New Zealand's clobbering machine

New Zealand's clobbering machine
There's a lengthy feature about my colleague Hautahi Kingi in the February issue of North and South. Born and raised in Whanganui, Kingi is the progeny of a Māori father and Pākehā mother. Educated at kōhanga reo and kura kaupapa Māori, he spoke no English until he was seven. He went on to win scholarships to attend St George's, a preparatory schoo...
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