Whare

Some articles on whare:

Havelock Work - Whare Ra
... The New Zealand Order became known by the Maori name of Whare Ra or "the House of the Sun" ... Foundations of the house at Whare Ra were laid down by the architect Chapman-Taylor, who later became a member of both the Golden Dawn and the Order of ... The Whare Ra attracted many members of the community, and by 1926 the inner order alone had over 100 members including many of the most wealthy and influential people in ...
Ngāti Whare
... Ngāti Whare is a Māori iwi of New Zealand ... Ngati Whare are part of a group of tribes participating in the "treelords" Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the New Zealand government involving Central North Island forestry land and cash ...
Ngāti Maniapoto - Marae
... publicly known is Tiroa Pā where the last Io whare wānanga (traditional study centre) was held in a specially crafted whare called Te Miringa Te Kakara ... The other whare wānanga was near present-day Piopio and was called Kahuwera ...
Pā (Māori) - Traditional Maori Pā Designs - A General Pa Study On Storage
... that on lower Pa terraces were semi-underground Whare about 2.4m x 2m for housing Kūmara ... These storage whare had internal drains to drain water ... Common or lower rank Maori whare were on the lower or outer land, sometimes partly sunk into the ground by 300-400mm ...
Ohope Beach Primary School - The School - Classrooms
... sourced from the Ohope Beach Primary School Website Whare Maiatanga (Yr 0 1) - Ms Gouk Uenuku (Yr 1) - Ms L Irving Kahukura (Yr 1) - Ms Baker Whare Atawhai (Yr ...