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    Taekwondo fighters perform haka at world champs

    The 49 members of the New Zealand team performed the haka Ngā Kaponga, representing their team, families and their history with the sport.

  2. Video for C Company's Epineha 'Pine' Ratapu reflects on his full life
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    C Company's Epineha 'Pine' Ratapu reflects on his full life

    Epineha Ratapu, better known to family and friends as 'Pine', is the last surviving member of C Company. He was born 25 January 1922 in Tokomaru Bay on the East Coast and was 14 years old when he went to war.   

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    C Company ready to march again this Anzac Day

    Epineha Ratapu is 97 years old and comes from Tokomaru Bay in the East Coast.  Every ANZAC day he is excited to once again march on parade with other soldiers as the sole survivor of the Māori Battalion's C Company.   

  4. Video for NZDF parents' Wgtn to Ak hikoi for son's therapy
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    NZDF parents' Wgtn to Ak hikoi for son's therapy

    In a bid to raise $56,000 to pay for their three-year-old son’s therapy, two parents from the New Zealand Defence Force are about to embark on a 700km hikoi from Wellington to Auckland.

  5. Video for 100th anniversary of Armistice Day
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    100th anniversary of Armistice Day

    A memorial service ceremony was held today at the Auckland War Memorial Museum to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.

  6. Video for Northland homecoming for SAS trooper after 62 years
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    Northland homecoming for SAS trooper after 62 years

    It's taken 62 years but one of Northland's finest SAS troopers, Adrian Raymond Thomas, has returned home.

  7. Video for Willie Apiata attends poppy appeal launch
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    Willie Apiata attends poppy appeal launch

    This year's poppy appeal will help address the mental health needs of our country's younger veterans who have served overseas in recent operations.  

  8. Video for 28th Māori Battallion begins winding down
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    28th Māori Battallion begins winding down

    The 28th Māori Battalion Association made a visit to the New Zealand Army museum today to begin winding down the association,  

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