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  1. Video for Special 'Poi e' performance by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and AGGs Kapa Haka
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    Special 'Poi e' performance by Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and AGGs Kapa Haka

    In a first, the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) teamed up with the Auckland Girls Grammar Kapa Haka group and a South Auckland primary school to perform a special rendition of the iconic Kiwi song Poi E. The whānau of Dalvanius Prime was in attendance to enjoy the special performance.

  2. 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.

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    Portrait of unknown Māori Chief sells for record price

    A rare portrait of an unknown Māori chief that is said to have been drawn before the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi was sold for a record price of $158,000 at the Mossgreen-Webb’s auction of Important Paintings and Contemporary Art in Parnell on Wednesday night.

  4. Video for Māori Television holds staff kura reo to help reach 2020 target
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    Māori Television holds staff kura reo to help reach 2020 target

    Today, Māori Television took its first step forward in the process to become completely bilingual.  However, will the government continue to support the station in its new drive to grow the language?

  5. Video for Te Arawa ancestors inspire Rotorua Mural Symposium
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    Te Arawa ancestors inspire Rotorua Mural Symposium

    Rotorua is hosting its first Mural Symposium showcasing eight talented Māori and non-Māori muralists.  The large designs produced by local and invited artists from around the wider Bay of Plenty and overseas will go on to be displayed around the city.

  6. Video for Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa receives korowai
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    Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa receives korowai

    Renowned Hawaiian actor Jason Momoa has been gifted a traditional korowai by Talia Adam which represents his strengths, his love for his family and his heritage.

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    Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders

    Some Te Whakatōhea youth will soon learn to build an ocean vessel with the builders of New Zealand's Black Magic who won the America's Cup in 1995. McMullen and Wing have partnered with Whakatōhea Iwi and Whakatōhea Mussels to build the vessel in an effort to create employment for the region and its young people.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - Ōtara Street Talk
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    Native Affairs- Ōtara Street Talk

    The idea was simple enough: Walk up to complete strangers in the South Auckland suburb of Ōtara and ask them to share a highlight or lowlight from their life this year.

  9. Video for Sir William Gallagher comments on Treaty of Waitangi labelled "old thinking"
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    Sir William Gallagher comments on Treaty of Waitangi labelled "old thinking"

    A Māori business leader at the helm of $11.5 billion dollars worth of assets says that Sir William Gallagher's comments about the authenticity of Te Tiriti o Waitangi are "from a time we left in our history books."

  10. Video for Tikanga Māori food verification system extends to other cultures
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    Tikanga Māori food verification system extends to other cultures

    Hua Parakore is the world's first indigenous food verification system based on tikanga Māori and is expanding to other cultures. The system was showcased at the Mātauranga Māori symposium, a gathering of Aotearoa's most unique, innovative and creative minds to share new developments in indigenous education.

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