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  1. Video for The future of our Māori masters of ceremonies
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    The future of our Māori masters of ceremonies

    A group of youth are being mentored in public speaking as part of a succession plan to develop future Masters of Ceremonies (MCs) for major kapahaka events. The group was formed by one of Māoridom's most renowned MCs, Matai Rangi Smith.

  2. Episode 11- Alby & Mātai

    GC star and waka ama enthusiast Alby Waititi is back in the whare along with his partner and TV presenter Mātai Smith. Today they’ve brought along some of their nieces and nephews to show a workout that everyone can do! 

  3. Episode 1- Alby Waititi and Mātai Smith

    Alby Waititi & Matai Smith get their ‘animal on’ with  different full body Zoo Movements. A very popular excercise regime because they work your whole body! 

  4. Video for Fitness in the Whare, Series 1 Episode 1
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    Fitness in the Whare, Series 1 Episode 1

    Host Amiria Ellison introduces us to various forms of exercise ranging from hula to cross-fit. Today: Alby Waititi & Mātai Smith, and handy nutrition tips from Toi Tangata. (PREMIERE)

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Te Matatini Panel
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    Native Affairs- Te Matatini Panel

    Over the weekend, Te Kapa Haka o Te Whānau-ā-Āpanui were declared our national kapa haka champions at Te Matatini 2015 hosted in Ōtautahi.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - Matai Studio Panel
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    Native Affairs- Matai Studio Panel

    To discuss the significance of Māori programming at TVNZ, is former Māori Programming staff member and renowned TV presenter, Matai Smith.

  7. Video for Marriage Equality Bill - Extended Interview
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    Marriage Equality Bill- Extended Interview

    Labour MP Louisa Wall’s Marriage Equality Bill is expected to pass into law tonight.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - Created Equal
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    Native Affairs- Created Equal

    If all men are created equal - the marriage equality bill, currently before Parliament, shows our society still has a way to go before that's true. 

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