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  1. Video for Te Matatini 2017 - Prizegiving Results
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    2019 Te Matatini Host – Te Whanganui-a-Tara

    The ‘Te Mauri o Matatini’ stones representing the hosting rights has been handed over at Kahungunu Park today to the 2019 hosts, Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

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    Te Matatini fans pick their favourites

    Fewer people attended church this Sunday in order to watch the drama unfold on the final day of Te Matatini, 2017.

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    Nine finalists give it their all on Te Matatini Finals Day

    The Top 9 teams selected to compete for the top spot at Te Matatini 2017 are giving it their all, one last time on stage today.

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    Te Matatini 2017 – Top Nine Finalists

    The judge’s results have been calculated and the top nine teams who will go through to the finals Sunday morning are as follows.....

  6. Video for Matatini 2017 - Te Kāheru Matarau ā Hauā
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    Matatini 2017- Te Kāheru Matarau ā Hauā

    Te Kāheru Matarau ā Hauā represents Ngāti Hauā and is an affiliate to Ngāti Te Oro, Ngāti Rangi Tāwhaki, Ngāti Werewere, Te Iti o Hauā, Te Rangitaupi, Ngāti Waenganui hapū.

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    Te Matatini 2017- Te Roopū Manutaki

    Hoani Waititi Marae was the birthplace of Te Roopū Manutaki, which was formed in 1968 by Dr Pita Sharples, the founding tutor and leader.

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    Matatini 2017- Te Poutūmārō

    Te Poutūmārō is a newly formed kapa haka group from the Waitaha region. Members of the rōpū hail from Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown and Invercargill and strive to lift the level of haka in Te Waipounamu.

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    Te Matatini 2017- Te Tū Mataora

    From Palmerston North and Ashhurst, Te Tū Mataora kapa haka was established in 2007.   Te Tū Mataora is a whānau-orientated collective that is strengthened by a vision to share, preserve and appreciate traditional customs. The rōpū is no stranger to the Te Matatini stage, having competed in the national competition in 2009, 2013, and 2015. Te Tū Mataora along with Te Kapa Haka o Kairanga were the 2 teams who qualified to represent the Rangitāne region.

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    Te Matatini 2017 – Ngā Taonga Mai Tawhiti

    Wellington-based rōpū Ngā Taonga Mai Tawhiti is well known for their impressive performances at regional competitions.

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