- Matariki Teacher Resource Pack
- tiny eyes, or as mata Ariki – eyes of God. These eyes are thought to watch over the land and it's people.
- Me Mau Kia Itaa
- constellation of stars Mata Riki (tiny Eyes) and Mata Ariki. (Eyes of God).
- Matariki Bkt.pm65
- Jun 22, 2001 mata ariki, eyes of god. The Rise of Matariki.
- The Adventure of Leadership
- understand my job with a positive attitude and good teamwork skills.” - HE MATAARIKI SCHOOL STUDENT.
- FEATURE ARTICLE FIVE
- Girls 16 years: Mataariki Puia (Lawson). Boys 16 years: Bill Valetini (Paterson). Girls 17 years: Emeline Togafau (Paterson).
- John Key to visit Far North
- Mr Key's previous visits to Northland include a tour of Whangarei's He Mataariki School for Teen Parents in October 2010 and the launch of the $12 million catamaran Ipipiri in Opua in September 2009.
- Matariki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- For the film, see Matariki (film). Matariki, the Māori name for the Pleiades ( pictured). An infrared image revealing interstellar detail.
- Alice Springs Events Calendar - Mataariki Celebrations - Maori New
- Alice Springs Town Council community events calendar - Mataariki Celebrations - Maori New Years Celebration.
- He Mataariki | Facebook
- He Mataariki | Facebook. Sign UpFacebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life. He Mataariki.
- He Mataariki School for Teen Parents, 13 Whaka Street, Raumanga
- He Mataariki School for Teen Parents, 13 Whaka Street, Raumanga, Whangarei: map, phone number.
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