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Huatau

Huatau

1. (verb) to think, realise.
2. (noun) thought, idea, comment, opinion.

MAORIBOY at blogspot

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Warren Pohatu is a graphic designer and artist with a strong passion for his culture. Originally from the east coast of the North Island, Warren now lives in West Auckland - Warren is Ngai Tamanuhiri, with links to Ngati Porou, Ngati Kahungunu, Rongowhakaata and Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki. His blog posts cover a variety of interesting subjects - NZ Gang history, Whakapapa, Ranginui... my favourite is 'The Rock', "Our favourite shark fishing rock was called Te Kaupapa and it was situated about half way along the northern face of Te Kuri about 400 meters from Papatewhai. There is an ancient pa site called Tunga-Kaka directly above it and they were probably using this fishing spot..."

Piqued your interest? check out MAORIBOY at blogspot: http://warrenpohatu.blogspot.co.nz/

Listing Blogs as I find Them

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Kia Ora! I just got here while wondering why there's not many overt Māori in the blogosphere... I could be wrong though so I thought I'd list Blogs here as I find them. First up is Maui Street, an often angry discourse due to it's political bent, as it's author professes:

  • Maui Street is an attempt to address the shortage of Maori voices in the blogosphere. As an ardent reader of many left leaning blogs and an occasional visitor to some right leaning blogs I was, and continue to be, struck by the shortage of Maori bloggers and the poor coverage Maori issues receive, having said that there are a number of notable exceptions.
  • With that in mind, I believe Maui Street fills a very important niche.
  • Maui Street will deal, for the most part but not exclusively, with Maori political issues. I will do my best to post at the very least weekly.

Maui Street. Check it out @ http://mauistreet.blogspot.co.nz/