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Hauraki Gulf Kōrero
Stories from the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi. Hosted by Qiane Matata-Sipu.
Sep 16, 2021
Kōrero 10 - Alex Rogers
Alex Rogers shares his kōrero about the politics of protecting and restoring the Hauraki Gulf, the successes and frustrations of the Hauraki Gulf Forum model, and how an upgraded Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Act could lead to a healthier future for Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi.
Sep 9, 2021
Kōrero 9 - Mook Hohneck and Nicola MacDonald
Mook Hohneck (Ngāti Manuhiri) and Nicola MacDonald (Ngāti Rehua, Ngāti Wai, Te Rarawa and Taranaki iwi) share their kōrero about Te Hauturu-ō-Toi, how our current laws are enabling continued destruction of te taiao, and the importance of Māori leadership in ensuring regeneration and restoration of our natural world.
Sep 2, 2021
Kōrero 8 - Billy Brown
Billy Brown (Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki) shares his kōrero about Ngā Pona Toru ō Peretū (Rangitoto) and the story behind that and other ingoa known to Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki, their recent win against the Crown in the Supreme Court, and how to move from a long phase of taking from te taiao to one of restoration and deepening connections leading to a better future for our next generations.
Jun 4, 2021
Kōrero 7 - Bobby Newson
Bobby Newson (Ngāpuhi, Te Rarawa, Te Tao Maui) shares his kōrero about the pressures facing the Hauraki Gulf, collaboration between Tāmaki Paenga Hira and the Noises islands, and the importance of listening to our rangatahi and our moana - "the moana has a lot of messages we are missing".
May 20, 2021
Kōrero 6 - Liane Ngamane
Liane Ngamane (Ngāti Tamaterā, Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Whanaunga and Ngāti Pāoa) shares her kōrero about the state of Tīkapa Moana, the rāhui laid down by Ngāti Tamaterā around Te Mata and Tapu on the western shores of the Coromandel, and her aspirations for a healthier, more abundant Hauraki Gulf for future generations.
May 2, 2021
Kōrero 5 - Rosie Nathan and Kim Collins
Rosie Nathan (Ngāti Whātua, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Porou) and Kim Collins share their kōrero about Foundation North’s transformational Gulf Innovation Fund Together (GIFT), from taking a conscious decision to break some of the usual rules of philanthropy, to putting the restoration of mauri at the heart of the fund’s purpose, and being rewarded for taking a risk on a number of innovative projects to help heal the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi. See more at https://giftreport.org.nz/
Apr 15, 2021
Kōrero 4 - Dr Rochelle Constantine and Matt Ball
Dr Rochelle Constantine (University of Auckland) and Matt Ball (Ports of Auckland) share their kōrero about saving our tohorā - Bryde's whales - from the moment they knew something had to be done, to the challenges of bringing together key stakeholders, and their ultimate success in agreeing a voluntary protocol to slow ship speeds to 10kts in the Hauraki Gulf which has since saved 15 whales and counting.
1 hr 1 min
Apr 1, 2021
Kōrero 3 - Donna Tamaariki and Moana Tamaariki-Pohe
Twin sisters Moana Tamaariki-Pohe and Donna Tamaariki (Ngāti Whatua Ōrākei, Te Waiohua, Cook Islands, Tahitian) share their kōrero about their beloved Ōkahu bay, looking back across generations with stories of past abundance, to post-colonial degradation of the moana, and recent restoration of mauri with the removal of moorings, kūtai replensihment, and aihe returning to the bay.
Mar 18, 2021
Kōrero 2 - Dean Ogilvie & Lucy Tukua
Dean Ogilvie (Ngāti Paoa, Te Uri Karaka, Te Rarawa) & Lucy Tukua (Ngāti Tahinga, Ngāti Paoa, Ngāti Whanaunga) share their kōrero about Waiheke, from the deep history of Ngāti Paoa on the motu, to colonisation and alienation, and more recently a reconnection – leading to successful collaboration with the community, and the laying of a rāhui.
Feb 25, 2021
Kōrero 1 - Dr Dan Hikuroa
Dr Dan Hikuroa (Ngāti Maniapoto, Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Whanaunga) shares his kōrero about how mātauranga Māori can restore the mauri of the Hauraki Gulf, and whether Tīkapa Moana, Te Moananui-ā-Toi could one day have its own legal personality, like the Whanganui and Te Uruwera.