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Nau mai, Haere mai, Tauti mai hoki ki tēneki wahi. He kaupapa tēneki hai āwhina mai i a koe ki te rangahau mātauranga Māori. Welcome to this library guide to assist you in finding information to support your study, learning, research and enquiry into Te Ao Māori. If you have any queries or if assistance is required, feel free to use any of my details that are just to the right to contact me.

 

 

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What I am currently reading:
Te Ngakau, written by Te Ahukaramu Royal totally in Te Reo Māori
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Journal of the Polynesian Society
 

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