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  1. Video for Creators of 'Blue Smoke' - NZ's first pop song to be inducted into Hall of Fame
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    Creators of 'Blue Smoke'- NZ's first pop song to be inducted into Hall of Fame

    Ruru Karaitiana and Pixie Williams of Ngāti Kahungunu and Jim Carter will be inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame at the 2019 APRA Silver Scroll Awards for their waiata Blue Smoke which was recorded in te reo Māori and English in 1949.

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    Connecting Pacific communities through their taonga

    Since 2016, more than 5,600 Pacific taonga have been shared with Pacific communities as a part of the Auckland Museum's Pacific Collections Access Project (PCAP). Auckland Museum Tumuaki - Director of Māori and Pacific Development Linnae Pohatu says these objects are now much richer because they have been re-connected to their people through this work.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

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    Political statement, social commentary or vandalism?

    The statue of British explorer James Cook in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa has become a catalyst for social commentary after being vandalised with the words "Thief Pakeha" and "This is our land" causing heated discussion, both locally and online.

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    Recognising original Māori place names

    Two iconic East Coast place names of Ngāti Porou, Whangaokeno and Wharekahika, are now legally recognised alongside the colonial names of East Island and Hicks Bay given by Captain Cook and the crew of the Endeavour.

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