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  1. Video for McHappy or McAngus? Jovial Māori video gets mixed reactions
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    McHappy or McAngus? Jovial Māori video gets mixed reactions

    McDonald's is back on the menu when lockdown lifts on Tuesday next week. The news was welcomed in particular by two cousins in Rotorua who posted an impromptu chant in Māori on Facebook, but not everyone found it entertaining. 

  2. Video for Matoe duo singstars on Lockdown Ent
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    Matoe duo singstars on Lockdown Ent

    Alma and Hank Matoe, who live in Australia, stay connected with their whānau through social media. Due to their popularity, the duo has become regular singers on the Lockdown Entertainment Facebook page.

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    NZ artists collaborate in unique waiata to help Kiwis through COVID-19 pandemic

    Stan Walker, Joel Shadbolt from L.A.B, Ria Hall, Rob Ruha and Hollie Smith are just some of the artists featured in the waiata Stay.

  4. Video for Pere Wihongi dedicates new song to the world in lockdown
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    Pere Wihongi dedicates new song to the world in lockdown

    Popular Māori musician Pere Wihongi has released his latest music video called E Raka, E, which he says is dedicated to our world now currently in lockdown.

  5. Video for Palmerston whānau hosts online workouts with relatives across the world
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    Palmerston whānau hosts online workouts with relatives across the world

    The Sidney-Richmond whānau from Palmerston North is hosting morning workouts via Zoom to stay connected to whānau around Aotearoa and the world.

  6. Video for Reverend brings joy on Easter by sharing hilarious TikTok videos
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    Reverend brings joy on Easter by sharing hilarious TikTok videos

    As Easter approaches Anglican Canon Reverend Christopher Huriwai has been doing his best to make people smile throughout lockdown by and sharing videos on TikTok of him burning it up on the dance–floor.

  7. Video for Videos of traditional kākahu transformations lift spirits during isolation
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    Videos of traditional kākahu transformations lift spirits during isolation

    Online videos of indigenous people transforming into their traditional kākahu are lifting the spirits of others all around the world during the COVID-19 lockdown.

  8. Video for Ngā Waihotanga: Pātea legacy continues at Aotea Regionals
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    Ngā Waihotanga: Pātea legacy continues at Aotea Regionals

    This coming Saturday the Aotea regionals will be hosted at the TSB Hub in Hawera. One of the new teams are the students of the late Hui Kahu, the famous nanny in the music video ‘Poi E.’ Te Ao went to visit the team at Wai-o-Turi Marae in Pātea. Here is the story of Ngā Waihotanga.

  9. Video for Māori and Cherokee perform together to honour ancestral kaitiaki
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    Māori and Cherokee perform together to honour ancestral kaitiaki

    The dance performance Hōkioi me te Vwōhali tells the story of the shared whakapapa of Hōkioi, Haast Eagle and the Vwōhali, American Golden Eagle.

  10. Video for 'Hilarious' theatre production about Māori and Indigenous Australian wedding
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    'Hilarious' theatre production about Māori and Indigenous Australian wedding

    An Indigenous Australian theatre company and a Māori theatre company have come together for the first time to create a hilarious new production, Black Ties. 

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