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  1. Video for Māori war canoe ready for Passchendaele commemorations
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    Māori war canoe ready for Passchendaele commemorations

    Tamahou Temara of Toi Māori Aotearoa is preparing a Māori war canoe, which will take part in New Zealand's National 100 year Commemoration for the Battle of Passchendaele.

  2. Video for Europe to hear Tommy Taurima songs at world festival
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    Europe to hear Tommy Taurima songs at world festival

    The newly formed kapa haka Tikitiki o Rangi are taking the songs of iconic Māori composer Tommy Taurima to the  Festival of World Cultures in France. It'll be the first time in 16 years his songs have been performed abroad.

  3. Video for Young Māori musicians heading to Sweden
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    Young Māori musicians heading to Sweden

    Two young Māori musicians are about to embark on the biggest journey overseas to take part in a historic event in Sweden, showcasing traditional Māori music. The programme called, Ethno Sweden, is a collaboration of over a hundred artists from around the world, and this year will be the first time Māori music takes the stage.

  4. Video for Panekiretanga students learn about Irish language methods
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    Panekiretanga students learn about Irish language methods

    Around 40 Panekiretanga graduates are traveling around Europe to learn about the state of indigenous languages in several countries. The graduates are members of the academy of Māori language excellence in Hamilton. 

  5. Video for NZ U17s Water Polo squad heads for the States
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    NZ U17s Water Polo squad heads for the States

    17 year-old Stanford Pogai is making waves in water polo. The up-and-coming athlete was recently selected for the New Zealand U17 team Water Polo team which will tour Montenegro to train besides some of the world's best junior water polo athletes. 

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    Owen Pomana is a Preacher on a mission

    This Christmas day on Te Kāea we feature an unorthodox preacher who travels the world, including the Middle East, to help the needy and vulnerable. As part of Te Kāea's Summer Series 'He Momo' Owen Pomana from Ngāti Kahungungu explains why he is willing to risk his safety to help others. Tune in for the full story Christmas day on Te Kaea at 5:30 pm.

  7. Video for Spanish Vessels not welcome in Cook Island waters
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    Spanish Vessels not welcome in Cook Island waters

    A controversial agreement has been signed between the European Union and the Cook Islands that will allow Purse Seine fishing vessels 7,000 tonnes of skipjack tuna per annum to be taken from Cook Islands' waters.

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    No Kiwis listed in Paris terror attack casualties

    Just over 24 hours have passed since a series of organised attacks hit Paris yesterday and the casualty list continues to rise with a reported 129 dead and 352 injured.

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    Remains of mummified Tainui descendant returned home from Austria

    The mummified remains of a high-ranking child of Tainui descent, were returned home to Te Papa from Austria more than 100 years after being taken from its burial site.

  10. Video for Official opening for Lindauer Māori portraits exhibition in Czech Republic
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    Official opening for Lindauer Māori portraits exhibition in Czech Republic

    The people of the Czech Republic have long hoped to show the Māori portraits painted by Gottfried Lindauer.

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