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Kaharoa the fisherman tries some unusual kind of bait, with alarming consequences.
Retells the traditional Māori tale of Hatupatu, and his narrow escape from the clutches of the Bird Woman.
An insatiable curiosity leads the little pukeko into contact with human beings.
When Tukoio enters the forest he is attacked by Mohoao. An epic fight begins.
Strange things happen to Ruru when he goes off to catch tuna for dinner and returns a long time later a very changed man...
A retelling of a Māori legend in which Pania, a creature of the sea, falls in love with a young chief.
Retells the traditional Māori tale of a Taniwha which terrorised the people, until Tamure fought with it and chased it away.
A re-telling of the traditional Māori tale of how Maui tricked the fire woman, Mahuika.
The oldest tohunga (priest) in the village directs the building of a mighty war canoe.
A re-telling of the traditional Māori tale of an old woman who shares her cave with two spiders, who repay her kindness by taking her to a new home.
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