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The Story Of He Ika A Maui

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  • The Story of He Ika A Maui : Māori Legends, Stories and Myths

    …Culture »Stories and Legends »He Ika A Maui Māori Stories and Legends Māori Stories and Legends | Kupe and Te Wheke | He Ika A Maui | Maui and Tieke The Story of He Ika A Maui The story of He Ika A Maui as told by Thomas Kahu of Whale Watch Kaikoura. Maui and his exploits…

  • The Story of Maui and Tieke : Māori Legends, Stories and Myths

    …»Culture »Māori Culture »Stories and Legends »Maui and Tieke Māori Stories and Legends Māori Stories and Legends | Kupe and Te Wheke | He Ika A Maui | Maui and Tieke The Story of Maui and Tieke The story of Maui and Tieke as told by Michael Elkington Once…

  • The Story of Kupe and Te Wheke : Māori Legends, Stories and Myths

    …»Māori Stories and Legends »Kupe and Te Wheke Māori Stories and Legends Māori Stories and Legends | Kupe and Te Wheke | He Ika A Maui | Maui and Tieke The Māori Story of Kupe and Te Wheke The story of Te Wheke as told by Michael Elkington When stories where told…

  • Māori Legends, Stories and Myths

    Skip to main content Home »New Zealand Travel »Culture »Māori Culture »Stories and Legends Māori Stories and Legends Kupe and Te Wheke | He Ika A Maui | Maui and Tieke New Zealand's indigenous people came from tropical Polynesia more than 1000 years ago. Learning…

  • Māori Culture New Zealand, Māori Culture, Traditions and Tourism

    …by the legend of Maui. This god was a cheeky trickster who managed, among other things, to harness the sun in order to make the days longer. However, his biggest claim to fame was his fishing up of the North Island, which is described as Te Ika a Maui (the fish of Maui). A look at an aerial…

  • South Island History Information & Historical Places New Zealand

    …carved stories in the land, you can discover it for yourself. Māori legend tells of Maui, a demi-god who lived in Hawaiiki. He went fishing with his brothers, and pulled up the North Island of New Zealand 'Te Ika a Maui' (or the fish of Maui). The South Island is known as 'Te Waka a Maui' (or…

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