Story: Te hauora Māori i mua – history of Māori health

Māori Council, Maahunui District, 1902

Māori Council, Maahunui District, 1902

This is the Māori Council for the Maahunui district, in Canterbury, in 1902. Back row: Pirini Ruru, Hone Pere, Teone Tini (Little River); second row: James Chas. Rickards (Timaru), H. Kahu and Tikao Wiri (Temuka), J. Horomona (Kaiapoi), Wepu Hopa (Taumutu), Teone Watene (Rapaki), T. E. Kirini (Kaiapoi); front row: Taituha Hape (chairman) and Āpirana Ngata (returning officer). Māori councils had an important role in Māori health at the start of the 20th century, promoting health in Māori settlements.

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Raeburn Lange, 'Te hauora Māori i mua – history of Māori health - Health improves, 1900 to 1920', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 27 October 2021)

Story by Raeburn Lange, published 5 May 2011, reviewed & revised 4 Apr 2018