Te WHANAU (the family): a celebration of Te Whanau O Waipareira
The story of Waipareira, as told in their own words by the participants, of how to assert themselves economically, socially and culturally in the highly competitive environment of the 21st century technology revolution.
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The Quotes Spoken from the Heart of Te Whanau
Story of the Movement
Early Days of the Trust
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