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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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. 

  4. 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'.  

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Video for Māori tertiary students in dream Japan trip
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    Māori tertiary students in dream Japan trip

    A specially selected group of Māori students from universities around Aotearoa are in Japan this week to connect with indigenous business as part of the Te Hononga-ā-Kiwa programme.

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    Governor of Hawai'i extends Mauna Kea telescope deadline

    Governor of Hawaii, David Ige has announced that he is rescinding the emergency proclamation that he previously made and that his administration is extending the deadline for TMT construction to start by two years, until Sept. 26, 2021.

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    U.S. appoints first Native American poet laureate- interview

    Joy Harjo, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, has been appointed as the United States poet laureate by the Library of Congress, acting as the country's official poet.   Harjo spoke to Te Ao Māori News about her life and work.  

  10. Video for 2019 Tribal Canoe Journeys - What is protocol?
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    2019 Tribal Canoe Journeys- What is protocol?

    Protocol is intrinsic to the annual tribal canoe journeys of the First Nations of the Pacific North West.  It is the ultimate gesture of giving thanks to a host by sharing the wealth of songs, dance, stories and crafts of a community. 

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