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  1. Video for Hawaiians protest against construction of $1.4 billion telescope on sacred mountain
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    Hawaiians protest against construction of $1.4 billion telescope on sacred mountain

    Oiwi TV in Hawai'i has reported that protestors against the construction of one of the world's largest telescopes on top of Mauna Kea in Hilo Hawai'i are being arrested by Police

  2. Photo / The Indigenous Runway Project
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    The Indigenous Runway Project to debut in Aotearoa

    The Indigenous Runway Project will make its way to New Zealand for the first time since its establishment in 2012.

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    Protesters join forces to oppose construction of telescope on Mauna Kea

    More than 50 protesters gathered outside Mauna Kea in Hilo, Hawai'i to oppose the construction of a thirty-metre telescope.

  4. Video for Hireme to feature in Indigenous Sevens Tournament
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    Hireme to feature in Indigenous Sevens Tournament

    Sevens rugby player Honey Hireme is set to play for the Tainui in the Indigenous Sevens Tournament held this weekend in Cambridge. 

  5. Video for Waitangi festivities bringing together all peoples
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    Waitangi festivities bringing together all peoples

    Despite the low numbers that turned out to the Waitangi grounds yesterday, spectators and supporters of the celebrations didn't fail to turn out today.

  6. Video for Native American community sees Māori as beacon in language revitalisation
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    Native American community sees Māori as beacon in language revitalisation

    Native American leader, Pearl Means, says her people see Māori as a beacon in language revitalisation.  In an effort to save their own dying language, they are modelling their future total immersions schools from Māori.

  7. Video for Taranaki woman named as global HIV advocate
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    Taranaki woman named as global HIV advocate

    There are 30 million people globally living with HIV.  Marama Pala from Taranaki has been named as a global advocate for HIV, representing the interest of indigenous people on the world stage. 

  8. Video for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga holds biennial research conference
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    Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga holds biennial research conference

    Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is holding its sixth biennial International Indigenous Development Research Conference. 

  9. Video for Native Affairs exclusive interview with John Pilger
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    Native Affairs exclusive interview with John Pilger

    Recently, Native Affairs producer Annabelle Lee held an exclusive interview with acclaimed filmmaker, John Pilger, about his epic new film, Utopia.

  10. Video for Trelise Cooper slammed for use of traditional Native American head pieces
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    Trelise Cooper slammed for use of traditional Native American head pieces

    Dame Trelise Cooper has apologies for her "70s Vibe" runway show after her models wore traditional native American War head pieces.

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