At last the new Maori Bible has arrived. Bishop Panapa has given Te Ao Hou the story about how the new translation was made, and how meetings of Maori people all over the country were consulted about the language in which it was to be written. Bishop Panapa, or the Rev. Panapa, as he was then, was a member of the Bible Revision Committee, and Te Ao Hou is grateful to him for this authentic and detailed story. The writer also revives some very interesting memories of Sir Apirana Ngata, who was the chief figure on the committee. This Bible will take a central place in Maori life and culture.