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- te whaea in wellington, new zealand, is the new zealand national dance and drama centre, the home to the new zealand school of dance and toi whakaari:
- royal honours systems, and by her own people, who bestowed the title te whaea o te motu ('mother of the nation') upon her. dame whina cooper was born
- is located in wellington, new zealand, at a purpose built facility: te whaea: national dance & drama centre. toi whakaari offers training in acting,
- from the national institute of dramatic art, sydney, australia, and te whaea, wellington, new zealand. he is the face of builders academy australia.
- games (capital e 2009) sun shower (in mother whaea tama son) (musgrove studio 2009) the good one (in mother whaea tama son) (musgrove studio 2009) lines of
- performances; student c****ography season finding jimmy is presented at te whaea. premiere season of white by raewyn hill (with dancers sarah jayne howard
- and indigenous education and gem – genetic engineering and modification. whaea kaa is a poutokomanawa senior lecturer at te whare wānanga takiura o ngā
- archive mediaplex, workshops at wellington arts centre, and cl**** tours of te whaea, bats theatre, and the royal new zealand ballet. the mission of the festival
- manu rere starring whaea williams country of origin new zealand release original network maori television original release present
- down as president and the annual conference rewarded her with the title te whaea o te motu ('mother of the nation'). whina cooper continued to work for the