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  1. Video for Reviving Māoridom's diminishing orators
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    Reviving Māoridom's diminishing orators

    Waikato - Tainui is taking Māori language revitalisation into their own hands, implementing the final stage of a seven-part te reo strategy called Te Pae Kākā in the hopes of replenishing a diminishing pool of orators on marae throughout the region.

  2. Video for Deadline to contest Hauraki Claim within Tauranga extended
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    Deadline to contest Hauraki Claim within Tauranga extended

    The deadline for Tauranga Moana to contest settlement claims by Hauraki iwi within the Tauranga region has been extended. The original deadline was May 2 but Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little has extended it by a further 16 days.

  3. Video for Kaiaua locals worried about further damage to foreshore
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    Kaiaua locals worried about further damage to foreshore

    Kaiaua locals are calling on the Hauraki District Council to secure their coastline following last week's storm.

  4. Video for Hauraki and Te Arawa agree on access to Moehau Maunga
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    Hauraki and Te Arawa agree on access to Moehau Maunga

    After months of negotiating with the Hauraki tribes of Marutūāhu, Te Arawa will be allowed continued access to their ancestral ties at Moehau Mountain in Coromandel.

  5. Video for Pare Hauraki mourn the loss of their champion Toko Renata
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    Pare Hauraki mourn the loss of their champion Toko Renata

    Hauraki leader Toko Renata Te Taniwha (Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Pukenga, Ngāti Whanaunga) passed away on Wednesday 29 November, at his home in Manaia, Coromandel, surrounded by whānau, aged 86. Hauraki Māori Trust Board member Harry Mikaere says Toko was a perfect leader for the tribes of Pare Hauraki.

  6. Hauraki-Waikato

    From Papakura to Te Awamutu. From Kawhia in the west, to the Coromandel in the East, that’s the territory of the Hauraki-Waikato region.

  7. Video for Nanaia Mahuta well ahead in preliminary vote count
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    Nanaia Mahuta well ahead in preliminary vote count

    Long-serving politician Nanaia Mahuta was first elected to Parliament as a Labour Party List MP in October 1996.

  8. Video for College dropout to multi-award winning mental health practitioner
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    College dropout to multi-award winning mental health practitioner

    A report by the National Centre for Māori Health says, Māori are more likely to want help with reducing drug and alcohol use than non-Māori. Now Careerforce Māori Trainee of the year Turaukawa Bartlett is providing health and wellness services to Māori families.

  9. Video for Hauraki-Waikato candidates on compulsory te reo in schools
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    Hauraki-Waikato candidates on compulsory te reo in schools

    In the Election Aotearoa debate for Hauraki-Waikato candidates Labour's Nanaia Mahuta and Māori Party's Rahui Papa, the issue about having te reo as a compulsory subject was brought to the fore.

  10. Video for Rahui Papa maintains confidence despite poll results
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    Rahui Papa maintains confidence despite poll results

    Despite the backing of the Kingitanga the latest polls show Rahui Papa lagging in the race for the Hauraki-Waikato seat.

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