Waikaremoana


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Waikaremoana

(waɪˈkɒrəməʊˌɑːnə)
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(Placename) Lake Waikaremoana a lake in the North Island of New Zealand in a dense bush setting. Area: about 55 sq km (21 sq miles)
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I am extremely grateful to Dr Waikaremoana Waitoki and her editorial team who conceptualised and developed a fine special section on Indigenous Psychology.
In her master's study of Maori pre-colonial stories, ceremonies and practices regarding menstruation, Murphy (Ngati Manawa, Ngati Ruapani ki Waikaremoana, Tuhoe, Ngati Kahungunu) researched original stories and songs that described menstruation as coming from Papatuanku herself, as being "a matrilineal river of power".
Te Wairoa comprises 7 iwi and hapEa[beaucoup moins que] clusters covering northern Hawke s Bay and southern Gisborne and the township of Wairoa, Lake Waikaremoana and the Mahia peninsula.
A late-Holocene and prehistoric record of environmental change from Lake Waikaremoana, New Zealand.
Tuhoe's lead negotiator is optimistic the iwi could sign a settlement including self-government of Te Urewera National Park and Lake Waikaremoana as early as next year.
Under the partnership Air New Zealand's sole major sponsorship of the Great Walks network will incorporate nine of New Zealand's finest tracks; Rakiura, Kepler, Milford, Routeburn, Heaphy, Abel Tasman Coast, Whanganui River Journey, Tongariro and Lake Waikaremoana.
Waikaremoana opened in 1929 and was linked to both Napier and Wellington.
Air New Zealand's search for The Great Walker is being run in association with New Zealand's Department of Conservation (DOC) and will see four global winners take on New Zealand's premier DOC tracks; Abel Tasman Coast, Heaphy, Kepler, Lake Waikaremoana, Milford, Rakiura, Routeburn, Tongariro and Whanganui Journey.