Eighteen Mātaatua teams performed on stage at the Te Teko Racecourse over the last two days, all vying for a chance to represent their region at Te Matatini, in Te Whanganui-a-tara (Wellington) next year. All information and results about the competition available here.
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In a first the Kiingitanga and iwi from around the motu commemorated the 152nd anniversary of the battle at Te Kupenga a Taramainuku today, where some 245,000 acres' of land was confiscated by the Crown.
In the Eastern Bay of Plenty this Labour Weekend, hundreds gathered to celebrate the Ngāti Awa Te Toki kapa haka festival in Whakatāne.
Last week, a new programme to protect and enhance the Rangitāiki River and its catchment was approved by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council's Regional Direction and Delivery Committee.