Ngā Tangata/Porihanga - People/Society


* Hāhi - Religion
* Hākinakina - Sports and games
* Hauroko - Biographies
* Tikanga - Customs


* Ko te Hapori me te Porihanga @ Te Puna Web Directory
Tūhonotaka ki kā rōpū whakariterite me kā kōrero whakatau o Aotearoa.
* Ko te Rārangi Kaupapa Māori @ Te Puna Web Directory
Tūhonotaka ki kā rōpū whakariterite me kā kōrero whakatau o Aotearoa.
* Māori @ Te Puna Web Directory
Links to New Zealand organisations and information.
* Canterbury Community Directory - Māori
Māori and Pacific community organisations in Christchurch
* Effective governance
Te Puni Kōkiri's website for effective governance education designed to help trustees and directors of Māori organisations with their responsibilities and role as guardians and leaders.
* He Waka Tapu Christchurch
Not for profit community organisation in Ōtautahi (Christchurch) providing health and social services for whanau in the region.
* Ngā Tauira Māori Auckland University Māori Students' Association
News and events of the Auckland University Māori Students’ Association.
* Nga Pakihi Whakatekateka o Waitaha Waitaha Cultural Council Christchurch
Ngā Pakihi Whakatekateka o Waitaha is rooted in the dreams of its founder, Te Kiato Riwai who believed performance encouraged prosperity. She saw striving for excellence in kapa haka as a way in which Māori could declare their aspirations and hopes for the future. From its first annual festival the Waitaha Council has grown into a strong cultural group and actively hosts Māori performing arts festivals in the Canterbury region.
* Otautahi Social Services Trust Christchurch
A Māori child, youth and family support service provider of residential and restorative care services for tamariki/rangatahi 0-16 years. The service provides social work support for tamariki/rangatahi who have little support from whanau and community.
* Tūhono
Tūhono (meaning to link or connect) is an advocate for and contributes to a network of Māori individuals, iwi organisations and other entities who engage with each other in fostering identity, wellbeing and potential. If you are of Māori descent you can register with your iwi through Tūhono. Tūhono provide a channel where your iwi has your correct contact details so they can keep you informed on issues that may be of interest or benefit to you.
* Takoa Rua-mano
Takoa Rua-mano is a networking and linkage resource. It supports the needs of whānau, community organisations, Government groups and commerce. It has more than 2000 listings and includes information on Marae, Iwi, Social Services, Business, Justice, Education, Government, Training, Arts, Health Services and Education Scholarships.
* Tangata Māori Database
An index to articles on Maori people covering the years 1930 to the present day, many of them taken from the Dominion and Evening Post newspapers. From Wellington City Libraries.
* Tautoko Wahine Trust
Tautoko Wahine Trust seeks to encourage women to achieve in their “Rights, Knowledge, and Belief”.
* Te Ora Hou - Te Tairawhiti Inc
Information on the projects and services of this community organisation.
* Te Rōpū Whakahau site NZ Māori Library and Information network
* Tipu Ake ki te Ora Growing the Future
An organic leadership model for innovative organisations and projects.