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  1. Video for MATA HAKA 4: Tūranga Ake
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    MATA HAKA 4: Tūranga Ake

    Amomai Pihama takes an indepth look into Brisbane group, Tūranga Ake's preparations for Te Matatini.

  2. Video for MATA HAKA 3: Te Toka Tū Manawa
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    MATA HAKA 3: Te Toka Tū Manawa

    Here's Heeni Brown's report on Te Toka Tū Manawa from Auckland.

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    Iwi Anthems

    Every iwi has its anthem, they’re the waiata and haka we love to sing and perform at gatherings.

  4. Video for MATA HAKA: Te Reanga Mōrehu o Rātana
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    MATA HAKA: Te Reanga Mōrehu o Rātana

    As we countdown the days to Te Matatini 2013 due to kick off in Rotorua next week, our haka commentator Heeni Brown, shares her report on Te Reanga Mōrehu o Rātana, from the Aotea region.

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    Te Matatini mahau unveiled

    A special ceremony early this morning blessed the Te Matatini stage archway in Rotorua.  

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    Ngā Pōtiki a Hinehopu

    Next week, the country's top kapa haka will take the national Te Matatini stage in Rotorua. To begin our lead-up coverage, our haka commentator Heeni Brown, spent time with one of the groups preparing for this years competition, Ngā Pōtiki who hail from Te Arawa.

  7. Video for Sneak peek at Matatini stage archway
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    Sneak peek at Matatini stage archway

    The Matatini stage archway is nearly complete, and it's expected to be erected at this year's Rotorua venue next week. 

  8. Video for Ka Mau te Wehi book launch
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    Ka Mau te Wehi book launch

    With only three weeks out from the kapa haka nationals, Te Matatini, last night, a book called 'Ka Mau Te Wehi' was launched at a concert event in Auckland.

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    Matatini Festival going 'AWOP'

    There'll be a change in the method of payment at Te Matatini in Rotorua this year in February.

  10. Video for Māori culture intensive for the Warriors
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    Māori culture intensive for the Warriors

    Intelligence, fitness, strength and understanding cultural heritage are all qualities of a warrior, and that's exactly what the Vodafone Warriors focussed on at a cultural day at Auckland University's Waipapa Marae, run by Te Whare Wānanga o Te Awanuiārangi, to give them a crash course in Māori language and protocols. The day was encouraged and organised by Warriors board member, Donna Grant, in order to promote Māori culture within the team.

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