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  1. Video for 2019 Te Matatini, Ngā Tūmanako, Haka
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    2019 Te Matatini, Ngā Tūmanako, Haka

    Feed your haka hunger with todays coverage of Te Matatini ki te Ao 2019.

  2. Video for 2019 Te Matatini, Ngā Tūmanako, Whakawātea
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    2019 Te Matatini, Ngā Tūmanako, Whakawātea

    Feed your haka hunger with todays coverage of Te Matatini ki te Ao 2019.

  3. Video for 'Haka Translate' makes Matatini inclusive for non-Māori speakers
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    'Haka Translate' makes Matatini inclusive for non-Māori speakers

    Oriini Kaipara, a distinguished performer for Ngā Tūmanako, is on a new path at Te Matatini as a member of the translation team, Haka Translate. The Haka Translate service allows those who may not understand te reo Māori to know the meaning behind the words and compositions at the festival.

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    Haka Life

    Follow Ngā Tūmanako and experience what it's like to live that “Haka Life”. Available On Demand.

  5. Video for Te Matatini 2017 - Ngā Tūmanako
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    Te Matatini 2017- Ngā Tūmanako

    Established in 2005, Ngā Tūmanako was originally formed by graduates of Te Kōhanga Reo, Kura Kaupapa Māori and Te Wharekura o Hoani Waititi marae.

  6. Video for He Amorangi – Believe in the song to express its true essence says Matawhaiti
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    He Amorangi – Believe in the song to express its true essence says Matawhaiti

    He Amorangi – He is a performer of Te Wharekura o Rākaumanga haka group and is now looking towards the senior Te Matatini national competition. Matawhaiti Nepe-Pohatu is working hard with the hope he'll make the line-up in one of Tāmaki Makaurau’s senior kapa-haka teams, Ngā Tūmanako.

  7. Video for 5 teams to represent Tāmaki Makaurau at Te Matatini
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    5 teams to represent Tāmaki Makaurau at Te Matatini

    Five teams are set to represent the Tāmaki Makaurau region at the national kapa haka competition next year. Among the five is West Auckland's Te Taha Tū who performed an explosive entry to secure a ticket to Te Matatini.

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