Donna has been channelling ill-gotten gains through various businesses for years, but when the police cart her off to the slammer, the revelation that mum's a doyenne of crime comes as a ... See full summary »
Auckward Love gets drunk and does things nobody is proud of... Join Alice, Vicky, Zoe and Grace as they take millennial life by the balls and launch themselves head first into love, lust and everything between.
A contemporary, smart investigative drama in which the lowly back-room office staff join forces to fight for justice in a corrupt corporate world. This will involve bending of office ... See full summary »
The story of Christopher Crean. A young family-man who witnessed the attempted murder of a Mongrel Mob member by three Black Power members and unlike all those around him, didn't turn his back to what he saw or the intimidation that followed. Because of his bravery, justice was served and the way the legal system interviewed witnesses changed for the better.Written by
Religion doesn't have to be such an obvious factor
Maori do take their various religions seriously. The most common practised is that of the Mormons. Possibly because they were one of the first evangelicals to arrive.
I have pondered why so many Maori are attracted to Christianity The only explanation I can find is in the cannibalistic aspect of Maori culture. It seems that Christianity, through its cannibalistic rituals, (the blood and body of Christ) could be said to appeal to those of within the Maori culture.
In 1994 I visited the site of the signing of the Waiting Treaty. Many clauses of this Treaty have yet to be carried out in full. Until they are, then the Maori will never be totally free from colonial rule.
0 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this