The story of Motu Mānawa and Motu Te Kou

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"Motu means island, and Mānawa means, among other things, mangrove. The mangrove is Avicennia marina australasica, a native species to New Zealand for the past millions of years. Motu Mānawa is known also as Pollen Island, and the island obscured today by a motorway, Motu Te Kou, means fish hook. It is known also as Traherne Island..." In this episode Lisa Truttman shares a Whau Heritage Story that stretches across the island and seascape of te Whau. Recorded live on 22 May, 2021 at Avondale Library. The Whau Heritage Stories series supported by the Whau Local Board and Auckland Libraries. Sound record: SA_0137_004

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