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  1. Video for Te Hapuku descendant keeps Waitangi Day history alive
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    Te Hapuku descendant keeps Waitangi Day history alive

    Ngāti Kahungunu kaumatua Jerry Hapuku, the great-grandson of Heretaunga chief Te Hapuku is keeping his memory alive by leading a hīkoi whakamaumahara where his ancestor signed the Treaty in Clive.

  2. Video for Down-sizing Tipene Maaka
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    Down-sizing Tipene Maaka

    Last year when Te Kāea spoke with overweight man Tipene Maaka, he had lost 150kg, but now in 2018, he has lost even more weight, almost halving his original weight of 497kg.

  3. Video for Ngāti Kahungunu enters virtual reality realm
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    Ngāti Kahungunu enters virtual reality realm

    Ngāti Kahungunu has invested into the world of virtual reality, taking a 40 percent stake in the computer graphics company Animated Research Ltd. A venture the iwi hopes will help lift numeracy and literacy not only for its people but across the country. 

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Keeping Te Reo Māori Alive
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    Native Affairs- Keeping Te Reo Māori Alive

    A kura kaupapa Māori in the Kahungugnu region is determined to revitalise Te Reo Māori.

  5. Video for Pā Haka - A call home for Kahungunu descendants
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    Pā Haka- A call home for Kahungunu descendants

    Numerous benefits have come out of the recent Pā Haka event held at Takitimu Marae in Wairoa, most important though is the revitalisation of the Kahungunu dialect and push for Kahungunu and Rongomaiwahine orators across the region's marae.

  6. Video for Miss Universe NZ first to wear tā moko in competition
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    Miss Universe NZ first to wear tā moko in competition

    Nineteen-year-old Harlem-Cruz is the gumboot wearing beauty queen who will be the first New Zealand contestant to wear tā moko on the Miss Universe world stage, in the past tattoos have not always gone hand in hand with pageants.

  7. Video for Jeremy Tātere MacLeod named in Ngā Tohu Reo Māori Awards
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    Jeremy Tātere MacLeod named in Ngā Tohu Reo Māori Awards

    Thirty-one-year-old Jeremy Tātere MacLeod from Ngāti Kahungunu is a finalist in this year's Ngā Tohu Reo Māori awards, a first time nominee for someone who wasn't brought up in te reo, but has worked tirelessly to revitalise the language.

  8. Video for Kahungunu Kura Reo reaches five-year milestone
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    Kahungunu Kura Reo reaches five-year milestone

    Kahungunu Kura Reo numbers has doubled since starting their first one five years ago, and now with the new addition of a holiday programme for children, this year marks the biggest year to date. 

  9. Video for 22,000 rolls of film could reveal social history of Hawke's Bay Māori
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    22,000 rolls of film could reveal social history of Hawke's Bay Māori

    Some 20,000 rolls of film taken by the late photographer Russell Spiller could provide valuable insight into how Māori socialised in Hawkes Bay. An estimated one million images are set to enter the digital age.

  10. Video for Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour
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    Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour

    Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of two future Māori leaders to be selected as a UN Youth International Delegate. He says the key to Māori success is having strong support systems at home and at school.

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