All Results in Tauranga Moana, Tauranga Whenua topics

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Genealogy Record
In 1993 the Local History Staff of Tauranga District Libraries (as it was called then) compiled a booklet Mana Wahine highlighting the prominent women in the Tauranga Moana area. This
2012
Genealogy Record
In 1993 the Local History Staff of Tauranga District Libraries (as it was called then) compiled a booklet Mana Wahine highlighting the prominent women in the Tauranga Moana area. This
2012
Genealogy Record
In 1993 the Local History Staff of Tauranga District Libraries (as it was called then) compiled a booklet Mana Wahine highlighting the prominent women in the Tauranga Moana area. This
2012
Event
Ngāti Ranginui signed a Treaty of Waitangi Deed of Settlement with the the Crown on 21 June 2012, the 148th anniversary of the Battle of Te Ranga. Over one thousand
2016
Genealogy Record
In 1993 the Local History Staff of Tauranga District Libraries (as it was called then) compiled a booklet Mana Wahine highlighting the prominent women in the Tauranga Moana area. This
2012
Event
Compiled by Evelyn Stokes, Occasional Paper No. 9, Centre for Maori Studies and Research, University of Waikato. October 1980. This document has been placed online with the permission of the
2012
Topic
A list of Tauranga place names and translations put together by Maori services and the Takawaenga unit for Te Wiki o Te reo Maori 2008 but also used in 2012
2014
Topic
Tauranga the place. Tauranga the people
2012
Genealogy Record
In 1993 the Local History Staff of Tauranga District Libraries (as it was called then) compiled a booklet Mana Wahine highlighting the prominent women in the Tauranga Moana area. This
2012
Event
In 1973 the new dining hall Te Aotakawhaki was opened at Maungatapu Pā. The occasion was officiated by the Labour Prime Minister of the time, The Right Honourable Norman Kirk.
2013
Event
One of the most often recounted stories of the Land Wars of the 1860s is that of the battle of Gate Pa. It has captured the public imagination for two
2012
Place
The most well known legend of the western Bay of Plenty is the story of how Mauao (Maunganui) was named.
2012
Event
Te Waiū-o-Te-Tohorā (the breast milk of the whale) is the name of a spring of white water associated with hills around Welcome Bay and Pāpāmoa in the Tauranga area. The
2012
Place
There was once a hill with no name among the many hills and ravines on the edge of the forests of Hautere.
2012
Place
In the rugged forests of Hautere in a settlement called Kotare, there once lived two hapu of Ngamarama, the old tangata whenua of Tauranga Moana. The names of these two
2012
Place
There are two little islands, little bits of land sitting on the mudflats within the boundaries of the City of Tauranga. One is Motuopuhi, which the Pakeha call Rat Island,
2012
Event
The ancient people of Tūhua were patupaiarehe, people with magical powers. When the Hawaiki people settled on Tūhua, the tangata whenua, the patupaiarehe, did not fight. They retreated into the
2012
Place
The tribe called Ngati Ha, who drove the ancestors of Ngaiterangi from Tawhitirahi, were later known as Ngati Pukenga. They joined Rangihouhiri in the fight against Tapuika at Poporohuamea but
2012, 1295, 1305
Event
There is a tributary of the Wairoa River, called Ruangarara, which flows into the main stream from behind the Minden. As the name of this stream suggests, this story is
2012
Event
 Archived version here. Papaki kau ana ngā tai o Mauao I whakanukunukuhia, i whakanekenekehia, I whiua reretia e Hotu, a Wahinerua Ki te wai, ki Taiwiwi, ki Taiwawa, Tihē mauriora,
2012