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  1. Video for Artefact - uncovering the true history of Aotearoa
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    Artefact- uncovering the true history of Aotearoa

    Artefact, a new show on Māori Television connects today's New Zealand with our ancestors' experiences and aspirations, through powerful cross-cultural stories.  

  2. Video for Hundreds attend Wahine disaster 50th commemorations
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    Hundreds attend Wahine disaster 50th commemorations

    Hundreds gathered at Wellington's Eastbourne dawn service to remember the more than 50 lives lost five decades ago in the Wahine disaster. 

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    Re-united with the bones of their ancestors

    The remains of 7 ancestors have been repatriated to Ngāti Manu by the Museum of Whanganui after DNA testing traced them to Ōpua.

  4. Video for Museum in Napier installs digital whakatau for visitors
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    Museum in Napier installs digital whakatau for visitors

    The Hawke's Bay MTG in Napier has opened a new experience for visitors to the museum, a virtual whakatau, a cultural welcome all in digital format on the big screen. 

  5. Video for Paddle in Waka Tāngata highlight at Waikato River Festival
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    Paddle in Waka Tāngata highlight at Waikato River Festival

    The general public got to traverse the Waikato River in Hamilton on a traditional transportation vessel and learn historical stories along the waterway. The rare opportunity was part of this month's Waikato River Festival.

  6. Video for Poverty Bay or Turanganui a Kiwa? Council asks community
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    Poverty Bay or Turanganui a Kiwa? Council asks community

    Gisborne District Council is asking the public if there is support for Turanganui a Kiwa to be used as an alternate to Poverty Bay. A formal name change would be officially recognised by Government, local authorities and on maps. However, not everyone is in favour.

  7. Video for 28th Māori Battalion Company D author highlights stark differences
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    28th Māori Battalion Company D author highlights stark differences

    Ex-serviceman and historian Harawira Pearless is penning the first book regarding the 28th Māori Battalion's Delta Company. He says the tribal and also geographic differences compared to the other Companies is vast.

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    Decolonising the curriculum

    Auckland primary school teacher of 25 years, Tamsin Hanley has mortgaged her home to be able to research and produce 'A critical guide to Māori and Pākehā histories', a professional development package aimed at educating teachers about accurate histories of NZ.

  9. Video for Ngāti Kahu record their own settlement journey
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    Ngāti Kahu record their own settlement journey

    Twenty-five years ago Ngāti Kahu embarked on their treaty settlement journey. But what came from it was completely different.

  10. Video for $845k Marsden funding awarded to research last known Māori sail
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    $845k Marsden funding awarded to research last known Māori sail

    A group of researchers are setting out to study what is believed to be the only remaining Māori sail. Māori textiles scholar Dr Catherine Smith says the research will enhance knowledge about how voyaging occurred.

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