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ngati

(ˈnɑːtiː)
n, pl ngati
NZ (occurring as part of the name of a tribe) tribe or clan
[Māori]
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The ceremony was led by Ngati Rehia, the tangata whenua of the area.
John Hall, the dean of Westminster, a song by the NgAti RAnana London MAori Club, spoken word by Jaspreet Kaur and a rendition of Paul Simon's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" by the University of Portsmouth Gospel Choir.
Vector partnered with Ngati Whatua Orakei on a revolutionary community housing project.
Rangihuna, of Ngati Porou descent, won the Sunday Star Times short story competition late last year with Piro.
Ngati was widely acclaimed as the first feature film made by a member of an indigenous community.
This article focuses on exploring how the Tsilhqot'in Nation case compares with the leading Aboriginal title case in New Zealand: Attorney-General v Ngati Apa?
Porirua stalwart Ngati Toa Kaumatua Kahu Ropata spoke of the respect the rugby great had in the town and how he was respected by everyone.
The last great tribes to hold Auckland under their own muscle were Ngati Whatua and Ngati Paoa, but they got cleaned out by a musket-fuelled Ngapuhi raiding army of several thousand men in 1821 as historian Paul Moon has written:
To explore the effectiveness and acceptability of a nurse-led Maori diabetes programme run by Te Hauora O Ngati Rarua for their clients.
This provides Ngati Toa with a wide range of special powers, holding reserves in fee simple, granting of governance arrangements with eleven councils giving special involvement with planning and control of large swathes of the coast.
Dame Iritana Tawhiwhirangi (Ngati Porou, Ngati Kahungunu, Nga Puhi) is a leader in the Kohanga Reo (Language Nest) movement in Aotearoa (New Zealand).
resulted in a discussion between Tainui and Ngati Kahungunu tribal