Gaille

Gaille

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Gaille | Kelston “Titewhai Harawira; she’s always been there, like her or not. Annette Sykes, Margaret Mitu, like those women; yeah they’re all up there in my view. They’re strong Māori women. They’ve got their eye on the ball. They...
Rachel

Rachel

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Rachel | Northcote “A woman who’s influenced my life would definitely be my mum. Since becoming a mum myself I’ve realised how hard it is and how difficult it can be raising a child and giving someone life, and it’s really made me...
Ian

Ian

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Ian | Glenfield “First of all my mum, and she gave me the life that I came to this world. Second of all, is my wife because I’m married to her and she gave birth to my son, who gave me a lot of meaning to my life now. Also, my grandma,...
Taita

Taita

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Taita | Mount Roskill “It’s a poet. It’s a woman Konai Helu Thaman. She inspires me with her poems, how she wrote the poem really inspires my life and encourages me a lot of time. One of the poem I read of hers is the Chosen One. Which...
Helen

Helen

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Helen | Waitākere “Probably many, many women, but I’ll start with my mother, as she was there for us. She didn’t work when we were young and growing up and she was there for us. The way I feel influenced by her is [that] she taught us...
Rose

Rose

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Roseanna | Northcote “I’ve definitely got to go straight to my mother. She’s a nurse, and was mainly a stay at home mum for my brother, sister and I, and she’s definitely the matriarch of the family; kind but firm. So, yeah I’d have to...
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