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  1. Video for Indigenous filmmaker wants rangatahi to embrace puoro as much as kapa haka
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    Indigenous filmmaker wants rangatahi to embrace puoro as much as kapa haka

    Rangatahi filmmaker Komako Silver's (Ngāpuhi) latest documentary film Puoro premiered this week. It's the first of six brand new short films developed as part of Someday Stories, a new initiative from The Outlook for Someday sustainability film project for young people.

  2. Video for  Moriori and Māori ancestors remains returned
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    Moriori and Māori ancestors remains returned

    The remains of Moriori and Māori ancestors have been returned to New Zealand with the support of the city of Bremen in Germany. The Mayor of Bremen says possession of the collection contravenes human dignity and made an apology to Māori. A delegation from Te Papa Museum travelled to Germany to return the ancestors back to New Zealand.

  3. Video for Māori artist upset over misuse of her identity
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    Māori artist upset over misuse of her identity

    Māori artist Paitangi Ostick alleges an American author known as Rue has misused her cultural identity for a new book. Ostick spoke to Kawe Kōrero Reporters and says the author has also misappropriated Māori culture.

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    Moriori and Māori remains to return from Germany

    44 Moriori and Māori ancestral remains are returning to Aotearoa in the coming weeks from Germany.

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    Upoko Tapu- Robyn Kahukiwa's latest art exhibition

    Renowned Māori artist Robyn Kahukiwa has her latest exhibition, Upoko Tapu, currently on display in Auckland.  With over 50 years of experience, Kahukiwa's unique style is still prominent today.

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    Mystery over missing patu

    A rare Māori carved whalebone patu (short-handled club) has been returned to its people of Te Arawa since it was discovered missing in January. The taonga symbolises the partnership between Te Arawa and the Rotorua Lakes Council. 

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    Bronze whatarangi (storehouse) heading to UN as gift

    The unveiling of a bronze whatarangi (storehouse) heading for the United Nations was held today at Te Puia New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua.

  8. Video for New short film honours return of Northland chief Te Pahi's medal
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    New short film honours return of Northland chief Te Pahi's medal

    Ko Te Hokinga Mai o te Taonga Nui me te Mauri o Te Pahi is a new short film that documents the return of Bay of Island chief Te Pahi's silver medal from Australia. The medal was gifted to the senior Northland chief by New South Wales Governor Phillip King in 1806.

  9. Video for Taonga signifies relationship between Auckland and Kansai
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    Taonga signifies relationship between Auckland and Kansai

    As the World Masters Games closes here in Auckland we meet the weavers and the carvers behind the specially created mauri representing Māui and adorned in rare Albatross feathers, a gift for the Japan 2021 World Masters Games.

  10. Video for Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on
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    Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on

    For thirty years Waka Huia has been capturing, promoting and preserving the most prized and personal stories from within Māori communities on the silver screen, and after thousands of episodes, it is still going strong.

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