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    Acclaimed Oscar nominated director thanks Māori TV

    Critically acclaimed US director Ava DurVernay who is a nominee at tomorrow’s Academy Awards and has been shooting a Disney film in Aotearoa with Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon, has taken to social media to acknowledge Māori Television.

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    Deadline for protestors to leave Standing Rock arrives

    Water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline are bracing for a stand-off with police as the Thursday 9 am (NZ time) deadline to leave Standing Rock arrives. 

  3. Video for Māori Select Committee hearing Iwi on controversial Waitara Lands Bill
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    Māori Select Committee hearing Iwi on controversial Waitara Lands Bill

    A controversial land bill widely opposed by Māori in Taranaki is in front of the Māori Affairs Select Committee today at a public hearing at Waitara’s Ōwae Marae.

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    Māori writer helps bring aboriginal story to TV

    Acclaimed storyteller Briar Grace-Smith is the only Māori in a team of aboriginal writers who have created the first scripted live-action series for an indigenous Australian television network. 

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    Māori actress’ new work shines light on mental health

    Shocking suicide rates in Aotearoa have inspired Māori actress Cian Elyse White and her friends to write a theatre work about mental health awareness. 

  6. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Meet the Jewish-Māori 'He-bros'
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Meet the Jewish-Māori 'He-bros'

    Kadimah School in Auckland is the only Jewish kura in the country. It’s embraced te reo Māori for more than 40 years and has a new generation of Jewish-Māori ‘He-bros’ eager to learn te reo and their treasured Jewish culture.

  7. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Rakiura Brown Kiwi
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Rakiura Brown Kiwi

    Native Affairs spent two days on Rakiura, Stewart Island, to witness the handover of one of the world's most unique birdlife tourism businesses to a Māori Trust.   The Rakiura Māori Lands Trust and Real Journeys took on a legacy business started by local Māori man Phillip Smith more than twenty years ago. Under Phillip's guidance, our film crew got up close and personal with Aotearoa's national bird, the very impressive Rakiura Kiwi.

  8. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Modern Māori Quartet
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Modern Māori Quartet

    The Modern Māori Quartet have been entertaining crowds here in Aotearoa and around the world with their modern take on old Māori showband classics. But the group of talented young men are about to branch off with their own songs they hope will also bring them success.

  9. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – A son remembered
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – A son remembered

    ‘Officer 27’ was a play based on the tragic police killing of an innocent man, Halatau Naitoko. Ōtāhuhu College used the script for their NCEA drama credits. But as Native Affairs discovered when we visited the school last year the play had very personal meaning to the students.

  10. Video for Ellen DeGeneres loves our Moana medley - Māori songbird
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    Ellen DeGeneres loves our Moana medley- Māori songbird

    It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Auckland band Resonate, whose mash-up of Moana songs went viral online with millions of hits and a thumbs up from talk show queen Ellen DeGeneres.

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