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Waikouaiti and Brinds Point

Waikouaiti

1.   Kuti
Iwi:
Originated from Taranaki so likely to be Te Āti Awa
Also Associated with: Kapiti Island?
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: January 2008
Type of Profile: Biographical Essay

2.   Puna
Iwi:
Kāi Tahu
Also Associated with: Whenua Hou, the Chatham Islands, Toe Toes, Rakituma, Tautuku, Moturata and Jacksons Bay (on the West Coast of the South Island)
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: January 2008
Type of Profile: Biographical Essay

3.   Punahare
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: February 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

4.   Raureka
Iwi: Kāi Tahu
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: February 2009
Type of Profile: Biographical essay in the process of preparation

5.   Tiaki Kaika
Iwi:
Kāi Tahu
Essay Author: Stephen J Donaldson
Date of Essay Acceptance: January 2008
Type of Profile: Biographical Essay

Refer to the entries for Hinekoau and Pakinui from Moeraki


Brinds Point

Refer to the entries for Hinekoau, Hinekino, Morere Wharu and Pakinui from Moeraki.

 

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