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  1. Video for University of Hawai'i president to visit Mauna Kea
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    University of Hawai'i president to visit Mauna Kea

    The University of Hawai'i president David Lassner is visiting Mauna Kea for the first time tomorrow. Kanaka Maoli are protesting the establishment of a telescope on the mountain, which they say is sacred. The Native Hawai'ians have now been occupying the land for 12 days. 

  2. Video for Daughter follows in footsteps of her father Māori activist Mike Smith
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    Daughter follows in footsteps of her father Māori activist Mike Smith

    Land protectors continue to occupy the whenua at Ihumātao and one of the occupants is Te Aatarangi Rangimarie Smith, the daughter of Māori activist Mike Smith who took a chainsaw to the pine tree on One Tree Hill in 1994.

  3. Video for ‘No building activity on Ihumātao until solution is found’ - PM
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    ‘No building activity on Ihumātao until solution is found’- PM

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced there will be no building activity on Ihumātao until a solution is found between all parties involved in the dispute.

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    "Jacinda, I hope you hear our cry"- Stan Walker performs at Ihumātao

    Singer Stan Walker has shown his support for the demonstrators gathered at Ihumātao with a speech and singing performance at the site last night.

  5. Video for 38 years since Springbok tour protests
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    38 years since Springbok tour protests

    Exactly 38 years ago today hundreds of protestors invaded Rugby Park in the Waikato as the All Blacks prepared to take on the Springboks.

  6. Video for An interview with Mauna Kea protector, Pua Case
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    An interview with Mauna Kea protector, Pua Case

    The Mauna Kea movement is gaining international momentum and attention, although it's an issue that has been developing for a number of years.  We look back at an interview with Pua Case, one of the driving forces behind the movement, who spoke to Te Ao reporter Te Kuru Dewes when Case visited Aotearoa as a keynote speaker for the He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference.

  7. Video for Paddle to Lummi - Hundreds converge for the 2019 Tribal Canoe Journeys - BLOG
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    Paddle to Lummi- Hundreds converge for the 2019 Tribal Canoe Journeys- BLOG

    Toi Māori Aotearoa representatives Piripi Taylor and Kevin Harrison, also of Māori Television’s Te Ao Māori news have begun their journey in the 2019 Tribal Journeys – Paddle to Lummi.

  8. Video for Māori show support for Mauna Kea
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    Māori show support for Mauna Kea

    Māori in Aotearoa are showing their support for Kanaka Maoli in Hawai'i who are peacefully occupying their sacred mountain Mauna Kea to halt the construction of a thirty metre telescope.

  9. Video for Arrests made at Mauna Kea
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    Arrests made at Mauna Kea

    Protectors at Hawaii's Mauna Kea for blocking construction of the Thirty-Meter Telescope continue to stand their ground.

  10. Video for Hawai'ian telescope protesters may block airports, harbours
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    Hawai'ian telescope protesters may block airports, harbours

    For the second day this week, indigenous Hawai'ian groups are trying to stop the construction of a giant telescope on their ancestral mountain, Mauna Kea. 

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