TE KARAKA 76 – Raumati/Summer 2017/18. Contents: 16 years of the Ngāi Tahu Mātauranga Trust, and the Yamada-O’Regan Scholarship; unveiling of three pouwhenua carved by Ngāi Tahu artist James York on Whenua Hou; 12 months since the Kaikōura earthquake; the Relativity Mechanism explained; designer Amber Bridgman, wahine fashionista; Whare Tiaki, kaupapa Māori care facility; protecting native flora and fauna on the Rakiura Tītī Islands; Ngāi Tahu Settlement early years of negotiation with the Crown; Bluff Hill (Motupōhue) Environment Trust and efforts to revive native birdlife; Hokonui Rūnanga and freshwater crayfish business
KEEWAI; and more. Te Karaka is a current affairs and lifestyle magazine focusing on indigenous issues in New Zealand; it is published by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, the Māori people of the southern islands of New Zealand, and offers insight into the world of Ngāi 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 was a finalist in the The Best Design Awards 2014, Ngā Aho category, and has had several nominations in New Zealand's MPA (Magazine Publishers Association) Awards.