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    Matariki 2016- promo

    The Awards celebrate outstanding Māori success and achievement in a range of fields.

  2. Video for 2016 Matariki Awards Finalists announced

    2016 Matariki Awards Finalists announced

    Cliff Curtis, Stan Walker and Lisa Reihana are among the finalists for the 2016 Matariki Awards which celebrates extraordinary Māori talent across a broad range of fields and industries.

  3. News

    Te Whānau Marama: The Heavenly Bodies exhibition

    A new exhibition at Waikato Museum will showcase Māori astronomy and promote a better understanding of the history and meaning of Matariki. 

  4. Shows

    Matariki Awards 2017

    Matariki Awards 2017 recognise and celebrate outstanding Māori excellence and success in seven fields during 2016. 

  5. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Eru Wilton

    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Eru Wilton

    For 10 years now, a man with background experience in audio engineering and security has fused the two to align with his role as mana whenua. 

  6. News

    Seven new sisters of Matariki perform like stars

    Seven young talented women were brought together under the musical guidance of Ngatapa Black to perform in celebration of Matariki, the Māori New Year.

  7. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Wilf Holt

    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Wilf Holt

    Sometimes it's easier to turn a blind eye on situations that need serious attention.  Homelessness in New Zealand is a growing problem and especially in the city of Auckland.

  8. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Christine Panapa

    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Christine Panapa

    Christine Panapa of Ngāti Pūkenga, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Ngāti Maniapoto has been involved in a number of organisations over the years, from Māori Women's rugby league, Māori Women Welfare league and the rebuild of Te Māhurehure Marae in Auckland.

  9. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Beverley Manahi

    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Beverley Manahi

    If there was one person in need of recognition for her dedication to the education and well-being of tamariki in West Auckland it would have to be Beverley Manahi, more affectionately known as "Whaea Bev".  For over 30 years, she has contributed to many of the students who have graduated from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hoani Waititi Marae.  Tonight she is Te Kāea's Matariki Hero.

  10. Video for Ngā Ringa Raupā - Kura Te Ua & Ngarino Watt

    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Kura Te Ua & Ngarino Watt

    Te Kāea is fortunate to have two Matariki stars tonight, a duo committed to inspiring and shaping the latest movement in Māori performing arts - Haka Theatre. 

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