“We have the responsibilities to our tūpuna (ancestors) to uphold."
“History, culture, family. Loyalty.”
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“It’s important that we move quickly to restore the mana of this fale.”
“The Richmond Rovers and Grey Lynn park go hand in hand. It wouldn’t feel the same anywhere else.”
“The strength of the Tongan culture is in the kava.”
“I was scared to come here and be bullied."
Part of the gym's funding was facing the axe as part of Auckland City Council budget cuts.
“It feels like we're home. I feel full.”
The festival is back after a four year hiatus.
Watch the fourth episode of our new docuseries, Still Here.
“We don’t care if you offered us a billion dollars. That means nothing to us."
“I like that our house looks exactly the same. It’s like a silent protest.”
Watch the first episode of our new docu-series, Still Here.
Manuia le aso!
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Re: looks into the often contradicting relationship New Zealand has with Pacific Island nations.
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