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  1. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Fred Baker
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Fred Baker

    Our Matariki unsung hero for tonight is Fred Baker who has been involved at the Pōneke Rugby Club in Kilbirnie for 40 years. 

  2. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Joe Harawira
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Joe Harawira

    This year marks 33 years since Joe Harawira started helping ex-sawmill workers affected by poisons while working in the mills.

  3. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Taumata Soloman
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Taumata Soloman

    He's a young leader, cultural performer, teacher and a bodybuilder.  Taumata Soloman is helping children in Rotorua find their Māori world.

  4. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Kiriata Matthews
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Kiriata Matthews

    Kiriata Matthews has committed much of her life to Te Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust alongside her dear partner Eruiti Matiu before his passing in 2014.

  5. Video for Matariki Magic, Series 2 Episode 3
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    Matariki Magic, Series 2 Episode 3

    A celebration that entertains with emerging young talent, inspires with stories of community commitment and celebrates with the festivities around the country. Part three of four. (PREMIERE)

  6. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Te Rangi Huata
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Te Rangi Huata

    For almost the last 20 years, Te Rangi Huata from Ngāti Kahungunu has been putting his creative talents to use and co-ordinating brilliant fireworks displays - pyro musicals or music to fireworks.

  7. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Rangi Davis
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Rangi Davis

    Te Kāea's Matariki Hero for tonight has dedicated over 20 years of hard work to the community and the families of Hato Petera College, but especially offering support to Māori women and their children. 

  8. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Kura Walker
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Kura Walker

    A descendant of Rua Kenana who grew up nurtured in her culture handed down by the old people since she was a child.  Some call her Nanny Paraoa. She's a familiar face in the Papakura community, sharing the knowledge, sharing her culture, and sharing her rēwena bread with anyone and everyone.

  9. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Carol Ngāwati
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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Carol Ngāwati

    Tonight's Matariki hero hails from Ngāti Porou.  She's been involved in education for 32 years and always fought for and found innovative ways for Māori to succeed in education, sport and health.  The education advocate set up the first primary school bilingual unit in West Auckland at Ranui Primary.  Along with her late husband Gerrard, Carol Ngāwati started Māori Touch NZ and still runs the Māori Touch Tournament 20 years on.

  10. Video for Matariki Magic, Series 2 Episode 2
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    Matariki Magic, Series 2 Episode 2

    A celebration that entertains with emerging young talent, inspires with stories of community commitment and celebrates with the festivities around the country. Part two of four. (PREMIERE)

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