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  1. Video for Ancestry site sheds light on major Māori historical events
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    Ancestry site sheds light on major Māori historical events

    Records include information on the Māori prophet and land activist Rua Kenana and the Parihaka attack in 1881. 

  2. Video for Davidson to re-enter Te Rā o Parihaka Bill into Parliament
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    Davidson to re-enter Te Rā o Parihaka Bill into Parliament

    Marama Davidson announces that she will re-enter the Māori Party's Te Rā o Parihaka Bill into the Parliament's Member's Bill Ballot. This comes as a surprise as the people of Parihaka commemorate 136 years since the invasion by the Crown on Parihaka in the Taranaki region.  

  3. Video for After over 140 years, Parihaka people receive apology from the Crown
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    After over 140 years, Parihaka people receive apology from the Crown

    An emotional day for Parihaka people as the long overdue apology was finally made by the Crown for its actions over 140 years ago.  

  4. Video for Dave Dobbyn to headline Parihaka Puanga Kai Rau Festival
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    Dave Dobbyn to headline Parihaka Puanga Kai Rau Festival

    For Taranaki and Whanganui iwi, Pipiri (June) marks the arrival of Puanga. Iwi mark the appearance of the star and celebrate during the month of June with Parihaka hosting their Puanga festival from June 9th to the 10th.

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    Māori Chancellor keen to expand Māori economy

    The first ever Māori Chancellor of Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa is keen to expand the potential in the Māori economy.  Michael Ahie (Taranaki, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) believes the university, with its expertise in the agri-food and business sectors, is well placed to empower Māori through education.

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    Pacific Panthers, Auckland Peace Action unite for Parihaka Day

    The Pacific Panthers and Auckland Peace Action are honouring the history of Parihaka by hosting a Peace Action conference at the Auckland Central Library on Parihaka Day on Saturday, November 5th.  The people of Parihaka, led by Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kākahi, resisted military forces by way of peaceful protests in a continued struggle against colonialism. The conference intends to continue the conversation by educating about and discussing contemporary peaceful resistance. 

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    Auckland to honour Parihaka Day

    The Auckland Central Library will host the Parihaka Day Peace Conference on Saturday 5 November.

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    Hīkoi hopes to influence better race relations

    New Plymouth Mayor Andrew Judd says Pākehā need to address racist attitudes if the country is to move forward to better race relations. Nearly 1000 people have marched to Parihaka alongside Judd. Te Kāea spoke to some Parihaka locals about what this hikoi means to them.

  9. Video for Ministers meet with Taranaki Māori to discuss important issues
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    Ministers meet with Taranaki Māori to discuss important issues

    A ministerial delegation including Prime Minister John Key is being held in Taranaki over the next few days meeting with local whānau, hapū, iwi, and Māori organisations. 

  10. Video for People of Parihaka gather in remembrance
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    People of Parihaka gather in remembrance

    The people of Parihaka have always commemorated the invasion of Parihaka by Crown troops more than 130 years ago. 

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