New Zealand Wars

The Land Wars commemoration dedicated to children killed in war

The Māori king Kiingi Tuuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII visited the site last year.

The traditions connecting rangatahi to the Māori Land Wars

“When they step into that realm, they feel a shift, a movement in the wairua.”

‘Steal their land!’: painful truth of NZ’s history at Rangiriri

“They’ve never known the truth, they’ve always known the Pākehā version.”

Raupatu: Land confiscations explained

The word 'whenua' means both 'placenta' and 'land' in te reo. This is no coincidence - it reflects the deep and symbiotic connection Māori have with…