Te Waipounamu


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Te Waipounamu

(tə hwaɪˈpoːnɑːmuː)
n
(Placename) a Māori name for New Zealand's South Island
[Māori, literally: water and greenstone, from the presence of this stone on the South Island]
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Cultural safety and nursing education in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu.
tahitanga o Te Waipounamu and Pasifika Futures - have had their agreements extended for another three years, says Minister for Wh?
This is a powerful and moving body of work that provides us with a deep look into who we are and how we may position ourselves within Te Waipounamu, Aotearoa and as a Pacific Nation.
1) The name is derived from Te Waipounamu, a Maori name for New Zealand's South Island.
Cultural safety and nursing education in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu (Doctoral thesis), Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand).
The victory at Waiorua [1824] also enabled Ngati Toa Rangatira and allied tribes to establish themselves and undertake further migrations from the Kapiti Coast to settle in Whanganui a Tara (Wellington), Te Tau Ihu (northern South Island) and Te Waipounamu.
Na e hoa ma e nga Iwi Maori e noho nei i Aotearoa me te Waipounamu, He aumihi tonu kei roto i ahau mo koutou kei whakaaro mai ra, to tatou hoa te Kawanatanga, e korero atu ana ahau kia ia, kaore.
6 million hectares, it stretches 280 miles along the western coastline of Te WaiPounamu South Island, from the sea to an elevation of 12,349 feet (Aoraki Mt.
Tania Mataki and Karen Morgan were regional coordinators for Te Waipounamu (South Island).
Put tersely, Malfred has fled from a host of personal demons but also from the South Island which the old Maori called Te Waipounamu ('the waters where greenstone is found'), from land which--Keri Hulme's apposite words 'can be moody and austere and strange, but humming and alive it always is', full of wairua.
Hinerangi Mohi was the nursing student nursing educator Irihapeti Ramsden quoted in the introduction to her 2002 PhD thesis Cultural safety and nursing education in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu.
Cultural safety and nursing education in Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu Unpublished PhD thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand