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  1. Video for West Auckland Pastor’s sermons “crazy and outrageous” - Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu
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    West Auckland Pastor’s sermons “crazy and outrageous”- Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu

    Te Tai Tokerau Anglican Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu says a West Auckland pastor’s sermons are “crazy and outrageous” and supports moves by the New Zealand Police to make inquiries.

  2. Video for Māori Catholic familes gather to celebrate Te Hui Aranga
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    Māori Catholic familes gather to celebrate Te Hui Aranga

    This year marks the 71st Commemoration of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ in a uniquely Māori celebration known as 'Te Hui Aranga'.  1500 Māori attended the event in Tauranga Moana. 

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    Pa Henare Arekatera Tate passes away

    Whānau members have confirmed Pa Henare Arekatera Tate has passed away today at approximately 12 pm at Rawene Hospital in the Far North. Pa Tate was a senior member of the Catholic Church and a well-respected author and academic.

  4. Video for Dream to see St Faiths Anglican Church become a Māori Cathedral.
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    Dream to see St Faiths Anglican Church become a Māori Cathedral.

    The St Faiths Anglican Church in Rotorua is in line to become a registered New Zealand heritage building, however, vestry member Don Bennett says their ultimate goal is to achieve a New Zealand Māori Cathedral status under the Anglican Church.

  5. Video for He Momo: A Rare Find – Part One
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    He Momo: A Rare Find – Part One

    He Momo is a collection of Te Kāea news features about New Zealanders who have a unique lifestyle. Kiwis who are rare in what they do and how they live. In part one we profile a lifestyle entrepreneur; a male weaver; a lone elderly woman who refuses to abandon her marae; the hired gun turned evangelist; the deep sea diving MP and an adventurer.

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    Owen Pomana is a Preacher on a mission

    This Christmas day on Te Kāea we feature an unorthodox preacher who travels the world, including the Middle East, to help the needy and vulnerable. As part of Te Kāea's Summer Series 'He Momo' Owen Pomana from Ngāti Kahungungu explains why he is willing to risk his safety to help others. Tune in for the full story Christmas day on Te Kaea at 5:30 pm.

  7. Video for Immoral living not the cause of earthquakes - Anglican Archbishop
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    Immoral living not the cause of earthquakes- Anglican Archbishop

    The Anglican Church does not support the comments made by Bishop Brian Tamaki's sermon. Māori Archbishop William Brown Turei says earthquakes are not caused by immoral living.

  8. Video for Should religious studies be decided by parents?
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    Should religious studies be decided by parents?

    Anglican Church Minister, Hirini Kaa believes families need to determine the religious instruction of their children, not schools. This follows a challenge to religious instruction in state schools, which was recently thrown out of court.

  9. Video for Māori experts support haka use in rap clip
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    Māori experts support haka use in rap clip

    An American rap video featuring Māori warriors performing a haka has gone viral on Facebook with more than 4,500 shares and 250,000 views. Māori media experts say they enjoyed the clip as it is respectful and positively represents Māori culture. But the question is should Māori embrace the cultural recognition or reject it?

  10. Video for Dannevirke marae opens its doors to Freemasons
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    Dannevirke marae opens its doors to Freemasons

    Mākirikiri Marae in Dannevirke has opened its doors to the Freemasons allowing them to hold a traditional lodge meeting inside a wharenui.

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