Ngāi Tahu - New Zealand South Island Maori tribal website. Information on our culture, legends, business activities, editorials and Crown Settlement Offer updates.

Ngāi Tahu - New Zealand South Island Maori tribal website. Information on our culture, legends, business activities, editorials and Crown Settlement Offer updates.

Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand – Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand is building a comprehensive guide to our peoples, natural envi...

Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand – Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand is building a comprehensive guide to our peoples, natural envi...

Tui Kainga by Shane Hansen for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Tui Kainga by Shane Hansen for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

"It is in the taking care of ourselves we learn the ability to take     care of others."  Celia Lashlie was a New Zealand author, a former prison officer, and a  strong voice and advocate for at-risk families.  Celia was born in Taihape, married at 19, and had two children. In 1985, as  a solo mum, Celia became the first woman in New Zealand to work as an  officer in a men's prison. She worked in prisons until 1999, when she  resigned from her role as manager of Christchurch Women's Pris...

Celia Lashlie (1953 - 2015), Author and Social Justice Advocate

"It is in the taking care of ourselves we learn the ability to take care of others." Celia Lashlie was a New Zealand author, a former prison officer, and a strong voice and advocate for at-risk families. Celia was born in Taihape, married at 19, and had two children. In 1985, as a solo mum, Celia became the first woman in New Zealand to work as an officer in a men's prison. She worked in prisons until 1999, when she resigned from her role as manager of Christchurch Women's Pris...

Meri Te Tai Mangakahia (1868–1920) campaigned for women’s suffrage in New Zealand. She was the first woman to address the Maori Kotahitanga Parliament in 1893, arguing that women should vote and hold office.

Meri Te Tai Mangakahia (1868–1920) campaigned for women’s suffrage in New Zealand. She was the first woman to address the Maori Kotahitanga Parliament in 1893, arguing that women should vote and hold office.

Wearing it on the face, says Ōtautahi master carver and tohunga moko Riki Manuel, shows a great commitment to the culture: it is an indelible part of how the world sees you as a person.

Wearing it on the face, says Ōtautahi master carver and tohunga moko Riki Manuel, shows a great commitment to the culture: it is an indelible part of how the world sees you as a person.

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