aroha

aroha

(ˈɑːrɒhə)
n
NZ love, compassion, or affectionate regard
[Māori]
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AROHA was a 100-1 maiden when finishing third in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot.
The woman worked as a nurse in a local hospital nearby but does not possess any professional nurse training," said Vipin Tanda, Aroha's Superintendent of Police(SP).
"In wearing this taonga, let it lift you with pride, with purpose and in the knowledge that it is embraced with trust and aroha from all your nursing colleagues of the ENS.
Jacinda Ardern holds her daughter Neve Te Aroha, as her husband Clarke Gayford (L) looks on at the United Nations in New York.
With a cost of between Aus$100 (US$70) and $500 per plate, Queensland local Aroha Liebhart isn't a fan and thinks the emojis could attract unwanted attention.
New Zealand's parliament has worked to become more baby-friendly in recent months and Ardern's daughter, Neve Te Aroha, will be allowed to cuddle with her mother during debates and swim in the pool alongside other legislators' children.
Nancy Povey, 90, a talented pianist and music lover, said she was delighted to listen to the Aroha Junior Choir perform for residents at Hillbury House Care Home, Wrexham.
TE Aroha Keenan has warned Chiara Semple to watch her back with the Kiwi shooter in red-hot form heading into this weekend's Netball Super League doubleheader.
Coach Te Aroha Keenan paired Northern Ireland international Lisa Bowman with Sophie Hankin in attack as the hosts sought to put early pressure on struggling Storm.
Loraine Anne Jayme, 35, a resident of Te Aroha, pleaded guilty to 284 immigration fraud charges after the country's immigration department unraveled her visa scam back in October 2015, where she forged work experience documents and applications of 17 overseas Filipino workers in exchange for money and work, The New Zealand Herald reported.
Forced to journey without tracks in jandals and longjohns wayfarers needs weave from found and bequeath a kahuwhakamarumaruwairua or bleed into darkness Aue Aue Aue Wairua a tupuna breathe aroha impervious to blizzards weave a cloak with hood hand kissed throat clasp brushed with lips kihi to dispel shadow.