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The pillow has been smoothed on more than one occasion, but the Māori language has refused to lie down and die. Mana looks at iwi and state efforts to revive one of Aotearoa's most distinctive national treasures. Read more
In February 2016, a Givealittle campaign raised $2 million and secured Awaroa inlet in Abel Tasman National Park for the nation. Storyteller Talia Marshall went on a journey to Awaroa to find the bones of her ancestor, Tutepourangi of Ngāti Kuia, who gave one million acres of Te Tau Ihu—including Awaroa—to Ngāti Koata as a gesture of peace. A descendant of both iwi, she asks—who belongs to Awaroa? Read more

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