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  1. Video for Tūhoe marae remove support for Te Uru Taumatua
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    Tūhoe marae remove support for Te Uru Taumatua

    Two tribal marae in Ngāi Tūhoe which represent over 100 beneficiaries are planning to remove their support for the tribes governing body, Te Uru Taumatua.

  2. Video for Singing songs about their homeland Te Urewera
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    Singing songs about their homeland Te Urewera

    The finals of the Smokefree Pacifica Beats were held in Auckland this week. Māori reggae band Te Urewera, made up of students at TKKM o Huiarau from Ruatahuna, took out the $500 Native Reo Award.

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    Tūhoe recognised for working relationships with Crown and DOC

    The Institute of Public Administration New Zealand (IPANZ) has recognised Tūhoe and its development of working partnerships with the Crown and Government departments.

  4. Video for Native Affairs – Rua Kenana Pardon
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    Native Affairs – Rua Kenana Pardon

    Plans are underway to restore the mana and reputation of controversial Tūhoe prophet Rua Kēnana.

  5. Video for Te Urewera management plan future of conservation – Kruger
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    Te Urewera management plan future of conservation – Kruger

    Te Urewera Board has released its draft principles of management for Te Urewera, formerly Te Urewera National Park, which was recognised as a legal entity three years ago. It's key approach is to focus more on the management of people at Te Urewera instead of management of the land. 

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    New innovative management plan for Te Urewera

    In a public announcement today the Te Urewera Board released its draft principles to management the legal entity Te Urewera otherwise known as Te Urewera National Park. The principles are set to align with the unique relationship Te Urewera has with its people.

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    Closure for family of Japanese tourist who died in Te Urewera hut blaze

    The family of a Japanese tourist who died in a hut blaze in the former Te Urewera National Park has been able to find closure to his death after visiting the site where he died.

  8. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Healing the past
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Healing the past

    One hundred years ago in April, police invaded the village of Maungapōhatu in the heart of Ngāi Tūhoecountry.  Tom Stephenson, a descendant of one of the policemen who arrested prophet Rua Kenana fronted up to face locals in an emotional ceremony and to make his peace. 

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    Māori doyenne of broadcasting passes

    Māori broadcaster, Puhi Rangiaho, has passed away after a long illness.  She died at Tauranga Hospital surrounded by whānau last night. 

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