8 votes On the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook landing in Aotearoa, Ian Taylor is vowing to tell the story of those who came before Cook: the Polynesian celestial navigators. Posted August 18, 2019 by culturedleftfoot Tags: new zealand, pacific islands, history https://thespinoff.co.nz/atea/11-08-2019/the-man-hijacking-the-cook-commemorations-to-tell-the-story-of-polynesian-exploration/ Link information This data is scraped automatically and may be incorrect. Title The man hijacking the Cook commemorations to tell the story of Polynesian exploration Authors View all posts by Alice Webb-Liddall, Alex Braae, Group Think Published Aug 10 2019 Word count 1767 words 2 comments Collapse replies Expand all Comments sorted by most votes newest first order posted relevance OK  nic August 19, 2019 Link From the end of the article, is a very positive and an incredibly inclusive summary... From the end of the article, is a very positive and an incredibly inclusive summary... "We have to make Māori and Pacific people proud when they walk in those school gates, and all the Pākehā (white) and Chinese and Indian mates proud as well. They are all part of this story, this is a land of voyagers.” 2 votes Devin August 19, 2019 Link Parent Education, infrastructure and healthcare. Those are the iron feet that replace clay. Ask makeivelli. Education, infrastructure and healthcare. Those are the iron feet that replace clay. Ask makeivelli.