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Toxic algae warning for Whakaehu Silverstream - once a place Kāi Tahu tīpuna would bathe in, today we are unable to access it.
Decolonising our awa
A new Otago Regional Council Plan, in partnership with mana whenua, looks to restore the mauri of Otago's freshwater bodies.
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Intergenerational connections etched on the walls of Tāhuna
The tenacity and strength of a famous Kāti Māmoe ancestress is celebrated on the streets of Tāhuna Queenstown through Kāi Tahu artworks.
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Rakatahi of Aukaha: Riani Iti-Metuatai
Riani Iti-Metuatai (Te Āti Awa, Kuki Ārani) first joined Aukaha in a role supporting our operations and finance team. Raised in a creative whānau, Riani was naturally drawn to incorporating design aspects into her mahi.
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Transpower Tohu Whenua Unveiling
Te Ara o Kōpūwai
An intriguing mana whenua narrative of Kōpūwai, a giant tipua (ogre) with a pack of two headed dogs, now overlooks the Ida Valley in the form of a tohu whenua (land marker), thanks to a partnership between Transpower and mana whenua ki Āraiteuru.
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