ferent stories about fish! Featuring the rangatira of whales, Pelorus Jack and even a war between mussels and cockles!Read More 66 – Stories of Fish
We finish up our look into fishing talking about freshwater species such as tuna (eels) and īnanga (whitebait), as well as some stuff about mātauranga Māori and Western science!Read More 65 – It’s the Last Fishing One, I Promise
We talk some more about nets! This time it’s bag nets and set trap nets as well as some cool info on the extinct upokororo, the NZ grayling!Read More 64 – Oh Yea, We Still Talking About Nets!
catch kehe! Along with how to catch kahawai and warehou.Read More 63 – Casting a Wide Net
We discuss all about kupenga, nets! The tapu around their manufacture, what they were made for and a bit on how they worked.Read More 62 – Plenty of Fish in the Sea
We continue looking at hooks as well as talking about some of the changes that occured to Māori fishing after Europeans.Read More 61 – We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Waka
We talk all about hooks! What they were made of, what they caught and the ingenious way they worked!Read More 60 – Captain Hook
We start our series on fishing! Today it’s a bit of a hodge podge of random info such as what species they were fishing and how they triangulated their position!
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We talk about an iconic part of Kiwi history today. The parliamentary biscuit tin! To talk about it, I went and had a chat to David Wilson, the Clerrk of the House of the New Zealand Parliament.Read More 58 – The Biscuit Tin and Members Bills with David Wilson