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  1. Video for Matariki 2020, Hiwaiterangi, Episode 1
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    Matariki 2020, Hiwaiterangi, Episode 1

    Matariki i te Pō Digital Series is a celebration of the nine stars of Matariki - Te Iwa o Matariki and what they represent.

  2. Video for Matariki 2020, Hiwaiterangi, Episode 1
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    Matariki 2020, Hiwaiterangi, Episode 1

    Matariki i te Pō Digital Series is a celebration of the nine stars of Matariki - Te Iwa o Matariki and what they represent.

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    'Kupu' app gets star treatment to tell stories about Matariki

    During July, people can find Matariki stars hiding in plain sight by taking a single photo with Kupu.

  4. Shows

    Matariki i te pō

    Experience the magic of Matariki i te pō with a selection of new waiata from award-winning musician, Maisey Rika. 

  5. Shows

    Te Iwa o Matariki

    According to Dr Rangi Mātāmua, in the Māori tradition, there are nine starts, both female and male.  Our ancestors would look to Matariki to see what the year ahead would bring.

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    ‘Art as activism’ new art collection to explore climate change and indigenous voices

    More than 20 creatives from across Aotearoa are coming together to launch a new online collection of multimedia and video art.

  7. Video for Taringa, Episode 2
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    Taringa, Episode 2

    Special Feature - Matariki 2018.

  8. Video for Bringing the stars closer to Māori
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    Bringing the stars closer to Māori

    Māori astronomer Professor Rangi Mataamua wants to mould the next generation of Māori scientists.

  9. Video for 'Story-time' video series launched to celebrate Matariki
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    'Story-time' video series launched to celebrate Matariki

    To celebrate Matariki, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra launched today a video series called Story-time.    

  10. Video for Māori astronomy educators take lead presenting Matariki at Stardome
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    Māori astronomy educators take lead presenting Matariki at Stardome

    Josh Kirkley, of Ngāi Tahu, and Olive Karena-Lockyer, of Te Aupouri and Ngāti Raukawa, are running a series of interactive Matariki shows at Stardome. 

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