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  1. Video for Weaving together people, culture and heritage
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    Weaving together people, culture and heritage

    The largest tukutuku panels in the world are being constructed for a new Māori design that will stand at the Cook Landing Site National Reserve in Gisborne, known by Māori as Puhi Kai Iti.  Ngāti Oneone artist Nick Tupara says the project aims to balance out the way Māori and Pākehā history is presented.

  2. Video for The road to East Coast employment
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    The road to East Coast employment

    The roads on the East Coast are notorious for being in constant need of repair due to frequent and heavy use.  Now, nearly 100 jobs have been created from the investment into Tairāwhiti roading from the Provincial Growth Fund and the National Land Transport Fund.

  3. Video for Community lays down wero - "There is a better life than drugs and alcohol, whānau"
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    Community lays down wero- "There is a better life than drugs and alcohol, whānau"

    As part of the national 'Save our Tamariki, Save our Future' campaign, in Gisborne, parents are also being challenged to change their ways and fight for the future of their children.

  4. Video for Titirangi summit development gets under way with iwi consent
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    Titirangi summit development gets under way with iwi consent

    A new multi-purpose building will be built on Kaitī Hill in Gisborne, as part of the Te Taumata o Tītīrangi Summit (Kaiti Hill) redevelopment in a partnership between Ngāti Oneone and the Gisborne District Council.

  5. Video for 'Tupapa - Our Stand, Our Story' - telling stories from a Māori perspective
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    'Tupapa- Our Stand, Our Story'- telling stories from a Māori perspective

    Following the overwhelming response to the graffiti on the statue of Captain Cook in Gisborne, we now take a look at the award-winning 'Tupapa - Our Stand. Our Story' multimedia experience, which aims to balance the mainstream narrative by presenting stories from the perspective of local Tūranga iwi.

  6. Video for "It's outrageous we don't know our own history" - Dame Jenny Shipley
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    "It's outrageous we don't know our own history"- Dame Jenny Shipley

    Dame Jenny Shipley, the co-chair of Tuia 250 Encounters, says the upcoming commemorations for the arrival of Captain Cook 250 years ago will be very evenly handled, with both tangata whenua and Pākehā cultures celebrated.

  7. Video for Capt. Cook: A 'genocidal murderer' -  indigenous scholar Tina Ngata
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    Capt. Cook: A 'genocidal murderer'- indigenous scholar Tina Ngata

    When Captain Cook and his crew landed in New Zealand in 1769, he left a permanent imprint on the consciousness of New Zealanders. For some, he's a hero but to others he's a "genocidal murderer".

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    Tairāwhiti iwi and council cooperate on award-winning project

    Tupapa – Our Stand, Our Story, a bilingual, multimedia heritage experience undertaken by four iwi and the Gisborne District Council has taken out the overall award in the 2019 Local Government New Zealand Excellence Awards.

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    A celebration, or a commemoration?

    National MP Paul Goldsmith wants the fact that Māori and Pākehā did meet, "imperfections and all", to be celebrated through Tuia Encounters 250, which marks 250 years since the arrival of Captain Cook and the Endeavour. The Minister in charge of Tuia 250, Māori-Crown Relations Minister Kelvin Davis says it's a commemoration, not a celebration.

  10. Video for Endeavour replica reveals racism
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    Endeavour replica reveals racism

    A petition opposing a replica of the Endeavour coming to Aotearoa for the Tuia Encounters 250 commemorations is being shared online. The replica is part of a flotilla that will voyage around Aotearoa marking 250 years since the first encounters between Māori and Pākehā.

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