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  1. Video for Taupo's first Māori cultural cruise set to sail
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    Taupo's first Māori cultural cruise set to sail

    Taurikura is the first interactive Māori cultural scenic cruise set to entertain the throngs on lake Taupo this summer. In an exclusive, Te Kāea was invited to their practise run ahead of their first official outing next month.

  2. Video for Rotorua churches unite to help the city's homeless
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    Rotorua churches unite to help the city's homeless

    Waka Whakamua is a newly formed collective of Rotorua community groups and churches who aim to make more of an impact working together to help the city's homeless.  Two local churches have been providing shelter and mentoring rough sleepers for some time.

  3. Video for Hundreds converge on Tauarau marae for Te Rangi McGarvey tangihana
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    Hundreds converge on Tauarau marae for Te Rangi McGarvey tangihana

    Iwi from around the motu and officials from the Waitangi Tribunal paid their final respects to reo Māori exponent Te Rangi Karaitiana McGarvey at Tauarau marae in the Rūātoki valley of Tūhoe.

  4. Video for Tributes flow for Māori parliamentary translator Te Rangi McGarvey
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    Tributes flow for Māori parliamentary translator Te Rangi McGarvey

    Tributes are flowing for reo Māori exponent and parliamentary translator, Te Rangi McGarvey. Former Minister of Māori Development Te Ururoa Flavell says his contribution and service for the Māori language was exceptional.

  5. Video for Law Commission looks to rewrite property law to include tikanga Māori
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    Law Commission looks to rewrite property law to include tikanga Māori

    The New Zealand Law Commission is investigating the Property (Relationships) Act and whether or not it can extend to recognise tikanga Māori when relationships end and property is divided. Public submissions open next week.

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    Sibling fraud leaves Māori land-owners at loss

    Stephen Henare (60) and Margaret Dixon (59) whom are brother and sister have been charged with fraud. The duo face Crime Act charges of ‘Theft by person in special relationship’ due to their roles as trustees for the Parengarenga 3G Trust.

  7. Video for Rotorua Tuku Iho performers will again entertain American masses
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    Rotorua Tuku Iho performers will again entertain American masses

    Rotorua's Tuku Iho, the Living Legacy exhibition haka performers will again entertain American crowds, this time at Los Angeles popular Venice Beach. 

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    Māori filmmaker takes to Global International Film Festival Circuit

    Award winning Māori filmmaker Renae Maihi (Ngāti Whakaue, Ngāpuhi) has three films screening on the Global International Film Festival Circuit and two out of the three has te reo Māori content.

  9. Video for New archaeological discovery at ancient Tauranga Pā
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    New archaeological discovery at ancient Tauranga Pā

    An archaeological discovery of national significance has been made at Tauranga's ancient Otamataha Pā site. The discovery was found through new technology which paints a picture of anything underground.

  10. Video for Rotorua's needy brought to the forefront on World Homeless Day
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    Rotorua's needy brought to the forefront on World Homeless Day

    According to Rotorua's Lifewise report, the number of rough sleepers in the city has more than doubled over the last three years. The mental well-being and addictions service is utilising World Homeless Day to raise awareness of the issue in their community.

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