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Manawa wera are chants or songs performed on the return of defeated war parties. I hoki mai koe, e Te Whenuanui ki te aha. Te mate atu ai te unuhanga o te puhi o Mataatua… This is one such Manawa Wera performed by the pouaru of the men who were slain at Ōrākau.  Upon their return to Ruatāhuna they received a hostile...

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Lake Waikaremoana

24 February 2014

Ko Te Waikaukau o na Mātua Tupuna Ko Panekire Te Mauna Ko Haumapuhia Te Tipua Ko Waikaretaheke Te Awa Ko Te Umuariki Te Tanata Ko Tūhoe Te Iwi Remote, rugged, immense, the forests of Te Urewera contains the largest forested wilderness remaining in the North Island – 213,000 hectares. It is famous for its lakes and...

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