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  1. Video for Captain Cook statue relocated
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    Captain Cook statue relocated

    Local iwi in Gisborne are welcoming the removal of a Captain Cook statue from the top of their ancestral mountain, Titirangi.

  2. Video for Remembering their tipuna koroua who went to war
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    Remembering their tipuna koroua who went to war

    Eighty volunteers from around the country are in camp in Tūranga this weekend as part of a 100-man guard of honour that will commemorate 100 years since the return of the NZ Māori Pioneer Battalion from WWI.

  3. Video for More support needed to increase Māori teacher numbers – Iwi leaders
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    More support needed to increase Māori teacher numbers – Iwi leaders

    Iwi leaders are underwhelmed at the government's $95mil announcement to curb the teacher shortage.

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    Students of Māori martial arts "tested to the limits"

    Students of Māori martial arts were put to the test today during their mau rākau grading in Auckland.

  5. Video for Pre-Budget teachers package not enough to curb shortage – former teacher
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    Pre-Budget teachers package not enough to curb shortage – former teacher

    The government has allocated $95mil over four years to help address the country's teacher shortage in a pre-budget 2019 announcement.

  6. Video for Māori language app brings the voices of native speakers to life
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    Māori language app brings the voices of native speakers to life

    After 30 years of Māori language broadcasting, Radio Kahungunu are embracing digital ingenuity as they prepare to launch "Pukapuka Kōrero Tahi", a Māori language resource based on treasured collections from the storehouse of oral archives at Radio Kahungunu.

  7. Video for A monument to Māori exploration planned for site of Cook's landing
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    A monument to Māori exploration planned for site of Cook's landing

    A new monument is being built at the Puhi Kai Iti site in Gisborne, also known as 'Cook's landing site', to acknowledge 1,000 years of Māori navigation to Aotearoa.  The development will coincide with the Tuia - Encounters 250 programme by the Ministry of Culture and Heritage, which will commemorate 250 years since the arrival of Cook.

  8. Video for Traditional ocean voyaging providing education and lifestyle
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    Traditional ocean voyaging providing education and lifestyle

    To the East Coast now, where the rural, isolated community of Anaura Bay is hosting the inaugural Matangirua Waka Festival 2019. The festival brings experience waka experts, crew and families together to develop the growing knowledge base around inter-island sailing.

  9. Video for Artists challenge commemoration of Captain Cook's 'discovery' of NZ
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    Artists challenge commemoration of Captain Cook's 'discovery' of NZ

    A cohort of Māori artists is opposing Tuia 250, which commemorates the first contact between Māori and Europeans. The exhibition, 'He Tirohanga ki Tai - Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery', will be exhibited in New York, in conjunction with the UN Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues.

  10. Video for Taupuruariki Brightwell talks gender identity
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    Taupuruariki Brightwell talks gender identity

    As a trans-wahine, Taupuruariki Brightwell is calling for improvements in services for the wider LGBTQ+ community and those struggling with gender identity.

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