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    Ngā Tauira Māori at the ready for Great Waka Ama race

    Students from The University of Auckland have formed seven mixed men’s and women’s teams to paddle on the Waitemata Harbour and compete in the 6th annual Great Waka Ama race this weekend.

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    Hawaiians aim to develop their Ke Ku’Ula Leo initiative with Māori

    A Hawaiian language expert Kaliko Baker is looking at the Māori Language School of Excellence as a blueprint for a school of Hawaiian language excellence. His aspirations were expressed at the He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference in Hamilton. 

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    Horses, Hawaiians and holiday races

    The Boxing Day Races showcased an array of spectacular racing, and heart-stopping action this year including Miss Hawai'i 1st runner-up who was teaching race goers how to hula.

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    Applications open for Pacific writer's residency in Hawai'i

    Mid-career or senior New Zealand writers of Pacific heritage are being invited to apply for the 2017 Fulbright-Creative New Zealand Pacific Writer’s Residency at the University of Hawai‘i.  The three-month residency, supported by Fulbright New Zealand and Creative New Zealand, is for a creative writing project exploring Pacific identity, culture or history.

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    Dr Te Raukura Roa to share reo prowess with Canterbury students

    As a part of the Visiting Canterbury Fellowship programme, Dr Te Raukura Roa (Waikato-Tainui), from the University of Hawaii at Mānoa, will teach in UC’s postgraduate Te Reo Te Kōhure course for the next six weeks. 

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    American indigenous students learn about Māori research frameworks

    A group of indigenous students from America are in NZ to learn more about Māori research frameworks. The eight students were at the University of Auckland today to extend their knowledge in the hope it will strengthen their research approaches to benefit their own indigenous communities.

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    Native Affairs- The Lagoon

    Native Affairs visits the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The He'eia Fishpond is one of the most historic in the world, created around 800 years ago. Its purpose was to cultivate pua, baby fish, to maturity. Fifty years ago the wall was destroyed by flooding and recently the locals called out for help.

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    Native Affairs – On the margins

    Those who become foster parents to our tamariki are an inspiration to us all. It's really tough work. But beyond our shores it can be tough work just finding foster parents. For our Hawaiian cousins the challenge is enormous.

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    Hawaiian taonga loaned by Te Papa return home

    Hawaiian taonga loaned by Te Papa are being welcomed home to Honolulu's Bishop Museum. Taonga include the feather 'ahu' ula (cloak) and mahiole (helmet).

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    Ōkahu Bay karanga highlights Mauna Kea desecration

    A group of people gathered at Ōkahu Bay in Auckland to conduct a karanga to highlight the desecration of the Hawaiian mountain Mauna Kea.

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