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  1. Video for Ngāti Porou whakairo book recognised at Ockham NZ Book Awards
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    Ngāti Porou whakairo book recognised at Ockham NZ Book Awards

    Two Ngāti Porou women have been recognised at the Ockham NZ Book Awards, the country's premier literary honours for works written by New Zealanders. Authored by Ngarino Ellis and photographed by Natalie Robertson, their book A Whakapapa of Tradition focuses on carved meeting houses within Ngāti Porou and was awarded a Judith Binney Best First Book Award for best-illustrated non-fiction.

  2. Video for East Coast rugby club developing Sevens game for girls
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    East Coast rugby club developing Sevens game for girls

    This weekend Paikea Peak Performance team won their grade division at the Silverdale Juniors Sevens tournament in Auckland, their first club competition outside of their region.

  3. Video for Forgotten 43 whānau off to WWI 100 commemorations
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    Forgotten 43 whānau off to WWI 100 commemorations

    Family members of the Forgotten 43 will travel to France this week for the WWI 100-year anniversary commemorations and the Centennial of the Battle of Arras. The 43 Māori pioneers helped dig underground tunnels in Arras to allow allies to attack Germans by surprise from underground.

  4. Video for He Amorangi - Components of the waiata-a-ringa
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    He Amorangi- Components of the waiata-a-ringa

    Prolific composer and kapa haka exponent Kuini Moehau has judged the waiata-a-ringa discipline for over 40-years. She says there is an art to executing a successful waiata-a-ringa and shares her tips with Te Kāea.

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    Ash & Aidan's musical quest to save lives

    A Taranaki musical duo who have entertained crowds for the last ten years are continuing to spread an important message to bring awareness to the high suicide rates in Aotearoa.

  6. Video for Kiri Allan wants 'decent jobs' for East Coast electorate
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    Kiri Allan wants 'decent jobs' for East Coast electorate

    32-year-old Kiritapu Allan is set to run in the race for East Coast in the general elections next year.  

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    Native Affairs: Māori Soldier Wins NZDF Person of the Year

    Army chef Lance Corporal Amber-Lee Nui was today named NZDF Person of the Year.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – League of his own
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    Native Affairs – League of his own

    All Black Nehe Milner-Skudder exploded onto the world rugby scene last year, with a side-step matched by no other. But this year Nehe couldn't side-step injury. While he works on his crook shoulder, with a view to regaining his black jersey, the star winger is also thinking of a future in that other code - rugby league.

  9. Video for East Cape earthquake - Aftershocks continue
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    East Cape earthquake- Aftershocks continue

    More than 100 aftershocks have rattled the East Coast of the North Island following this morning's 7.1 magnitude quake 1 north-east of Te Araroa. 

  10. Video for Iwi want Crook Cook statue rolled in favour of tipuna Rakaiatane
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    Iwi want Crook Cook statue rolled in favour of tipuna Rakaiatane

    Ngāti Oneone is calling for the 'Crook Cook' statue on top of Gisborne's Kaiti Hill to be replaced with that of Māori chief Rakaiatane. Iwi spokesperson Nick Tupara says it is appropriate given the current statue is not actually Captain Cook but an unknown Italian admiral and Rakaiatane was chief at the time of Cook's landing.

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