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    Te Arawa champs set to impress at Mana Kuratahi haka comp

    Three time regional Te Arawa primary school kapa haka champions, Te Wharekura o Ngāti Rongomai are set to impress judges at next week’s national Mana Kuratahi competition.

  2. Video for House of Natives taking Māori moko masks case to court
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    House of Natives taking Māori moko masks case to court

    Renowned Māori artist, and founder of House of Natives Aotearoa, Gordon Toi has sought legal advice following allegations that an American company has violated his intellectual property rights.

  3. Video for Te Ara Whatu is jet set for UN Climate Change Conference
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    Te Ara Whatu is jet set for UN Climate Change Conference

    The first indigenous youth delegation from Aotearoa, Te Ara Whatu leaves for Germany today for the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference.

  4. Video for Tauranga Moana commemorates battle at ancient Katikati Pā site
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    Tauranga Moana commemorates battle at ancient Katikati Pā site

    The Northern hapū of Tauranga Moana are commemorating their tūpuna who fought at Te Kauri and Ongare Point in Katikati that was confiscated by the crown, to mark today's inaugural National Commemorations Day of New Zealand Land Wars, Homai te Rā.

  5. Video for  Rotorua emergency housing provider concerned over Kiwibuild
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    Rotorua emergency housing provider concerned over Kiwibuild

    A Rotorua emergency housing provider has raised concerns over the government's scheme to build 100,000 new homes in the next decade. Visions of a Helping Hand general manager, Tiny Deane says for many families home ownership will still be unaffordable.

  6. Video for Rotorua Māori forestry sector applaud trees scheme
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    Rotorua Māori forestry sector applaud trees scheme

    Māori in the forestry sector in Rotorua are applauding the governments move to plant 1 Billion trees over the next ten years. Forestry enterprise Toitū Te Waonui says the scheme has the potential to provide millions in revenue to Māori land owners and jobs for the region.

  7. Video for Former rough sleepers help feed Rotorua's most vunerable
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    Former rough sleepers help feed Rotorua's most vunerable

    Some former rough sleepers are now helping feed Rotorua's homeless thanks to the selfless generosity of good samaritans Percy Poharama and his wife. The couple cook kai after their day jobs which they then feed to the homeless.

  8. Video for Smile marks 32 years on steam trains
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    Smile marks 32 years on steam trains

    Today marks 40 years of the Glenbrook Vintage Railway operating near Auckland’s suburb of Waiuku. Celebrating 32 years volunteering at the railway is train driver George Ngātai.

  9. Video for Father and son in National Māori Surfing  finals
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    Father and son in National Māori Surfing finals

    A father and son are in the Open Men's finals at this year's Aotearoa Māori Surfing Titles. 

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    New entries make waves at national surfing finals

    It's day two of the Aotearoa Māori Surfing Titles in New Plymouth with this year's new entries making waves in a battle off for the final day of competition.

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