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  1. Video for One thousand aspirations for Ngāi Tahu reo
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    One thousand aspirations for Ngāi Tahu reo

    To date, more than 4500 whānau are registered with a Ngāi Tahu strategy, which aims to have at least 1000 Ngāi Tahu homes speaking te reo by 2025. Kotahi mano kaika, kotahi mano wawata began in 2000. Lynne Te Aika of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu says they've still got a long way to go.

  2. Video for Scotty and Stacey Morrison appointed to Massey University
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    Scotty and Stacey Morrison appointed to Massey University

    Media power couple and language revitalisation advocates Scotty and Stacey Morrison have been appointed to new roles at the School of Māori Art, Knowledge and Education at Massey University. The announcement accompanies the launch of their new Māori language book, Māori At Home.

  3. Rino Tirikatene

    Rino Tirikatene will stand for Labour in Te Tai Tonga, he is the incumbent representative for this rohe. Te Tai Tonga is the largest electorate in the country. Māori Party candidate Mei Taare-Reedy will be challenging him for the seat this year. Although Green Party candidate Metiria Turei is also standing in this electorate, she is vying for the party vote. 

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    Web series celebrates Ngāi Tahu Artists

    Following on from the success of its award-winning Mahinga Kai web series, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu has launched Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu, an eight-episode online video series exploring the practice and success of a number of talented Ngāi Tahu artists. 

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    Ngāi Tahu Road Show celebrates 20 years since settlement

    Ngāi Tahu have organised road shows in Aotearoa and abroad to celebrate 20 years since the signing of their settlement. 

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    Jet boat apprenticeships to provide career path for Ngāi Tahu uri

    Ngāi Tahu Tourism has launched a marine mechanic training programme at Shotover Jet, providing a unique opportunity for iwi members to build a career in the tourism industry. 

  7. Video for Native Affairs – Whale tails
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    Native Affairs – Whale tails

    Whale Watch Kaikōura is celebrating its 30th year but it’s a tough one. The award winning tourism company was shaken to its core when the 7.8 earthquake struck last year. Just as everyone else in Kaikōura rebuilds so is the whānau run, legacy business. 

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    Native Affairs – A Knight’s tale

    What happened to Sir Mark Solomon to end his 18-year reign with Ngāi Tahu, New Zealand's wealthiest iwi? Tonight, Sir Mark tells us why he is now leading the Canterbury District Health Board instead of his own people.

  9. Video for Former Ngāi Tahu leader Sir Mark Solomon speaks out
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    Former Ngāi Tahu leader Sir Mark Solomon speaks out

    He led his South Island iwi from millions to more than a billion. But last year, Sir Mark Solomon suddenly walked away.

  10. Video for Sir Mark Solomon approached by major Political Parties to stand as candidate
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    Sir Mark Solomon approached by major Political Parties to stand as candidate

    After stepping down as head of Ngāi Tahu Sir Mark Solomon says he was approached by four parties to stand as a candidate.

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