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  1. Video for 'Different landscape but the feel is the same'
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    'Different landscape but the feel is the same'

    Driving their stakes in the ground to stop the desecration of their sacred land is what unites indigenous peoples from around the world.  It's no different in Ihumātao, Aotearoa as it is in Hawai'i on Mauna Kea.  Te Ao reporter Mare Haimona-Riki spoke to Hawai'ian Professor Emalani Case who recently returned to Aotearoa from Mauna Kea.

  2. Video for NZ artists band together with new song 'Ka Mānu' for Ihumātao
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    NZ artists band together with new song 'Ka Mānu' for Ihumātao

    Musicians have banded together to record a song in support of the Ihumātao land protectors. Composed by Rob Ruha 'Ka Mānu' speaks of unity and peaceful resistance. 

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    Police acknowledge apology over radical abuse at Ihumātao

    NZ Police acknowledge apology by Anikaaro Harawira-Havili over last Monday night where she was seen racially abusing a police officer on Facebook to 'f**k off back to your own country'.  

  4. Video for Gold Coast ex-pats show support for Ihumātao
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    Gold Coast ex-pats show support for Ihumātao

    Dozens of Māori living and working on Australia's Gold Coast have come together to perform a haka to show their support for those manning the front lines of Ihumātao.

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    Tame Iti visits Ihumātao

    Veteran land rights advocate Tame Iti visited Ihumātao on Friday, which was the eighteen consecutive day since the police issued an eviction notice to those at the forefront of the Ihumātao protest. Te Ao reporter Kereama Wright was at Ihumātao and provided this report on the significance of Tame Iti's visit.

  6. Video for Māori visit Mauna Kea as Hawaiians visit Ihumātao
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    Māori visit Mauna Kea as Hawaiians visit Ihumātao

    Hawai'ian activist and Professor of Pacific Studies, Dr. Emalani Case, arrived at Ihumātao this morning bearing support from the Hawaiian campaign for the ongoing occupation movement in South Auckland.  At the same time, delegation of Māori scholars and rights advocates are being welcomed on to the Pu'uhonua 'o Pu'uhuluhulu at the base of Mauna Kea.

  7. Video for Pipi Mā launches season two at Ihumātao
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    Pipi Mā launches season two at Ihumātao

    Pipi Mā has launched its second season tonight, with founders, Kristin Ross ( Ngāti Kahu, Ngāti Tara) and Hōhepa Tuahine (Te Arawa, Mataatua) deciding to hold the premiere at Ihumātao as part of a family night. 

  8. Video for Music video filmed at Ihumātao to 'tautoko the kaupapa'
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    Music video filmed at Ihumātao to 'tautoko the kaupapa'

    Singer, songwriter Hoani Kake, known as Hazaduz, has performed alongside music icon Che Fu as a backing vocalist for 15 years.  Today he says he's taking a stand for the whānau at Ihumātao by filming the video clip for his new waiata, Taking my SOUL, at the site.

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    Frustration grows at Ihumātao

    A brief scuffle erupted at Ihumātao as an attempt was made by some of the group gathered there  to push through the Police line.

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    Large police influx divides protesters at Ihumātao

    Police have again increased their presence at Ihumātao, dividing those who have occupied the land in peaceful protest from their frontline.  According to sources on the ground, police began forming rank around homes and separated the groups from each other, preventing people and supplies from passing.

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