Dame Whina Cooper: A NZ iconic photo of Dame Whina and her mokopuna. Write a recount of the dialogue between the pair as they walked together returning to Dame Whina's house in the Far North.
Te Ara turapa panel
This turapa (tukutuku) pattern, called Te Ara, is unique to Te Arawa. It symbolises the voyage of the canoe Te Arawa from Taputapuatea to Maketū 26 generations ago.
Williams, Herbert William 1860-1937 :Designs of ornamentation on Maori rafters. Nos. 25, 26, 27 [1890s] | National Library of New Zealand
No 25 is 'An Arawa form of Mangopare' (the pattern of the tahuhu, cf no. 3 in the same sequence); No. 26 is 'An Arawa form of 5' (a pattern once ve...
Lion Red is a full-bodied malt flavoured beer, balanced with pleasant hop bitterness. It is batch brewed using high quality malt and the finest New Zealand hops. This leading New Zealand beer's history dates back to 1907. Originally known as "Lion Beer", this brand became known to the general public as "Lion Red", which aptly described its red-coloured label and can. Lion Breweries responded by officially changing the brand's name to Lion Red in the mid 1980's.
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New Zealand Government referendums 2020
This is the official Government website that provides factual and impartial information about the 2 referendums being held at the General Election, on cannabis and the End of Life Choice Act.
Page Blackie Gallery artists: Derek Cowie, Paul DIBBLE, Andrew Drummond, Dick FRIZZELL, Max GIMBLETT, Marita Hewitt, Michael Hight, Karl Maughan, Sarah Munro, Reuben Paterson, Toby Raine, Heather STRAKA, Ngataiharuru TAEPA, Elizabeth THOMSON, Jasmine Togo-Brisby, John WALSH, Emily Wolfe, Mountford Tosswill Woollaston, Rita Angus, Ben Cauchi, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Philip...
Cinderella advertising the products of Kaiapoi Mills, circa 1905. It actually looks very similar to the Christchurch Exhibition set of six designs. Indeed it was done by the same firm; the Christchurch Press Co.,