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    Ngāti Porou boxing gym developing future international champions

    Gisborne City Hit Pit Boxing Club may be small but it’s fierce in building champions. Ngāti Porou athletes Alhaji Sheriff, 16, and Tawhiri Toheriri-Hallet, 19, are training hard to represent New Zealand on the international stage. 

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    Poverty and rangatahi major concerns in Tairāwhiti

    Combating poverty and supporting rangatahi are two areas community leaders in Te Tairāwhiti want to see better supported, and a community trust is hoping to help make this happen by providing funding assistance.

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    The men behind the steel

    There's been a rise in Māori artists creating sculptures using steel instead of traditional wooden carving and these are the men helping to build them.

  4. Video for New project to develop Māori-owned land in Gisborne expected to bring $60m in revenue
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    New project to develop Māori-owned land in Gisborne expected to bring $60m in revenue

    A new project Turanga Whenua, Turanga Tangata developing Māori land in the Gisborne area is planned to bring millions of dollars of revenue to the rohe.

  5. Video for "Leave your ideas up north" - Hicks Bay whānau say to Shane Jones
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    "Leave your ideas up north"- Hicks Bay whānau say to Shane Jones

    Whānau in Wharekahika are fighting against the government’s proposal to build a port to barge logs out of Hicks Bay in Te Tairāwhiti.

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    ‘To hear the birds & see the bush is an awesome prospect,’ says Ngāti Oneone

    The government has given an extra $52,000 to the Titirangi Restoration Project in Gisborne. The additional funding will help the continuation of the work that began in 2015 when introduced trees were removed to make way for native plants.

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    'One moment in time, one moment that haunts my mind'

    Hyrum Paea suffers severe brain damage following an alcohol-related driving incident. Told he would never walk or talk again, Hyrum has overcome major challenges to share his story in the hope of helping others see the bigger picture.

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    Time is running out to vote in Tairāwhiti

    This year, the most Māori ever are running for Gisborne's District Council (GDC). But with two days left, only 1/3 of electors have voted.

  9. Video for Waka flotilla arrival a celebration of Māori and Polynesian voyaging culture
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    Waka flotilla arrival a celebration of Māori and Polynesian voyaging culture

    Te Moananui flotilla has arrived in Gisborne as part of the Tuia 250 commemorations. The flotilla of three waka hourua - Haunui, Ngahiraka mai Tawhiti and a Tahitian waka, Fa'afaite - were all welcomed by Tūranganui a Kiwa mana whenua today.

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    Māori artists initiate conversation through creative protest

    The 'NATIVE VOICES: Ko Au, Ko Mātau' exhibition at Tairawhiti museum is providing a platform for indigenous dialogue through art, responding to and challenging the commemoration of the arrival of Captain Cook.

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