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  1. Video for Stirring title, film gets standing ovation at TIFF
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    Stirring title, film gets standing ovation at TIFF

    A new television series from Australia with a controversial title has had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it received an emotional and stirring standing ovation.

  2. Video for Taranaki designer showcases at New York Fashion Week
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    Taranaki designer showcases at New York Fashion Week

    Singapore-based Māori designer Tessa Bailey-Lont showcased her latest collection The Hunter is now hunted for the first time today at New York Fashion Week. 

  3. Video for NZ advocacy groups call for protection of indigenous people living in Amazon
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    NZ advocacy groups call for protection of indigenous people living in Amazon

    New Zealand advocacy groups are urging Brazilian authorities to manage the fires at the Amazon rainforest and protect the one million indigenous people living there.

  4. Video for Moko and music both from the heart.
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    Moko and music both from the heart.

    Multi award-winning artist Maisey Rika breaks her silence on her recent decision to get her moko kauae.  Tonight she will be performing in front of hundreds for the first time since getting her moko to fundraise money to support those at Ihumātao.

  5. Video for Uncovering New Zealand's shameful history
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    Uncovering New Zealand's shameful history

    A short film inspired by the poem 'Blackbird' highlighting cheap labour and "slavery" among Māori and Pasifika is set to be released this week. Director Onehou Strickland from Te Teko says, “a lot of people don’t think that we had our own slave trade.”

  6. Video for Stamina and endurance sees Hinetoa take honours
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    Stamina and endurance sees Hinetoa take honours

    The Aotearoa U19 women's waka ama crew 'Hinetoa' have been crowned world champions at the 2019 IVF Va'a World Distance Champs.

  7. Video for Nan's connection to whenua inspires Te Arawa choreographer
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    Nan's connection to whenua inspires Te Arawa choreographer

    Bianca Hyslop's dance piece, Pōhutu, is inspired by her 88-year-old grandmother Ramari Rangiwhiua Morrison, who has Alzheimer's disease, and her connection to the land at Te Whakarewarewatanga-o-te-ope-taua-a-Wahiao, Rotorua.

  8. 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. 

  9. Video for Police acknowledge apology over radical abuse at Ihumātao
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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'.  

  10. 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.

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