Te Ao Hou
THE MAORI MAGAZINE
|Lest We Forget, Nick Karaitiana||7|
|The Positive Approach, Kathleen Mayson||11|
|The Burial Cave, Valerie Fox||14|
|Taku Kainga, Valerie Fox||14|
|Pinepine te Kura (‘Little Tiny Treasure’)||20|
|The Very Rev. J. G. Laughton||4|
|A Trip to Tonga, Eve Magee||5|
|Mr Frank Winter||17|
|Kia U, Kia Mau Ki To Maoritanga, Sam Karetu||18|
|The Oral Literature of the Polynesians, Bruce Biggs||23|
|A Visit to St Joseph's Maori Girls' College||26|
|A Forgotten Treasure||28|
|Transcriptions of Authentic Maori Chant: part two, Mervyn McLean||35|
|Meeting Maoris In Other Lands, Alan Armstrong||40|
|Spreading the Word, John Booth||49|
|A Foundation for the Future? Kenneth C. Gartner||50|
|Haere ki o Koutou Tipuna||62|
COVER: Miss Kiri Te Kanawa, a talented Auckland soprano who has had a remarkable series of successes in competition events, was this year's winner of the John Court Aria contest at the Auckland Competitions.
Miss Te Kanawa, who is aged 20, is studying singing on a Maori Education Foundation scholarship. She hopes to compete in next year's Australian Sun Aria contest, and later on to study overseas.
She has a minor role in the newly-released New Zealand film, ‘Runaway’.
Illustrations: page 11, Graham Percy. Back cover, Gordon Walters.