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  1. Video for Te Kooti - Villian of Hero?
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    Te Kooti- Villian of Hero?

    Māori prophet Te Kooti Rikirangi te Turuki has been portrayed in New Zealand culture as a violent outlaw who fought against colonial forces. As part of the 'Ko Rongowhakata' exhibition at Te Papa museum, descendants and scholars challenged the myth.

  2. Video for Challenging myths about Māori prophet Te Kooti
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    Challenging myths about Māori prophet Te Kooti

    Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki has long been portrayed in history as a rebel, but iwi speakers at the symposium will challenge the myths and share kōrero about his positive influence in their lives.

  3. Video for Taking stock of the biodiversity in the Te Wherowhero lagoon
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    Taking stock of the biodiversity in the Te Wherowhero lagoon

    Rongowhakaata are working with The Department of Conservation to survey the biodiversity of the coastal area of Muriwai on the East Coast. As Te Kāea discovered, its home to an endangered bird species.

  4. Video for Emerging navigators learn ancient art of way-finding
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    Emerging navigators learn ancient art of way-finding

    24 emerging Maori and Pacific voyagers have been selected to sail on board Haunui Waka to Norfolk Island in September 2018. The voyage provides deep-sea training ahead of a pan-Pacific voyage to the Festival of Pacific Arts in Hawaii in 2020.

  5. Video for Ngāti Oneone re-tell accurate history of Gisborne
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    Ngāti Oneone re-tell accurate history of Gisborne

    A memorial is being built by Ngāti Oneone in Gisborne to honour their ancestor Te Maro who was shot dead by Captain Cook when he first made landfall in New Zealand.

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    C Company descendants support A Company memorial house

    The Waitangi National Trust is looking to build a memorial house for the 28th Māori Battalion at Waitangi.  However, not all tribes support the idea.

  7. Video for 'E Oho' researched book produced by Raimona Inia for Te Arawa
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    'E Oho' researched book produced by Raimona Inia for Te Arawa

    Today in Maketū near the landing of the Te Arawa canoe a special ceremony took place acknowledging 'E Oho' a book researched by Raimona Inia of Te Arawa. The book is a collection of historical information collected by Inia from elders of Te Arawa.

  8. Video for Māori sketches provide snapshot insights into NZ history
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    Māori sketches provide snapshot insights into NZ history

    200-year-old Māori ink illustrations are being prepared for the Royal Academy of Arts in London. The 'Oceania' exhibition will mark 250 years since Captain Cook's first voyage to the South Pacific.

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    "These ancestor remains were stolen and sold overseas"

    17 Māori and Moriori ancestral remains have been returned to New Zealand from the United States of America and Germany.  The toi moko and kōiwi tangata were formally welcomed to Rongomaraeroa Marae at the Museum of New Zealand - Te Papa Tongarewa.

  10. Video for Illustrating NZ Land Wars through music
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    Illustrating NZ Land Wars through music

    Ria Hall has just released a new music video for the song "Te Ahi Kai Pō".  The song is based on the Battle of Te Ranga.  Hall hopes that this type of content will help raise awareness and acknowledgement of the NZ Land Wars.

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