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Taringa Podcast

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

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Want to increase your knowledge of te ao Māori (the Māori world)? With a mixture of Māori and English, the Taringa podcast is the perfect way to learn te reo and tikanga Māori in a fun and relaxed way. Taringa is brought to you by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is one of New Zealand’s largest tertiary education providers. We offer a comprehensive range of qualifications to New Zealanders from all walks of life.
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Join The Spinoff's Ātea editor Leonie Hayden along with Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes and Meriana Johnsen every two weeks for kōrerorero about te ao Māori me te ao hurihuri. The series will feature guests young and old, matatau and fresh as, from here there and everywhere across the motu, but all tangata whenua. Nē? is brought to you by The Spinoff Podcast Network. Hit follow now so you never miss an episode! Nē? is Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air.
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New uploads every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday are stories in ASMR about te ao Māori (the Māori world) and sometimes in Māori. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maryjane4/support
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In an industry underrepresented by Māori, this is a space for inspiration, learning and tautoko. An accessible interview series showcasing Māori who elevate the engineering world. Hosted by Alyce Lysaght (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Pākehā) a first year graduate Water Engineer. For updates on the podcast follow @maori_in_engineering.pod on Instagram. The first season features names such as Troy Brockbank, L'Rey Retana and John Blyth.
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Dr Jessica Hutchings talks about Māori and indigenous food sovereignty, and her practice of this in her own life, through growing food, research and sharing knowledge. She articulates her views on GMOs and the risks that genetic engineering pose to indigenous peoples and their sovereignty. Also, Jessica shares about the difficulties of ensuring Māo…
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Alex Barnes talks about the complexities and benefits co-governance education in Aotearoa through application of te Tiriti o Waitangi, the subject of his recently completed PhD. We also discuss some of our experiences over decades of walking between te ao Māori and te ao Pākehā, and why we perceive them as different worlds. Plus we delve into how w…
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In this episode, Dr Emily Afoa (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāpuhi) shares her values driven journey that’s seen her deep in the academia, consultancy and governance spaces within the engineering industry. Emily is a Chartered Environmental Engineer, Pou Whakarae | Director at Tektus Consultants Limited, Board Member of Association of Consulting and Engineer…
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Hona Black talks about Māori wit and humour and his efforts to help revitalise that particular aspect of te reo. He shares his experience growing up in a Māori speaking household and kura kaupapa, and the challenges of life in a society where the English language and Western cultural norms dominate. Plus, he explores Māori attitudes to sexuality an…
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Dame Anne Salmond talks about her experience of walking between worlds over the past 50 years, witnessing racism and injustice, and working to grow understanding. She shares her views on any moves by the government to review the principles of te Tiriti o Waitangi. She explains that it is the Māori text which was signed and must be adhered to, and h…
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Whirimako Black speaks openly about memories of her early life in Te Urewera and Kawerau and how that has shaped her life and career. She shares her love of mōteatea, her reo and culture, and desire to share that with people. This deep and personal conversation traverses her whānau influences and inspirations, cultural disconnection and reconnectio…
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Kua tata ngā pō o ngā pōtiki a Rehua. Tēnā tātou i tā tātou puni whakamutunga o te tau Pākehā. MC Grammar joins Paraone, Erica, and Te Puaheiri in this final episode of 2023 to discuss kupu related to this time of the year. We explore expressing gratitude for received gifts and, in true Taringa fashion, delve into considerations for those not with …
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In this episode, we are joined once again by the esteemed Korohere Ngāpō who has returned to share some of his knowledge and wisdom around the use of rākau in whaikōrero and other contexts. Check out Episode 34 to learn more about Korohere and te iwi Marutuahu.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
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MC Grammar, Erica and Kahu wānanga about how te reo Māori is influenced by the languages and cultures of Te Moana-nui-a-kiwa - the Pacific. Comparing Pacific languages such as Hawaiian, Cook Islands, Samoan and Niuean with te reo Māori, they also discuss what makes te reo Māori unique.By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
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Raharuhi Koia (Ngāti Porou) is a Pāpā based in Ō Tautahi with his whānau. Raharuhi holds a frank and open kōrero about his life as a Structural Engineer, one of that as a Māori Engineer and what it means to be a good mentor in this changing space. This episode is supported by Te Ao Rangahau Engineering NZ Grant Programme 2023. Enjoy e te iwi!…
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Wete! Snowy and Erica feature a story from the Paki Kēhua podcast (Ep 44) about someone who breaks Tikanga at an Urupā. Reflecting on the ramifications of disregarding Tikanga and sharing some of their own experiences, our hosts shed light on the importance of keeping to proper practices at such a sacred site. You can listen to the full set of stor…
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It's story time again!Featuring episode 33 of the Paki Kēhua podcast, 'The Caveman' is a story about four tourists who pay the ultimate price for their disrespect of a Tūpāpaku.Whakarongo mai as our hosts dive into the tikanga surrounding this story.You can listen to the full set of stories on the Paki Kēhua podcast channel here:AppleSpotify .Paki …
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Our third installment of archives highlighting the Reo of reknowned orators has Paraone and Erica discussing a eulogy for Major Henry Vercoe by Kepa Ehau. Major Vercoe died at his home at Otaramarae, Rotorua In 1962. As an elder of rank and prestige of Ngāti Pikiao, he was a well-known figure throughout Aotearoa. The featured speaker, Kepa Hamuera …
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Paraone & Erica continue their kōrero with Te Makau Shane Te Ruki as he takes us on a fascinating journey exploring the whakapapa, history and forgotten practices of the Nomadic iwi of the central Waikato region; Ngāti Unu. Our kōrero with Shane offers a glimpse into the rich cultural and environmental heritage of the now non-existent bogs of Kakep…
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Paraone Luiten-Apirana (Ngāti Hikairo, Te Arawa, Ngāi Tūhoe) was a kaikōrero in Episode 12. A year and a half later, we recorded this episode ā-tinana and talked about where his life is at now. When we last spoke, Paraone was studying towards his hefty conjoint degree in Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) specialising in mechan…
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In this 2-part series, Te Makau Shane Te Ruki takes us on a fascinating journey exploring the whakapapa, history and forgotten practices of the Nomadic iwi of the central Waikato region; Ngāti Unu. Our kōrero with Shane offers a glimpse into the rich cultural and environmental heritage of the now non-existent bogs of Kakepuku and the tuna heke, as …
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Erica interviews Snowy about his past, present and future. Covering his early years, his introduction and growth in te ao Māori, and his rise through to being a professional Tikanga and Reo Advisor, this is an honest and candid glimpse into the history and current world of Te Puaheiri. Make sure you sign up for Mahuru Māori, e te Iwi - register her…
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Ko Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2023! MC Grammar is back with another reo master class. Snowy and Erica wānanga with Jarred on the ins and outs of Māku & Nāku, Nōku & Mōku and Nāna & Māna. Discussing the functions of these powerful kupu in sentence structures focussing on a person and/or people, this ep is another opportunity to help you level up your re…
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Paki Kēhua, meaning ’ghost story’, is a new podcast channel with a set of stories from the Māori world that will lead you on a journey beyond your known truths.We are joined today by the esteemed Tāwhero Haitana; the creative mind behind the series. Available now on all your favourite streaming platforms. Listen, if you dare!SpotifyApple PodcastsPa…
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E koe! If you haven't seen the Te Reo Māori Disney movies yet, you're in luck. We chat with key figures involved - Tweedie Waititi discusses her role as director and decision-maker, while Hana Mereraiha Skerrett-White delves into the team's intricate process of presenting Disney classics with a Māori perspective.…
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Hona Black, author and recent graduate of Te Tohu Paerua o Te Reo Kairangi, joins us to kōrero about Te Reo, particularly his book -of the book 'He Iti te Kupu: Maori Metaphors and Similes'. The book can be purchased from https://aotearoabooks.co.nz/he-iti-te-kupu-m-ori-metaphors-and-similes/By Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
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Te puni toru rau!Kua aua mai te wā. E Ngāi Taringa kia kotahi ai tō tātou whakanui i tēnei kaupapa a tātou e manaakitia ana e Te Wānanga o Aotearoa nō tana orokohanga mai. Kia kotahi atu ā tātou mihi ki Te Māngai Pāho me Irirangi Te Motu mō rātou i tautoko mai i a Taringa i ngā tau tata nei. E ngā ngutu kākā, e ngā kākā wahanui i whakararahi nei i …
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Josiah Simmonds (Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Ranginui) is doing amazing things the engineering industry. During the episode, he discusses his journey to his career in the stormwater space, what it's like and the 'why' behind working towards the spaces he is now in.Josiah received acknowledgement of his career to date through receiving the title of Young S…
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Recorded in front of a live audience at Ako Ararau - Māori Expo 2023, the team celebrate Matariki by reflecting on the significance of Taringa; the way that the show has influenced thought and discussion, as well as providing opportunities to meet and work alongside wonderful people. There is also a discussion about the meaning of "Tapu".…
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Te reo whakawhāiti. When learning te reo Māori it's easy to get stuck in the black and white of syntax, grammar structures and so forth. However, there are also alot of grey areas which can't be measured by a flow chart. This grey part is tikanga and can only be learned or understood by experience. Whakakāngia tā tātou tīkera, ā, kia whakaoko mai k…
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Bub Konia and Richard Templer are both amazing people in their own right. Their common place of mahi - Te Ao Rangahau | Engineering New Zealand - is one of the things that ties them together and the reason for this paired episode. Bub and Richard speak to the past and present journey the organisation has and is on in embedding te ao Māori in to the…
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Tōia tapotu te waka kōrero ki te wai. Mā wai e tō? Mā Taringa e tō, mā Hoturoa e tō!Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr navigates us through some of his experiences as a Tohunga Whakatere Waka. From these experiences he offers some enlightening insights into our perception of waka, our maritime history and many more.…
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More answers for your questions, e te iwi! We cover pātai both old and new - covering kupu Māori for the word "episode", unpacking the kupu "kawa" when used in a karakia, explanations of Tupuna and their Tikanga around cutting hair, how to reply to the kīwaha “Ko hea koe?" and also thoughts on pōwhiri for people arriving at airports. Lots of mini w…
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Soltice Morrison (Ngāti Whakaue, Ngāti Maniapoto) is an amazing wahine Māori and a wonderful friend of mine since moving to Te Whanganui a Tara. Her mahi has been as a Geoenvironmental Consultant at Aurecon and she has shaped her career to now support the company’s He Rautaki Māori | Māori Strategy. Soltice is also learning te reo Māori on top of f…
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