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  1. Video for Sons of Zion follow in footsteps of Bob Marley, Alicia Keys and Tupac
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    Sons of Zion follow in footsteps of Bob Marley, Alicia Keys and Tupac

    New Zealand band Sons of Zion are turning a dream into reality this week, recording their first international album in Los Angeles, at the same studios where legendary musicians Bob Marley, Alicia Keys and Tupac have recorded.

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    U.S. appoints first Native American poet laureate- interview

    Joy Harjo, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, has been appointed as the United States poet laureate by the Library of Congress, acting as the country's official poet.   Harjo spoke to Te Ao Māori News about her life and work.  

  3. Video for Northland carvers travel to US to continue legacy Sir Busby's legacy
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    Northland carvers travel to US to continue legacy Sir Busby's legacy

    Five carvers from Northland are set to travel to the United States to build a waka in memory of renowned navigator and master waka builder, the late Sir Hekenukumai Busby.

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    Community works to raise $250k for mother’s life-saving surgery

    Te Kuiti mother of five, Te Reina Worsley has been diagnosed with moyamoya disease and requires life-saving surgery in the United States.

  5. Video for $70mil Waikato chicken hatchery employs locals
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    $70mil Waikato chicken hatchery employs locals

    Waikato marae clusters Ngā Muka Development Trust and Waahi Whānui are backing the new American $70mil chicken hatchery at Whangape near Huntly, which will supply to 10 percent of the world's markets.  Ngā Muka Chair Glen Tupuhi says the plant has provided jobs for locals. 

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    Cardi B embraces Māori culture during pōwhiri

    During the pōwhiri, the American rapper couldn’t stop smiling while watching the group perform a wero, karanga, waiata and haka.

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    Standing Rock leader speaks at WIBF

    Former chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Dave Archambault, is urging indigenous business groups to engage with institutions who provide financial assistance to corporate companies looking to utilise their land.

  8. Video for Kiwi jujitsu youth clean up at international championships
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    Kiwi jujitsu youth clean up at international championships

    Nine contestants from the Under-18 Tsunami Southern Tribes Tūwharetoa Juijitsu Club in Tūrangi have come away with a stack of medals in their first ever attempt in an international event, at the Youth Championships in Long Beach, California USA. The nine competitors came away with six gold medals and three silvers.

  9. Video for Actor Rob Kipa-Williams to feature in American film for Hallmark channel
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    Actor Rob Kipa-Williams to feature in American film for Hallmark channel

    He's an actor you may recognise from the Australian-New Zealand comedy series 800 words, or from Nothing Trivial II. Rob Kipa-Williams is now filming an American movie, Pearl in Paradise alongside Amercian actors Jill Wagner and Kristopher Polaha that will air on the U.S channel Hallmark. 

  10. Video for Robots and racism: People bias towards darker robots
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    Robots and racism: People bias towards darker robots

    People have similar automatic biases towards darker-coloured robots as they do toward people with darker skin colour.

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