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Website now live for Te Hau Kāinga project

The website for the Te Hau Kāinga project went live this week.  Te Hau Kāinga is a Marsden-funded research project led by Angela Wanhalla (History) and Lachy Paterson (Te Tumu) investigating the impacts of World War Two on Māori who remained in New Zealand during the conflict, either in their home communities, or working away from home. Designed by local web design company, Myth, the website is fully bilingual.  It features a photo gallery, and a “stories” section, as well as a page where interested people can upload their own whānau stories and photographs.  Check it out – click here.   As stories get added to this site, links to these will be posted to the project’s FaceBook and Twitter pages.  Feel free to follow these to find out more as the project rolls out.

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