In another incident earlier this month, a man (https://www.ibtimes.com/alien-animal-discovered-living-mans-aquarium-after-taking-plants-lake-2749539) discovered an alien-like creature living in his aquarium after he filled it with plants he took from Lake Waikaremoana
, North Island in New Zealand.
Murphy (Ngati Manawa, Ngati Ruapani ki Waikaremoana
, Tuhoe, Ngati Kahungungu), an academic, educator and performance artist, said nurses needed to be sensitive to this history when providing sexual and reproductive health services to Maori women and girls.
(16) In her study of nineteenth-century New Zealand writing Jenny Robin Jones looks at the work of four missionaries among the twenty writers studied; the Marists are absent, (17) The most important work to date on early New Zealand writers, Lydia Wevers's Country of Writing, examines work by a number of Protestant missionaries, including Colenso's travel journals from his long walk across the North Island in late 1841-42, but French missionary writings are again absent, (18) The absence of Marist sources is problematic here because at Lake Waikaremoana
Colenso met Fr Claude-Andre Baty, who was also keeping a travel journal that he later copied into a letter to France.
Ngahuia Murphy (Ngati Manawa, Ngati Ruapani ki Waikaremoana
, Tuhoe, Ngati Kahungungu) is a researcher, educator and performing artist.
Edited by Raymond Nairn, Phillipa pehi, Roseanne Black, and Waikaremoana
I drove around with a micro-cassette recorder, a notebook, and a camera, with an itinerary roughly organised around key sites, images, and narratives: McCahon's Ahipara, Ruapekapeka, Smithyman's Tomarata, the overgrown hotel site above Waikaremoana
, my childhood's Waikawa Bay, Van der Velden's Otira Gorge, everybody's Mitre Peak, Angus's Cass.
She began her public health nursing career that same year, with her first appointment to Wairoa in the Hawke's Bay, covering a vast area from Waikaremoana
to Tuai and Nuhaka-Mahia.