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    King Tuheitia, Apiata, O'Regan named among others to attend Queen's funeral

    Kīng Tuheitia will be among New Zealanders attending the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London next week.

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    King Tuheitia recalls queen-to-queen relationship

    The late two queens at Turangawaewae Marae King Tuheitia will hold a prayer service tonight following the news of Queen Elizabeth II's death. 

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    King Tuheitia new patron of Starship Hospital

    King Tuheitia has accepted an invitation to become patron of Starship Child Health – Aotearoa’s largest child healthcare organisation.

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    'Stop using Māori and race issues for political gain': King Tuheitia challenges politicians

    Photo / File King Tuheitia has challenged the country’s political leaders to stop using Māori and race issues for political gain.

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    Mourners flock to first in-person koroneihana in three years

    Tears were shed today at the house of Mahinarangi at Tūrangawaewae Marae during the 16th commemoration of the coronation of King Tuheitia.

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    Safety measures but Tainui whānau happy to be back at Tūrangawaewae

    With covid restrictions lifted, the Māori King's coronation commemoration forged ahead in person this week after a three-year wait.

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    Waikato Expressway opens, cuts travel time by 35 minutes; speed limit 110 km/h

    King Tuheitia and Transport Minister Michael Wood this morning cut the ribbon on the largest roading project in Waikato’s history.

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    Kīngitanga to meet Prince of Wales

    Pai mārire filled the whare karakia at Hopuhopu today in tribute to Kīngi Koroki, the fifth Māori king who died on this day in 1966. 

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    Waikato-Tainui, Tuwharetoa leaders call for Māori to get the jab

    King Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero Te Tuawhitu and Tuwharetoa paramount chief Sir Tumu Te Heuheu are banding together to encourage all Māori to get vaccinated.

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