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  1. Video for Kahungunu leader Piri Sciascia returns home
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    Kahungunu leader Piri Sciascia returns home

    A great leader of Ngāti Kahungunu has been returned to his home. Professor Piri Sciascia now lies in state at Rongomaraeroa Marae in Pōrangahau, Hawke's Bay. He is surrounded by his loved ones who are mourning the loss of a stalwart of haka, Māori language and tikanga.

  2. Video for Kahungunu rangatira Piri Sciascia passes away
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    Kahungunu rangatira Piri Sciascia passes away

    Ngāti Kahungunu rangatira and te reo stalwart Piri Sciascia (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tahu) has passed away, aged 73.

  3. Video for 100 Ngāti Kahungunu rangatahi hīkoi to fight suicide
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    100 Ngāti Kahungunu rangatahi hīkoi to fight suicide

    Mental health and wellbeing is the focus of a youth hīkoi to the South Island for more than 100 Kahungunu rangatahi. The Hīkoi of Hope 2020 wants to build resilience in youth for the modern age. “Some of our kids come from gang backgrounds, the suicide backgrounds, behavioural backgrounds so we’ve got many different organisations supporting us today,” says Zack Makoare CEO Te Taitimu Trust Organised by Te Taitimu Trust, the hīkoi is supported by various community leaders including police.

  4. Video for Bic Runga reconnecting with her Māori iwi at music awards
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    Bic Runga reconnecting with her Māori iwi at music awards

    Bic Runga debuts at the 2019 Waiata Māori Music Awards and performs her classic single ‘Sway’, which was translated into te reo Māori as part of the Waiata/Anthems compiled by Hinewehi Mohi.

  5. Video for 'Untapped' Māori knowledge way forward for NZ
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    'Untapped' Māori knowledge way forward for NZ

    Māori have a great resource of untapped knowledge that can help move the country forward, an iwi leader says. 

  6. Video for Are we listening to the voice of our children and young people?
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    Are we listening to the voice of our children and young people?

    Māori students from the Wellington area have participated in the first of a seven-part series of wānanga to give feedback to the Māori Language Commission on how to advance te reo among youth, providing an insight into the opinions of our future leaders.   

  7. Video for Māori midwife says the uplifting of tamariki needs to stop
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    Māori midwife says the uplifting of tamariki needs to stop

    CEO of Māori Midwives Aotearoa, Jean Te Huia says Māori women are being dehumanised as mothers by colonisation.  Backed by Ngāti Kahungunu, Te Huia has started the "Not One More Baby to be Taken" facebook page to gather the stories of those who have been affected by the uplifting of children.

  8. Video for Sharing indigenous stories through film
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    Sharing indigenous stories through film

    Wairoa Film Festival celebrates its 14th year running and despite dramatic changes in the media landscape and demand for content, the festival's supreme "Mana Wahine" award winner Whetu Fala says now is as good a time as ever for indigenous filmmakers to tell their stories.

  9. Video for Infamous track on Te Mata Peak exposes racism
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    Infamous track on Te Mata Peak exposes racism

    Ngāti Kahungunu iwi and hapū members have been subject to racism following their support for the removal of the highly contentious Craggy Range track on Te Mata Peak, but Ngāti Kahungunu Chair Ngahiwi Tomoana says there has been a shift in public opinion, with strong support now to have it removed.

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