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  1. Video for Te Arawa ancestors inspire Rotorua Mural Symposium
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    Te Arawa ancestors inspire Rotorua Mural Symposium

    Rotorua is hosting its first Mural Symposium showcasing eight talented Māori and non-Māori muralists.  The large designs produced by local and invited artists from around the wider Bay of Plenty and overseas will go on to be displayed around the city.

  2. Video for Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders
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    Ōpōtiki youth to work with America's Cup boat builders

    Some Te Whakatōhea youth will soon learn to build an ocean vessel with the builders of New Zealand's Black Magic who won the America's Cup in 1995. McMullen and Wing have partnered with Whakatōhea Iwi and Whakatōhea Mussels to build the vessel in an effort to create employment for the region and its young people.

  3. Video for Iwi and Rotorua Mayor honour Ngāti Whakaue Chief
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    Iwi and Rotorua Mayor honour Ngāti Whakaue Chief

    Iwi from around the country, local government agencies and churches paid their final respects to the late Te Arawa leader Pihopa Kingi. Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick says the Ngāti Whakaue chief was pivotal in ensuring Iwi were included in decision-making regarding the City.

  4. Video for Young Te Arawa reo exponents say Pihopa Kingi's legacy will continue
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    Young Te Arawa reo exponents say Pihopa Kingi's legacy will continue

    Young Te Arawa Reo exponents paid tribute to the late Pihopa Kingi saying his teachings will live on. The Ngāti Whakaue leader is lying in state at Te Papaiouru in Ohinemutu where he will remain until his burial on Sunday.

  5. Video for Tributes flow for Te Arawa leader Pihopa Kingi
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    Tributes flow for Te Arawa leader Pihopa Kingi

    Tributes continue to flow for Te Arawa leader Pihopa Kingi who passed away yesterday. Te Arawa Iwi leader, Sir Toby Curtis says Kingi was an exceptional leader and instrumental in the return of the 13 Rotorua lakebeds to all Te Arawa tribes.

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    Te Arawa mourns the loss of Ngāti Whakaue leader Pihopa Kingi

    The people of Te Arawa are mourning the loss of Ngāti Whakaue chief, Pihopa Kingi. Kingi passed away yesterday afternoon at Rotorua hospital surrounded by whānau. He was 88-years-old. 

  7. Video for Mahuta says government will consider legislating Māori Council seats
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    Mahuta says government will consider legislating Māori Council seats

    The Minister for Local Government Nanaia Mahuta says the government will consider legislating Māori seats on councils in the future. This follows the latest resolution by the Whakatāne District Council to establish one or more Māori Wards.

  8. Video for Rotorua couple made to vacate drop-in centre for needy
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    Rotorua couple made to vacate drop-in centre for needy

    A Rotorua good Samaritan couple have had a hiccup in their quest to provide free meals and social services to the community's most needy. Lara Northcroft and Wetini Mitai-Ngatai recently opened a drop-in centre in the city but will need to vacate the premises at the end of this month.

  9. Video for New POIFIT fitness a hit in Rotorua
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    New POIFIT fitness a hit in Rotorua

    POIFIT is Rotorua's new and unique fusion of cultural fitness that blends poi skills with an upper and lower body workout. The once-a-week class is proving popular attracting up to 50 participants of both haka performers and beginners.

  10. Video for Tūwharetoa FM quartet finalists again for Ngā Tohu Reo Māori
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    Tūwharetoa FM quartet finalists again for Ngā Tohu Reo Māori

    For the second consecutive year Tūwharetoa FM are finalist for Ngā Tohu Reo Māori Awards. Their Tūwharetoa FM Quartet's 'Talk it Over' reversion called "Kōrero Tahi' has been nominated for the Arts and Entertainment category.

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