A bibliography of writing by Māori in English
"Pu Hao Rangi." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 24 (1989): 3.
Wi writes of the proposed Pu Hao Rangi Marae complex which is to be built on 50 acres of land in Mangere.
"Māori Tribunal." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 24 (1989): 11.
Wi describes the formation of the Otara Māori Tribunal in August 1989, which was established to provide an alternative judicial system for young first time offenders in the Otara area.
"Awataha Marae." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 24 (1989): 13.
Wi writes of the launch of the Awataha Marae Fundraising Appeal at Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant on 16 August 1989, and gives a brief description of the five major houses to be built on the complex.
"Rangatahi Opinion." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 24 (1989): 14.
Wi reports on the opinions of four rangatahi [young people] attending the Hui Whaka Ko Tahi at Ratana Pa in 1989 concerning the unification of the tribes.
"Children at Risk." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 25 (Sept. 1989): 4.
Wi writes of programmes offered by the Ambury Park Riding for Disabled Centre, in particular, a pilot "Children at Risk" programme which integrated four ‘troubled youths’ with the mentally and physically handicapped at the Centre during horse riding lessons.
"Hauraki Festival." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 26 (Oct. 1989): 12.
Wi writes a report of the Hauraki Cultural Festival Competitions held at Kerepehi Community Marae on 7 October 1989 and provides the results of the competitions
"Young Māori Talent." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 26 (Oct. 1989): 21.
Wi writes a brief tribute to the acting skills of young Māori actress Toni Driscoll who played the part of Maggie in TVNZ’s four-part science fiction series "Night of the Red Hunter" which screened in September 1989.
"Netball Tournament." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 27 (Nov. 1989): 10.
A report of the two-day New Zealand Māori Netball Tournament held on Labour Weekend in Waitemata.
"Dream Walking." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 24 (Aug. 1989): 22.
The poet bewails the proliferation of war, technology and nuclear warheads at the expense of the natural world.
"Ngaruawahia." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 24 (Aug. 1989): 22.
The poet contrasts the strong peace of the Waikato river with the ‘bustling’ city ‘[a] world away’.
"E Tu." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 25 (Sept. 1989): 26.
In this poem written in English with a Māori translation, Wi urges Māoridom to ‘Stand up / and Fight’ against Treaty injustices.
"1990 Rehearsals." ibid. 5.
A description of the rehearsals for the opening and closing ceremonies for the 1990 sesquicentennial Treaty of Waitangi commemorations.
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