3 edition of Takaparawhau found in the catalog.
Collection of stories written by people who camped on the land, and by those who supported the occupation.
|Other titles||Takaparawha, Bastion Point 20 year commemoration book|
|LC Classifications||HD1120.5.Z9 B378 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||98214953|
The structure of Papatūānuku the Earth Mother, proposed by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and part-funded by Auckland Council, would stand 30 to 50 metres tall on the historic headland of Takaparawhau. A landmark depiction of the eviction of protestors from Takaparawhau (Bastion Point). From 5 January until 25 May , Ngāti Whātua reclaimed the land, building living areas and planting crops. On the th day, protestors, who were engaged in non-violent resistance, were arrested by police and army officers.
Rare Books, Maps, Ephemera and Early Photographs. The sale features an important collection of New Zealand literature; First edition of George French Angas's 'The . December Joe Hawke, who led the occupation of Bastion Point/Takaparawhau from January to May , visited Ihumātao to give his support and some advice to those occupying the land. The same month, Fletcher Building was given the green light for the housing development but Heritage New Zealand denied them the ability to build.
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Takaparawhau is one of the student books created for the Te Wahi me te Taiao series. The subject of this book is the Takaparawhau (Bastion Point) area and the history of the relationships between the tangata whenua, the sea and the environment.
This series for years links to the Te Wahi me te Taiao strand of the Tikanga ā-Iwi learning area. Takaparawhau: The People's Story: Bastion Point 20 Year Commemoration Book. Sharon Hawke. Moko Productions, - Bastion Point (N.Z.) - 84 pages.
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Robin Morrison was one of New Zealand’s most celebrated photojournalists. His striking, unpretentious images allowed us to see ourselves, and our way of life, as if for the first time. 'A decade of days' features a selection of Robin’s black and white photographs of his city, Auckland, from to On 25 MayNew Zealand police and army officers forcibly removed hundreds of protesters from Takaparawhā / Bastion Point.
It was the end of a day-protest by Ngāti Whatua Ōrakei who sought to retain their land and prevent the government's plans to develop luxury housing there.
"The grim procession of army trucks trundling through Auckland streets was like a flashback to unhappier lands and times. We would never want to see them again 'Left Without a Choice', New Zealand Herald Edition editorial, 26 Maypage 6.
Inthe National government led by Prime Minister Robert Muldoon announced plans to sell off and subdivide twenty-four hectares of land at. Police and army personal removed people from Bastion Point, Auckland, ending an occupation that had begun in January Ngāti Whātua were protesting against the loss of land in the Ōrakei Block, which had once been declared ‘absolutely inalienable’.
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Takaparawhau: the people's story: Bastion Point 20 year commemoration book. [Sharon Hawke;] -- Collection of stories written by people who camped on the land, and by those who supported the occupation.
Ten years after the eviction, inthe Waitangi Tribunal recommended that the government return Takaparawhau to Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. Tino rangatiratanga T-shirt, beret and badge, Take a unique adventure and explore our Auckland Māori Land at Takaparawhau.
The whenua (land) encompasses Orākei Marae, our nursery and gardens, lush native bush and so much more. Discover more about our land online now. Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei say they would have ceased to exist if their land at Takaparawhau was not returned. 40 years ago today Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei and its supporters began a day.
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Orakei, New Zealand: Moko Productions. Hill, R. Maori and the State: Crown–Maori Relations in New Zealand/Aotearoa, –. Ngāti Whātua are the iwi (tribe) who have occupied the Tamaki area since the seventeenth century.
Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei are the hāpu (sub tribe) of Ngāti Whātua, based in Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland). This led to freer forms of verse and an enormous variety of work was produced, although New Zealand’s size did restrict a full pop poetry revolution as Arthur Baysting explains in his book The young New Zealand poets: ‘It is unlikely that a parallel pop poetry will surface in this country – there is not the extensive youth culture to.
: Takaparawhau: The people's story: Bastion Point 20 year commemoration book (): Books. He wāhi a Takaparawhau nō roto i Tāmaki-makau-rau e tata ana ki Ōkahumatamomoe ("Ōkāhu Bay"). Ko Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei te iwi o reira. Kei Takaparawhau te moenga whakamutunga o Michael Joseph Savage (i mate 27 Māehe ).
Hoto ki waho. Ngāti Whātua ō Ōrākei; Gustafson, Barry. 'Savage, Michael Joseph - '. He will join tomorrow's events at Takaparawhau which the hapū says will commemorate the struggle, foster reconciliation and re-affirm their footprint in Auckland.
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If you would like to book a hikoi at Takaparawhau (Bastion Point) .The TAUPUA Tour. Not just a tour - a cultural experience. The richness and goodness of Auckland will be seen, heard and felt.
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