European accounts have often represented these successive influxes as "invasions", but modern scholarship has cast doubt on that view. Transgressing Boundaries: A History of the Mixed Descent Families of Maitapapa, Taieri, 1830-1940 A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History at the University of Canterbury by Angela C. Wanhalla 2004 .
The Dunedin Police Station is located on Great King Street and has a long-term lease which sits comfortably with Ngāi Tahu Property’s strategy of secure investment for this generation and the next.
ABSTRACT This thesis is a micro-study of intermarriage at the small Kāi Tahu community of Maitapapa from 1830 to 1940. Covid 19 coronavirus: Shotover Jet, top tourism attractions close as Ngāi Tahu Tourism cuts 300+ jobs - … Acquired in 2000, the building was constructed in the 1990s and is occupied by New Zealand Police on a long-term basis. Ngāi Tahu trace their traditional descent from Tahupōtiki, the younger brother of Porou Ariki, founding ancestor of Ngāti Porou, a tribe of the East Coast of the North Island.They originated on the east coast of the North Island, from where they migrated south to present-day Wellington.Late in the 17th century they began migrating to the northern part of the South Island. The deep and far-reaching impacts of Covid-19 have led to 309 job losses at Ngāi Tahu Tourism, it has been confirmed.
The company has completed a range of developments over the last two decades and holds an investment portfolio with a number of prime properties, which includes a significant suite of Crown-tenanted properties in Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown. 19 June 2013 - Such has been the success of the cadetship programme between Aurecon and the South Island Ngāi Tahu tribe, that Aurecon is looking to increase the number of cadets it takes on board during the next financial year as well as investigating the establishment of the programme with other New Zealand tribes.. Dunedin Police Station.
Ngāi Tahu Property has established a comprehensive portfolio of quality properties. Its takiwā (tribal area) is the largest in New Zealand, and extends from White Bluffs / Te Parinui o Whiti (southeast of Blenheim), Mount Mahanga and Kahurangi Point in the north to Stewart Island in the s Ngāi Tahu, or Kāi Tahu, is the principal Māori iwi (tribe) of the South Island of New Zealand.
The next arrivals were Waitaha,  followed by Kāti Māmoe late in the 16th century and then Kai Tahu (Ngāi Tahu in modern standard Māori) who arrived in the mid-17th century. Christchurch-headquartered powerhouse Ngāi Tahu Tourism not immune to Covid-19.