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    Taiaha Hā! Taiaha Hā! Ngāti Rēhia Iwi present taiaha to All Blacks captain

    In a special pōhiri in Kerikeri, the Ngāti Rēhia iwi gave All Blacks captain Sam Cane a special taiaha ahead of the Ireland test next month.

  2. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 6
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    Kairākau II, Episode 6

    (MCV) Ruamahu settles the score as the battle at Pukekaikāhu erupts. Mokonuiārangi must choose between securing peace for his people or all out war.

  3. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 5
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    Kairākau II, Episode 5

    (MCV) Te Purewa declares war while Ruamahu is consumed by revenge. Te Huru’s loyalty is questioned and Tionga is lured into a trap.

  4. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 4
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    Kairākau II, Episode 4

    (MCV) A grief stricken Te Ramaapakura ventures into unknown territory. Tionga faces the loss of one of his own while Te Purewa waits for the signal of war from Te Rehu o Tainui.

  5. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 3
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    Kairākau II, Episode 3

    Language, Violence and Sexual Material.

  6. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 2
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    Kairākau II, Episode 2

    (MCV) An unwelcome stranger crosses a tribal boundary forcing Ngāti Rangitihi Chief Tionga to react with caution to a possible alliance between bordering tribes.

  7. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 1
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    Kairākau II, Episode 1

    (MCV) Early 20th Century Aotearoa, land and resources are scarce.

  8. Video for Māori weaponry "10 Hit Challenge" self-isolation challenge
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    Māori weaponry "10 Hit Challenge" self-isolation challenge

    Māori men and women from across Aotearoa are taking up the challenge to showcase their skills and inspire others with demonstrations of Māori weaponry. #10HitChallenge

  9. Video for Mau rākau helps American-born twins regain their Māoritanga
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    Mau rākau helps American-born twins regain their Māoritanga

    Kiwa and Koa Mo’o are a pair of brothers who whakapapa to Ngāti Porou, but were brought up in the United States. They are currently students of Toi Hawaiki - a mau rākau branch of Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa based in Hawaii - in which they have found peace in the learning of their Māori identity.

  10. Video for Ngaai Tahu reviving mau raakau in the South Island
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    Ngaai Tahu reviving mau raakau in the South Island

    Mau raakau is an ancient practice from the gods, however despite this it was almost lost in Ngaai Tahu, according to a tutor who is reviving the ancient tradition amongst the women and men in the South Island. 

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