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  1. Video for Tairāwhiti Arts Festival back to the future
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    Tairāwhiti Arts Festival back to the future

    The Tairāwhiti Arts Festival has found a way to connect its past with its digital future.

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    Future of shrouded Captain Cook statue uncertain

    But Te Rūnanga o Ngā Wairiki Ngāti Apa says removing statues and street names in isolation will simply put a band-aid over a chance to inform and educate communities on local history.

  3. Video for Public statues should be kept to remind us about our history - professor
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    Public statues should be kept to remind us about our history- professor

    Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley says public statues and monuments should be kept, so people can be reminded about the good and bad events of New Zealand history.

  4. Video for Cook statue in Tūranga vandalised yet again
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    Cook statue in Tūranga vandalised yet again

    The Captain Cook statue in Tūranga Gisborne has been vandalised yet again over the weekend, raising questions on whether or not it should be moved, following national and international movement to remove colonial statues as symbols of colonisation and oppression.  

  5. Video for Aotearoa's colonial past still hotly disputed
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    Aotearoa's colonial past still hotly disputed

    The George Floyd protests have sparked a reaction around the world as protestors also reject the remnants of colonisation. 

  6. Video for Te Papa to reopen after its longest closure in 22-year history
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    Te Papa to reopen after its longest closure in 22-year history

    The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is set to re-open tomorrow after being closed due to the impact of COVID-19.

  7. Video for Public knowledge of NZ history more important than a public holiday - Kaawhia Te Muraahi
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    Public knowledge of NZ history more important than a public holiday- Kaawhia Te Muraahi

    Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon has revived a call to observe the New Zealand Wars as a public holiday, saying now is the right time to do so.

  8. Video for Wooden object 'taonga' discovered at Gisborne Airport Terminal
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    Wooden object 'taonga' discovered at Gisborne Airport Terminal

    Heritage New Zealand and a hapū of Rongowhakaata have assembled at Gisborne Airport after contractors working on the new extended terminal have uncovered part of a wooden object that may be a historic taonga.

  9. Video for Rangitāne prepare for Pūkaha's return
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    Rangitāne prepare for Pūkaha's return

    Rangitāne iwi are preparing for a major celebration next month, when the Crown is due to give back the Pūkaha reserve as part of their settlement redress.

  10. Video for  Te Pūtake o te Riri karakia honours ancestors
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    Te Pūtake o te Riri karakia honours ancestors

    More than 300 people woke in darkness, to make their way to the dawn service, a continuation of the Te Pūtake o te Riri celebrations.

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