Koro Tame Pokaia shares his koorero tuku iho on the significant place that is Kaitootehe and the importance of names for sites given by tuupuna.
Koro Tame Pokaia continues his koorero tuku iho and connects Kaitootehe to the journey of the Tainui Waka, and the ancestors who settled around Kaitootehe
As our ancestors of Tainui Waka begin to settle in and around Kaitootehe, the abundance and types of kai are identified, and the land’s ability to grow food.
Mahuta me Paoa:
Koro Tame Pokaia delves into the relationship between brothers Mahuta and Paoa, and the importance of hospitality in our culture.
Sit back and listen to the koorero tuku iho of Nana Mamae Takerei, and her knowledge on the ancestors of Tainui Waka including Kokako, Whaeatapoko, Tamainupo and the beginning of the story of Ngaaruawaahia.
Koro Tame Pokaea shares his koorero tuku iho on the Minister, Te Ahiwera (Benjamin Marshall) and his time at Kaitootehe.
Te Ahiwera 2:
Te Ahiwera brings with him household items and food that that changes the diet of those living at Kaitootehe.
Nana Mamae Takerei shares her koorero tuku iho on the challenges overcome by Te Puea Herangi, and her unwavering commitment to upholding the vision of Kiingi Taawhiao.
"Amohia ake te ora o te iwi, ka puta ki te wheiao!"