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  1. Video for World’s first combined Māori and Aboriginal haka
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    World’s first combined Māori and Aboriginal haka

     A group of Māori and Aboriginal performers have made history today after performing the world’s first joint haka and corroboree dance in Perth.

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    History to be made with first Māori and Aboriginal haka

    A group of Māori and Aboriginal performers will make history on ANZAC Day when they join forces to perform the haka and the corroboree in Perth.

  3. Video for Aboriginal and Māori dances combine for ANZAC
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    Aboriginal and Māori dances combine for ANZAC

    This year, ANZAC celebrations in Perth will see the Aboriginal Corroboree and haka take a united stand. Both indigenous peoples will present a ceremonial dance at Kings Park on the 25th of April.

  4. Video for Indigenous inspiration behind medal design
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    Indigenous inspiration behind medal design

    Medals given to the Commonwealth Games elite can give a true sense of accomplishment. But what do the indentations mean on those medals?

  5. Video for Aboriginal tamariki step up to lead the call of their people
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    Aboriginal tamariki step up to lead the call of their people

    A group of Aboriginal children lead what was a peaceful protest at the Gold Coast today, opposing the Commonwealth Games. It brought together indigenous people from all over the country. 

  6. Video for Majestic images of Arabuna people seen through cultural lens
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    Majestic images of Arabuna people seen through cultural lens

    Self-taught aboriginal photographer Colleen Raven has committed half the decade capturing the stories of her people. Her recent photos went viral reaching over 250,000 people in her one post alone.

  7. Video for Māori and Yugambeh people exchange Queen's Baton for Commonwealth Games
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    Māori and Yugambeh people exchange Queen's Baton for Commonwealth Games

    The Queen's Baton for the Commonwealth Games had its final day in New Zealand. Local tribe Ngāti Whātua ki Ōrākei and New Zealand athletes gathered at the Auckland museum for the official cultural handover to the Yugambeh people of the Gold Coast, Australia.

  8. Video for Australia look to Māori model to reduce indigenous incarceration
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    Australia look to Māori model to reduce indigenous incarceration

    Reducing indigenous incarceration rates in Australia has seen a working group from various Corrections units in Australia take note on how New Zealand prisons use Māori culture to reduce re-offending.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Language Matters
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    Native Affairs- Language Matters

    It wasn't so long ago that many of this country's First Peoples were banned from and often punished for speaking their native language. Now some schools in New South Wales are hoping to reverse the damage. NITV's Rachael Hocking visited Woolgoolga High on the state's mid-north coast, where Gumbaynggirr is part of the curriculum.

  10. Video for Native Affairs – 1967 Yes Book
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    Native Affairs – 1967 Yes Book

    A look into the Australia's historical 1967 referendum. The nation was asked to vote whether they supported a law change to include aboriginal rights in the Constitution. It was an overwhelming YES vote and another step towards reconciliation. Fifty years later, a Melbourne-based author is trying to explain the historic changes to children, using the language kids know best - a picture book about friendship.

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