Rangimarie Te Maiharoa is upoko ariki of the Waitaha people and a 1990 commemorations commissioner. He lives in Invercargill.
- Te Maiharoa, Rangimarie. "Identity, Mana of Waitaha Tribe ‘must not be silenced’." Press [Christchurch] 4 Mar. 1993: 12.
- "The Legend Of The Pouakai, Or The Glutton: A Story Of Canterbury." Te Karanga: Canterbury Māori Studies Association 5.1 (May 1989): 9-11.
- An English account of the story of Te Pouakai, a giant bird which Komakahua brought from the North Island and deposited at Mt Torlesse, where it began to devour the surrounding peoples until Ruru killed it and its young. The account concludes with a discussion between Taare Te Maiharoa and Herries Beattie on the origin of the name ‘Pouakai’ that was originally printed in Journal of the Polynesian Society 27 (1918): 150-151.
- "Identity, Mana Of Waitaha Tribe ‘must not be silenced’." Press [Christchurch] 4 Mar. 1993: 12.