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When Maori introduce themselves they begin with their pepeha (tribal proverb), which identifies the physical land boundaries of the iwi (tribe, people) that they are a part of (Perkins, "He Aroha Whaea," 17).
whaea: mother, aunt, in usage a respectful term of address
At the end of the video (available on https://tearairesearchgroup.org/resources/), Whaea Kath says the key to making kaumatua happy is to find what makes them happy and "just do it!"
Early in my career, I had the pleasure of meeting Whaea Irihapeti.
Whaea Morgan began her involvement with NZNO 17 years ago.
Caption: Whaea Naki had to retrain as a nurse, after having her family.
Whaea Tanner believes it is easier for Maori nurses working in regions with higher proportions of Maori nurses and larger Maori populations.
"Whaea Puti Puti was a real pioneer, working tirelessly to improve the health and well-being of our people," Nuku said.
The five winners of the inaugural Inspiring Union Women Awards were Bartlett; Elizabeth Orr, pay equity and equal pay campaigner for more than 50 years, who was instrumental in getting the 1972 Equal Pay Act onto the statute books; Jenny Goodman, an advocate for the protection and improvement of workers' rights, especially those of low-paid women; Cath Kelly, a leader of the PSA's equal pay campaign, which began in the 1950s; and Whaea Ka Daniel, for her 30-year leadership, inspiration and commitment to the union movement as a wahine Maori leader.
Te Runanga members welcomed previous Akenehi Hei memorial award recipient Whaea Mata Forbes to the hui.
A woman who has nursed for 62 years and worked at Auckland District Health Board for the last 40 of those years, Whaea Mata Forbes, was the recipient of the Akenehi Hei Memorial Award.
Long-time public health nurse and patron of Te Kaunihera 0 Nga Neehi Maori 0 Aotearoa, whaea Puti Puti O'Brien, celebrated her 90th birthday at Kokohinau Marae in Te Teko last month.
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