TE KARAKA 59 – KANA/SPRING 2013
Contents: Tā Tipene O'Regan on 28 years at the New Zealand Geographic Board; Rod Drury, from tech hero to Xero; historian Ann Parsonson and her part in the Ngāi Tahu Claim; Ngāi Tahu writers in the Pikihuia Awards for Māori writers; Sheldon Pitama and the Melbourne Storm; Chris Heaphy brightens up Ōtautahi's broken Cathedral Square; Keri Hulme; Marae Kai Masters; Tahu Potiki; ancient trails in Te Manahuna, MacKenzie Basin; hangī; film and television director Peter Burger; and more.
Te Karaka is a current affairs and lifestyle magazine focusing on indigenous issues in New Zealand; it is published by Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, the Maori people of the southern islands of New Zealand, and offers insight into the world of Ngai Tahu, issues that affect the iwi (tribe) and in turn affect New Zealand. The magazine is produced to a high quality, from top editorial and photography to careful consideration of typography and layout, to ensure maximum response from the target and other audiences. The magazine has had several nominations in New Zealand's MPA (Magazine Publishers Association) Awards.