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  • The unique style of Maori carving is used to record the history, culture and the ancestors of these proud people of New Zealand. Carvings are regarded as taonga, treasures, and are sacred to the Maori. The cultural significance inherent in these carvings is still today an ongoing Maori concern. — “Taonga”, taonga-
  • Welcome to Taonga Glass, an American Glass Blowing Company based in Oahu, Hawaii. We specialize in a wide variety of work, from intricate sculpture to fine vessel making. We also do custom work, especially for interior designs in residential and commercial buildings. — “Home Taonga Glass”,
  • House of Taonga circa 2000. Manifesto. The Salon. George Nuku. Tracey House of Taonga. Heartmusic. Current Artist Releases include: DAM NATIVE: click here HOT. — “House of Taonga”,
  • Te Puia Taonga Gallery houses Maori treasures created and carved onsite at the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua. Buy from a wide range of beautiful wood carvings and jewellery carved from jade (pounamu), bone and paua shell. — “Te Puia Rotorua | Taonga Maori Treasure Gallery | Maori”,
  • Taonga Gender: Feminine Usage: Southern African Means 'we are thankful' in Tumbuka. — “Taonga: Information from ”,
  • Information on New Zealand historic properties. Heritage This Month - electronic newsletter. home | contact us | sitemap | privacy | terms & conditions | helpful hints © New Zealand Historic Places Trust Pouhere Taonga. — “New Zealand Historic Places Trust (Pouhere Taonga)”, .nz
  • {DESCRIPTION} Thank you so much, received my taonga in the post, very professional service, online fast quick and easy, thank you once again". — “NEW ZEALAND TAONGA”,
  • Welcome to The Knowledge Basket's Taonga collection. Elsdon Best. The author, Elsdon Best We are pleased to show new taonga related to our Maori information resources in the form. — “Knowledge Basket New Zealand's Research Archive - Where Is?”, knowledge-basket.co.nz
  • Nga Taonga O Aotearoa - Selling Maori and New Zealand Made Products to Australian based Customers, Welcome to Nga Taonga O Aotearoa. — “ngataonga-o-aotearoa - Home”, ngataonga-o-
  • ANGLICAN TAONGA is published by the Anglican Commission on Communications and distributed to all parishes and agencies of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. — “Anglican Taonga - Anglican Taonga”, .nz
  • A taonga in Māori culture is a treasured thing, whether tangible or intangible. Taonga have constitutional significance in New Zealand, as the second Article of the Treaty of Waitangi guaranteed that the Māori signatories would retain the possession and enjoyment of their taonga under British rule. — “Taonga”,
  • Taonga comes from the Maori language and means something of great value'. This can be either tangible or intangible. I chose this name for my company because I love New Zealand and hope to retire there some day with my wife. But I also felt. — “Taonga Consulting " if information is worth something to you”,
  • Taonga definition at , a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!. — “Taonga | Define Taonga at ”,
  • The Wellington-based trio consists of taonga puoro (musical instruments of the New Zealand Maori) practitioners Henare Walmsley and Alistair Fraser, and classical guitarist and composer Tahu combimes Taonga Puoro (Māori Musical instruments) with waiata and classical guitar to create a unique. — “Tahu - Home”, .nz
  • Taonga Puoro are the musical instruments of the Maori people of The name Taonga Puoro means 'singing treasures' and denotes how highly the instruments are valued, both for the beauty of the sound, the instrument itself and the story of the Taonga. — “”, resonance.co.nz
  • Free online dictionary with video examples from comedians, celebrities, sports-stars - and you! Your life, your words, your dictionary. Be the first to explore: taonga upload. No video for this word, yet. We're a video dictionary, but we're new and there are many words in the English. — “taonga - wordia”,
  • Definition of taonga in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of taonga. Pronunciation of taonga. Translations of taonga. taonga synonyms, taonga antonyms. Information about taonga in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “taonga - definition of taonga by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • taonga is using Twitter. Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in touch with taonga. hopes you'll apply for #midnightnote funds if ya need help getting to #webstock. — “Timothy Greig (taonga) on Twitter”,
  • A taonga in Māori culture is a treasured thing, whether tangible or intangible. Taonga have constitutional significance in New Zealand, as the second Article of the Treaty of Waitangi guaranteed that the Māori signatories would retain the possession and enjoyment of their taonga under British rule. — “ - Taonga from Wikipedia”,
  • Taonga summary with 2 pages of lesson plans, quotes, chapter summaries, ***ysis, encyclopedia entries, essays, research information, and more. — “Taonga Summary and ***ysis Summary | ”,
  • Taonga Safaris is a Livingstone registered company that has been game viewing and chasing the sun for over ten years. Our customer's satisfaction is second to none. Taonga has a well stocked bar and full barbeque and other amenities for your. — “Taonga Safaris Livingstone”,
  • Taonga have constitutional significance in New Zealand, as the second Article of the Treaty of Waitangi guaranteed that the Māori signatories would retain the possession and enjoyment of their taonga under British rule. What constitutes a taonga has been the subject of fierce debate, as. — “Taonga - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • This website is about graphic design and creative works. — “TaongaDesign : Offical site”,

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  • Above About half of the taonga were taonga puoro musical instruments while the others were stunning examples of various
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  • the skull was removed leaving only the jaw bone It s impossible to say why or exactly when this happened perhaps the skull was kept separately or used for another ceremonial purpose Burials 1 7 were a mixture of male and female tupuna ancestors most of which were buried in the same position face down with limbs outstretched and in several cases with one hand
  • Museum to study the taonga but was soon back when Eyles found a third grave in the same location This time Duff was on hand to record exactly the circumstances of the tupuna s burial Thus began an era of professional scientists excavating at Wairau Bar and the beginning of a revolution in how we think about the first people to settle in New Zealand to be continued
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  • moa egg crushed two complete whale tooth necklaces two necklaces made from hundreds of porpoise teeth and 14 adzes some of them 45cm 18 inches long and 4 5kg 10 pounds in weight Eyles s discovery soon attracted the attention of Roger Duff ethnologist at the Canterbury Museum He travelled to Wairau Bar later that month and was stunned by what he saw it far
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  • He Taonga mo Aotearoa A gift from Maori and all New Zealanders to the world The Pou Kapua Taonga is a significant Maori Pacific Indigenous cultural arts project The Pou Kapua
  • Burials 1 7 were a mixture of male and female tupuna ancestors most of which were buried in the same position face down with limbs outstretched and in several cases with one hand
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  • Taonga Iti Food For Life and Spirit Multimedia on paper 8 x 10 Framed
  • Taonga by Roger Thompson The Maori by Markus Hall and Mats Indseth
  • All from Owairaka School Auckland 9 13 Years Individual Copper Skink By Powhenua Hoani Murray 9 Western Springs Auckland
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  • this a wholesale site serving retailers All prices shown are retail prices For the Taonga featherweight sheepskin coat retailer nearest you please email us at steve Taongasheepskins com Featuring the Extraordinary Sheepskin Coat No longer do you need to settle for the heavy chunky sheepskin coats commonly available Taonga sheepskins specializes in lightweight soft and
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  • replica of a tooth that it even included the hollow root which allowed the creator to drill two holes through the thinner walls of the cavity in order to thread the tooth on a necklace Eyles and Duff then decided to deliberately plough this new area of burials in the hope of uncovering more a method that fills modern archaeologists and iwi with horror but I guess we
  • the Murupara Borough Council However the libraries at Waimana Edgecumbe Ohope and Matata were operated entirely on a voluntary donation basis and did not develop beyond book exchanges The libraries of the district were all brought together to operate as the Whakatane District Libraries during the local government reform of 1989 Volunteers continue to play an important
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  • The human remains along with the associated burial offerings and taonga have been studied and stored at Canterbury Museum since their unearthing Many of the most spectacular artifacts are
  • ANNE MARIE VERBEEK Environmental Terrorist BODHI VINCENT Atahaa from Epic Voyage series Tell us what you think about this exhibition comments will be posted on this page
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  • 44 tupuna were excavated at Wairau Bar The last archaeological work was completed in the 1960 s by Canterbury Museum and we are the first team allowed to excavate at the site since then The human remains along with the associated burial offerings and taonga have been studied and stored at Canterbury Museum since their unearthing Many of the most spectacular artifacts are
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  • Excerpts from 'Taonga - Dust, Water, Wind' by Atamira Dance Company (2010 Season)
  • Crank dat kondwa and taonga This is my lil brother and sister crankin that soulja boy at home...enjoy
  • Duet for Taonga Puoro and Saxophone Thir*** Minutes of Unbridled Fury Blair Clarke - Saxophone, Jeremy Hantler - Purerehua, Pūtorino
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  • WOF2 Episode 11 - Sleep Apnoea Part 3 of 3 Taonga Tangaere -- Ngäti Porou sleeps every night attached to a machine.At the age of nine Taonga Tangaere was diagnosed with this life-threatening sleeping disorder Sleep Apnoea -- a condition usually associated with adults. Taonga shares his battle to reclaim the night and sleep without on his own without his machine. Part 3 of 3
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  • Excerpts from Taonga - dust, water, wind - by Atamira Dance Company Taonga - Dust, Water, Wind. A dance work by Atamira Dance company, choreographed by Louise Potiki Bryant, featuring taonga puoro (music using traditional Maori instruments) by Richard Nunns and a score by Paddy Free
  • Tommy Taurima - He taonga tapu (1994 NZ advert) Tommy Taurimas performing arts group in 1994, Nga mahi a tane rore sing 'He taonga tapu' for the cot death association in 1994. The group clips were filmed outside the Otara music and arts centre (OMAC).
  • Taonga Zoo bird show - Part 2
  • Kete Aronui Episode 7: Part 3 of 3 James Webster of Maori and European descent, has worked as a mixed media artist with wood, stone, bone, paint, fibre and metal and as a ta moko artist. One of James greatest passions is making and playing Taonga Puoro (traditional Maori Musical Instruments).
  • Rob Thorne nga taonga puoro.mov Rob Thorne (Ngati Maru, Ngati Rahiri Tumutumu, and Pakeha), nga taonga puoro player and maker. Rob plays nga taonga puoro, Maori traditional instruments, at Standing Ground Toitu Te Whenua: Concert for the Manawatu River FEBRUARY 2010.
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  • Room 1 -Taonga Rm 1 have been learning about taonga (treasure) this year,with the focus being largely on taonga in our environment. This movie represents a huge chunk of their learning and has been made to show people how we can make a difference with our two hands. Rm 1 would like to encourage everyone to do their bit for the environment.
  • Taonga unveiled to assist tertiary students. A taonga has been launched to assist tertiary students throughout the country. Te Kaiako Pono is a new resource that was launched by Te Puni Kokiri last night. Te Karere Maori News - 13 August 2010.
  • Kete Aronui Episode 7: Part 2 of 3 James Webster of Maori and European descent, has worked as a mixed media artist with wood, stone, bone, paint, fibre and metal and as a ta moko artist. One of James greatest passions is making and playing Taonga Puoro (traditional Maori Musical Instruments).
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  • James Webster on CreativeNZ James Webster video clip compiled by Creative NZ. Excerpts from Kete Aronui interview with Hauororua soundtrack. James Webster of Maori and European descent, has worked as a mixed media artist with wood, stone, bone, paint, fibre and metal and as a ta moko artist. One of James greatest passions is making and playing Taonga Puoro (traditional Maori Musical Instruments)
  • Taonga Puora - Putatara Mahina Kaui presents a few of her 'Taonga Puoro' from around Hokianga and some stories associated to them...
  • Living Taonga (Doco Trailer) South Seas Film School Biography of 102-year-old Zella Roberts, resident of Takapuna, Auckland. ('Taonga' can be loosely translated as 'treasure') Presenter/Narrator - Lindsay Duncan Director - Joanne Rye Producer - Eva Inauen Camera - Shane Jones Sound - Gavin Ravlich Editor - Conan Stott This documentary was produced by South Seas Film & Television School students for their final project in 2007.
  • The Woolshed Sessions - Age Pryor - Waterfall - Society films This is a song by Age Pryo and the Woolshed Sessions Produced and filmed by Society Films and directored by Michael Sunderland. Filmed 2009 at the Downstage Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand A bunch of Wellington musicians got together in an old woolshed in the Takaka Valley to record some songs. From this summertime project, The Woolshed Sessions album was born. Distinguished by lashings of lap-steel guitar, lush vocal harmony sing-a-longs, taonga puoro and banjo, The Woolshed Sessions is a fresh approach to New Zealand songwriting. Starring in The Woolshed Sessions are Age Pryor - guitar/vocals; Andy Hummel - guitar/vocals; Jess Chambers - guitar/vocals; Justin Firefly Clarke -- guitar, banjo, vocals; Al Fraser - taonga puoro, guitar/vocals; Lee Prebble - lap steel; Peter Hill -- bass; and Brett Skinner -- drums. www.downstage.co.nz societyfilms.co.nz
  • The Woolshed Sessions - Justin Firefly Clarke - Society Films This is a song by Justin Firefly Clarke and the Woolshed Sessions Produced and filmed by Society Films and directored by Michael Sunderland. Filmed 2009 at the Downstage Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand A bunch of Wellington musicians got together in an old woolshed in the Takaka Valley to record some songs. From this summertime project, The Woolshed Sessions album was born. Distinguished by lashings of lap-steel guitar, lush vocal harmony sing-a-longs, taonga puoro and banjo, The Woolshed Sessions is a fresh approach to New Zealand songwriting. Starring in The Woolshed Sessions are Age Pryor - guitar/vocals; Andy Hummel - guitar/vocals; Jess Chambers - guitar/vocals; Justin Firefly Clarke -- guitar, banjo, vocals; Al Fraser - taonga puoro, guitar/vocals; Lee Prebble - lap steel; Peter Hill -- bass; and Brett Skinner -- drums. www.downstage.co.nz societyfilms.co.nz
  • He Taonga Puoro a Horomona History and genealogy of my life journey - my past, present and future. Horomona Potini
  • Me & Taonga- I'll stand by you :) me & taongaa lip singing to gleee :D at taongas house hahaha
  • Taonga, Ice Hotel Sweden 2008 The most sophisiticated ice suite in the hotel this year: spacious, with variety of ice sculputres and intricate ice carvings.
  • Dolphin Decision: Fishermen versus Mauis Dolphins The fishing industry refuse to admit they are even a threat to the Mauis Dolphins, but the fact is they are the biggest threat. Help stop the dolphins extinction and support set net free seas.
  • Taonga Kamau speed mix in "big liver place" 17/05/2010
  • WOF2 Episode 11 - Sleep Apnoea Part 2 of 3 Taonga Tangaere -- Ngäti Porou sleeps every night attached to a machine.At the age of nine Taonga Tangaere was diagnosed with this life-threatening sleeping disorder Sleep Apnoea -- a condition usually associated with adults. Taonga shares his battle to reclaim the night and sleep without on his own without his machine. Part 2 of 3
  • Taonga Puoro Mahina Kaui from Hokianga shares some of her maori instruments and stories
  • Ngaro Rangi Taonga Pūoro - The Forgotten Maori Musical Instruments (trailer) Ngaro Rangi Taonga Pūoro - The Forgotten Maori Musical Instruments. (Preview) Dr. hc Richard Nunns from New Zealand and Benjamin Ochse explore the lost voices of Taonga Pūoro (traditional Maori musical instruments) collected more than 225 years ago by James Cook and his crew. They were probably last heard and played in Queen Charlotte Sound on the South Island of New Zealand. Scope. The video documentary explores the collection of Taonga Pūoro artefacts held at the Georg-August University of Göttingen in Germany. Collected during the three Pacific voyages undertaken by James Cook and may be by Johann and Georg Forster between 1768 and 1780, these 225-year-old artefacts provide a rare insight into the New Zealand cultures James Cook encountered. Richard Nunns will explain the cultural background of these instruments and will demonstrate how to play and handle them. Dr. hc Richard Nunns has been described as one of New Zealand's most remarkable musicians. A Pakeha (European New Zealander) who has become the living authority on Taonga Pūoro, his journey has required a great deal of respect, perseverance and sensitivity - characteristics that inevitably emerge in the depths of his own music. He has a long history of personal commitment to researching and presenting / performing the traditional musical instruments of the Maori, and to organizing this body of knowledge into a form that is immediately understandable to people in general. If you like to learn more about this ...
  • Taonga Market: It's Our Time to Learn This 11-minute video shows how Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI) has reached out-of-school youth, HIV/AIDS orphans and primary school students in Zambia. Interactive Radio Instruction was developed over 30 years ago, and has helped to improve education access and the quality of learning in developing countries around the world. In addition to helping build basic skills in literacy and numeracy, IRI programs also help prepare youth for life through the inclusion of civic education, health and life skills content.
  • Taonga - Marten 49 Day saling on the IJsselmeer (Netherlands) on a Marten 49 (Taonga).
  • Hauiti workshop with Cambridge University about digitising taonga Toi Hauiti workshop with Cambridge University about digitising taonga
  • Ta Moko Panel - Tales from Te Papa episode 24 Te Papa is home to a number of precious carved taonga, although none quite like the impressive three-dimensional faces of the Ta Moko Panel.TALES FROM TE PAPA is a fascinating new series of mini-documentaries for TVNZ 6 that showcase many of the exciting, wonderful and significant pieces that are held in our national museum. Tales from Te Papa is commissioned by TVNZ 6, in partnership with Te Papa. www.tepapa.govt.nz
  • Taonga: The Roaring Forties A video i put together from the footage i got when visiting New Zealand and Australia's subantarctic islands in the Southern Ocean. A lot of birds. Amazing places.
  • WOF2 Episode 11 - Sleep Apnoea Part 1 of 3 Taonga Tangaere -- Ngäti Porou sleeps every night attached to a machine.At the age of nine Taonga Tangaere was diagnosed with this life-threatening sleeping disorder Sleep Apnoea -- a condition usually associated with adults. Taonga shares his battle to reclaim the night and sleep without on his own without his machine. Part 1 of 3
  • Maori Songs TE HOKINGA MAI (with Lyrics) #2 This video with lyrics added is for education purposes. TE HOKINGA MAI became well-known when recorded by the children of Paki Paki School. It was featured in a television documentary about the Te Maori exhibition in the USA and New Zealand. A song of welcome composed for the return of Maori taonga in 1986, on their return from the Te Maori art exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Te Māori returned home as Te Māori-Te Hokinga Mai, 1986-1987 to tour the National museum in Wellington, Otago Museum, City Art Gallery, Christchurch and Auckland City Art Gallery. The exhibition consisted of 174 taonga from different tribal areas that were in NZ museums throughout the country. 38 taonga came from the National museum, now Te Papa. (click here to read more) blog.tepapa.govt.nz TE HOKINGA MAI - Te Taite Cooper and Father Mariu, 1986, (click here for lyrics and translation of TE HOKINGA MAI) .nz ENJOY WHANAU...
  • Nga Taonga Mai Tawhiti ...waiata-tira Nga Taonga Mai Tawhiti regionals 2010
  • Kete Aronui Episode 7 : Part 1 of 3 James Webster of Maori and European descent, has worked as a mixed media artist with wood, stone, bone, paint, fibre and metal and as a ta moko artist. One of James greatest passions is making and playing Taonga Puoro (traditional Maori Musical Instruments)
  • Taonga tryin 2 play amazing grace bass solo Jtctkzee's webcam recorded Video - Mon 14 Dec 2009 18:22:12 PST

Blogs & Forum
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  • “Taonga. By Brett_Filmfan - E-mail this page - Add to My Favorites - Add to Blog List - See About this Blog. Ideas, notes, thoughts - all the things you might treasure, all the”
    — Blogit > Taonga,

  • “The Waitangi Tribunal is not a forum for appeals against immigration decisions. " The argument that Mr ???? is a taonga to his wife, and therefore decisions affecting him would impugn her Treaty rights, are not at all persuasive. On that basis,”
    TAONGA - .nz Papa Panui - Notices | Forums | Newbie, .nz

  • “A table is laden with sawn beef bones , bamboo bits and chunks of wood. They are open cylinders waiting to be polished and carved – fledgling Māori wind”
    Taonga Revival | TE KARAKA, tekaraka.co.nz

  • “ANGLICAN TAONGA is published by the Anglican Commission on Communications and distributed to all parishes and agencies of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia”
    — Forum / Common Life / News / Anglican Taonga - Anglican Taonga, .nz

  • “ in developing, implementing and maintaining taonga databases. We last had a hui in 2006 around the National Digital Forum and we're convening a group got a few ideas that we'll discuss on the blog a bit later. Next entry in this Collections Online”
    — Search Results taonga " Te Papa's Blog, blog.tepapa.govt.nz

  • “The New Zealand Anglican news website, Taonga, has, without much fanfare, rolled out a significant upgrade. In a country clearly on the cutting edge of”
    Taonga website upgrade | Liturgy, liturgy.co.nz

  • “Kia ora. Ko Jacqueline Snee taku ingoa. Ko Ngati Porou me Ngati Kahungunu oku iwi. Ko ahau te kaitiaki o nga pukapuka raupapa kei Tamaki Paenga”
    — Puritia nga taonga a nga tipuna kei rite ki te ngaro o te Moa,

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