrero with former soldiers, Hemana Waaka shares his knowledge of how te reo Māori and tikanga Māori were upheld and maintained within the New Zealand Forces whilst serving overseas during different conflicts.

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