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The name karaka is derived from the Karaka tree with its orange fruits that are quite common on the New Zealand coast.
Te Whanganui is the original Maori name for what is known today as Port Underwood and lies to the north of the Wairau River mouth.
Rahotia stands at the head of Whanganui (Port Underwood) and is said to have once been a viewpoint for Te Huataki, an early Rangitane Tupuna.
Registrations are now open for our upcoming wānanga.
A keynote presentation from Dr. Peter Meihana.
Ngā Pakiaka Mōrehu o te Whenua – Our first wānanga for 2018 was held at Omaka Marae.
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