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  1. Video for The sky is the limit for te reo Māori
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    The sky is the limit for te reo Māori

    Continuing our search for language warriors in everyday life to celebrate Māori Language Week, Te Kāea met with Ranginui Rikirangi-Thomas, a teacher of the Māori language and Physical Education, who is promoting the use of te reo Māori in his mainstream school.

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    Kī-ō-Rahi used to normalise Māori culture

    Ara Institute of Canterbury is using Kī-ō-Rahi, a traditional Māori sport, to incorporate the use of te reo Māori, Māori legends and fitness amongst youth in the South Island.

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    More Māori language tournaments on the horizon

    Another reo Māori-only competition is in the pipeline following the success of a netball tournament that this year attracted more than 700 students.

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    Ancient Māori game incorporated into an international event

    The ancient game of Ki-o-rahi got its first taste of international games at the World Masters Games at The Cloud in Central Auckland. Kiorahi revitalists say its promotion at an international event offers hope to its future. 

  5. Video for Ngā Tapuwae claim National Secondary Schools Ki-o-rahi title
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    Ngā Tapuwae claim National Secondary Schools Ki-o-rahi title

    Te Kura Māori o Ngā Tapuwae has taken out this year's New Zealand Secondary School Ki-o-rahi Nationals for the first time.  The host team went head to head against Te Wharekura o Rākaumangamanga in the final, winning 10-8. 

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    Ki-o-Rahi participation on the rise

    The New Zealand secondary schools Ki-o-Rahi nationals kicked off in Auckland today as schools from across the country converged to battle it out over the 2-day event for national bragging rights. Event organisers say its participation numbers are growing every year.

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    East coast school set for Ki-o-rahi Nationals

    It was an early morning start for a small group of Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kawakawa Mai Tawhiti students from the small settlement of Wharekāhika (Hicks Bay) on the East Coast, who are making their way to Auckland to take part in the Ki-o-rahi National competition.

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    Traditional games introduced at Iwi sports day

    Sport Waitakere are introducing two traditional Māori games at the Ngāti Whātua Summer Hākinakina event this Saturday. While there are those that are familiar with Kī-o-rahi,  Horohopu is less well-known.

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    Muslim Girl's take on Kī-o-rahi

    The traditional Māori sport of Kī-o-rahi is being taught to students of the Muslim faith, and it's all part of their curriculum, according to PE Teacher Elena Bernardo they're also learning Māori language and waiata Māori too.

  10. Video for French organisation looks to grow ki-o-rahi across Europe
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    French organisation looks to grow ki-o-rahi across Europe

    La Providence High School has the only ki-o-rahi team in France and they are in Flaxmere, Hawkes Bay to get more game experience.

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