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  1. Video for Ata Mārie Matariki

    Ata Mārie Matariki

    Māori Television celebrates the start of the 2014 Māori New Year with Ata Marie Matariki, hosted by Mātai Smith and Stephanie Huriana Fong.

  2. Video for Students celebrate Matariki through theatre - Feature

    Students celebrate Matariki through theatre- Feature

    There are many ways to celebrate Matariki, including family gatherings, workshops, historical talks and meetings, however an event run by the Wānanga Takiura o ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Tāmaki Makaurau, saw the Rūmaki Reo class using theatre, acting, song and dance, to show their knowledge of Matariki. 

  3. Video for Matariki celebrated through Aboriginal art

    Matariki celebrated through Aboriginal art

    As Matariki approaches, special events across the country are preparing to celebrate the Māori new year. Te Kāea takes a look at the Matariki connection between the Aboriginal people and Māori culture through modern day art.

  4. Video for Auckland's kapa haka Super 12s this Saturday

    Auckland's kapa haka Super 12s this Saturday

    Kicking off on Saturday is the annual Super 12s competition the Auckland Council runs to celebrate Matariki.

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    BMX star showcases talent

    Māori Televisions Matariki Special 'Matariki Magic' featured some of New Zealand's young future stars.

  6. Māori Television Celebrates Matariki

    The rising of the Matariki star constellation announces the Māori New Year and is a time for whānau and friends to come together.  And next weekend, Māori Television will celebrate our very own rising stars in the community with MATARIKI MAGIC, a two-hour spectacular that will be screened live from the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau from 7.30pm.

  7. Video for Auckland welcomes in Māori New Year

    Auckland welcomes in Māori New Year

    To celebrate the arrival of Matariki, in Auckland in the early hours of this morning, flares were simultaneously set alight on top of seven mountains in the area, followed by karakia to welcome the Māori New Year.

  8. Video for Waka held up by rough seas

    Waka held up by rough seas

    Strong winds and rough seas hampered Te Matau-a-Maui's journey to the Capital today for next week's Matariki celebrations.

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    Matariki Magic

    Matariki Magic, celebrates the Māori New Year, with a journey to find those people and events that celebrate our New Year. Each week, the upbeat series will showcase the work of local heroes in our

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