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    Tairāwhiti Tamararo Regionals 2016- Rongo Te Manawa

    Rongo Te Manawa is affiliated to Rongowhakāta and Ngāi Tāmanuhir iwi, and are here today to support all the groups performing at the Tamararo Regional competition.

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    Tairāwhiti Tamararo Regionals 2016- Te Kapa o Mangatū

    After a four year recess, Te Kapa o Mangatū return to the Tamararo competition rejuvenated and led by a new generation of Ngā Ariki Kaipūtahi members.

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    Tairāwhiti Tamararo Regionals 2016- Te Aho a Maui

    Led by kaitātaki tane Kahurangi Matene and kaitātaki wahine Ashlee Maka, Te Aho a Maui also known as Te Whatukura are the 9th team to perform at the Tamararo competition at the Gisborne Events Centre today.

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    Te Tairāwhiti Kapa Haka Regionals 2016- Tū Te Manawa Maurea

    Linked to all the marae and hapū of Rongowhakāta, this year Tū Te Manawa Maurea celebrate 10 years in the making as they take the stage the Gisborne Event centre in Houhoupiko.

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    Tairāwhiti Tamararo Regionals 2016- Hikurangi Ahikaa

    “Whakarukea! Tū tonu maunga Hikurangi, tuohu ko ngā uri e” is a mission statement Hikurangi Ahikaa strongly uphold as they go into the Tamararo regional competitions this morning.

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    Tairāwhiti Tamararo Regionals 2016- Te Aitanga a Hauiti ki Ūawa

    Defending champions of the 2014 Tairāwhiti Tamararo Competition, Tai Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti ki Ūawa are the eleventh team to perform at the Gisborne Events Centre in Houhoupiko today.

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    Native Affairs- Gizzy Day

    It's called Gizzy Day but it's a long way from the East Coast.  It's a big musical picnic organised in Brisbane by an old Gizzy bro called Willy James. Our Australian correspondent Mātai Smith catches up with Willy, a big man with a big heart - and a big laugh.

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    Rivers less than ideal for Gisborne paddlers

    The sewage contaminated rivers in Gisborne are a less than ideal training ground for the NZ Women's Elite Waka Ama Team. Conditions that could jeopardise their health ahead of the world competition. 

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    "Bikes in Schools" initiative benefits Gisborne students

    The Gisborne District Council has thrown their support behind Bikes in Schools, an initiative that will benefit primary and intermediate students in Gisborne.

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    Arm wrestling champ to change image of sport

    Arm wrestling champ John Leach is on a mission to change the image of the sport in NZ.He's formed the Lock n Drop Arm Wrestling Club in Gisborne to help move it away from the pub scene and into a more open forum. .

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