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The family at Tieke

Uninhabited for nearly 100 years, Tieke in the middle reaches of the Whanganui River, is now home to an extended family whose members trace their connection to this place back to pre-European days, when it was a centre of learning and trade. Menthods of transport may have changed, but the Whaganui and its forests continue to provide the local people with traditional foods: ell, pig, greens.

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