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    Final prayers for Arch Bishop Brown Turei

    Final prayers for New Zealand Anglican Church leader Arch Bishop William Brown Turei are being held at Kauaetangohia Marae in Cape Runaway.

  2. Video for Teacher did not dictate, but exemplified – Hammond Matua on the late George Pomana
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    Teacher did not dictate, but exemplified – Hammond Matua on the late George Pomana

    George Pomana now lies on the porch of the house he help to complete. The respected teacher (62) died yesterday after a long illness.  Today he was welcomed by students of James Cook High Schook to Te Pou Herenga Waka Marae, where he will lie for one night before returning to his marae.

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    Awanuiarangi Black receives warrior's farewell

    Awanuiarangi Black’s fight to have Māori Land wars recognised in New Zealand history will live on in the annual Māori Land War commemorations, says Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox.

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    Ngaruawahia fatal crash investigation continues

    Police are continuing their investigation into the circumstances of a car crash that claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy in Ngaruawahia on Friday 18 November 2016.  Six other young people were injured in the single vehicle crash on Durham Street.

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    All Black Mike Burgoyne laid to rest

    Another legend of the north has passed with the sudden death of former All Black and Māori All Black Mike Burgoyne last week while he was overseas. 

  6. Video for Te Uru O Te Whetu Frederick Whata, QSM, passes away
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    Te Uru O Te Whetu Frederick Whata, QSM, passes away

    Te Arawa are mourning the loss of another respected elder.  Te Uru O Te Whetu Frederick Whata, QSM, of Ngāti Pikiao, passed away overnight at the age of 81.  He will be remembered for breaking down cultural barriers between Māori and the regional councils on environmental issues over the years. 

  7. Video for Helen Kelly recognised for efforts to bring forestry companies to justice
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    Helen Kelly recognised for efforts to bring forestry companies to justice

    Hundreds of people attended the public memorial for New Zealand Council of Trade Unions' former president Helen Kelly, an influential leader who fought for the rights of workers.

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    Whānau makes history with exhumation

    As night turns to dawn a historic event is to take place it's a first for the people of Rangitahi Marae in Murupara. Today the remains of Leah Manaehu Richards will be exhumed.  

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    Māori entrepreneur offers eco-friendly alternatives for the afterlife

    A Māori woman passionate about her culture and the environment has created a green alternative for families organising funerals for their loved ones. Rawinia Puna has expanded her flax paper business to include natural caskets, bamboo caskets, urns and shrouds for people who want an eco-friendly burial option.

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    Māori doyenne of broadcasting passes

    Māori broadcaster, Puhi Rangiaho, has passed away after a long illness.  She died at Tauranga Hospital surrounded by whānau last night. 

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