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  1. Video for Ancient cloak returning to Hawai'i
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    Ancient cloak returning to Hawai'i

    A priceless feather cloak and helmet gifted to Captain Cook more than two centuries ago has been returned to the people of Hawaii. The international delegation was treated to an emotional and traditional pōhiri today at Te Papa in Wellington. 

  2. Video for Mahuta warns of price gouging of taonga Māori
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    Mahuta warns of price gouging of taonga Māori

    Hauraki-Waikato MP Nanaia Mahuta is calling on the government to review legislation around the selling of taonga Māori. It comes in the wake of taonga being auctioned on TradeMe.

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    Genuine taiaha goes to auction

    Ministry for Culture and Heritage has confirmed that a taiaha being auctioned on Trade Me as having belonged to the second Māori King is genuine but Waikato scholar Hoturoa Kerr wants Maori to disengage from the sale altogether.

  4. Video for New Waitangi museum happy to return taonga to Rankin
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    New Waitangi museum happy to return taonga to Rankin

    Outspoken Ngāpuhi chief David Rankin demands that a new museum in Waitangi return sacred tāonga back to his hapū, Te Matarahurahu.

  5. Video for Waitangi opens new museum, Te Kōngahu
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    Waitangi opens new museum, Te Kōngahu

    The official opening of the Waitangi Museum, Te Kōngahu, has taken place today.  Taonga have been restored, each with its own special story and link to Te Tiriiti o Waitangi.  This morning, Te Kāea attended the traditional pre-dawn ceremony.

  6. Video for Too many taonga appearing in online sales
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    Too many taonga appearing in online sales

    A leading expert on taonga says many in her field are concerned about the number of taonga Māori being sold online.   Te Papa Museum Māori curator Puawai Cairns says many people who find taonga aren't aware that rules are in place and the usual finders keepers tradition doesn't apply.

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    NZ’s first wāhi tūpuna to be celebrated at Waitangi

    A formal ceremony to mark Waitangi as New Zealand's first official wāhi tūpuna will be held today at 12:30pm when a plaque commemorating the listing will be unveiled.

  8. Video for Māori rugby legend memorabilia up for auction in UK
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    Māori rugby legend memorabilia up for auction in UK

    Memorabilia of Māori Rugby legend George Nepia are up for auction in Europe.  The auction price is likely to see the precious items alienated from whānau but they aren't giving up hope.

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    Rediscovering Māori tapa cloth practice

    Ngāpuhi and Te Rarawa descendant Nikau Hindin is a university student who is passionate about the revival of traditional practices and, over the past year, has worked tirelessly to research traditional knowledge around the process of making Māori tapa cloth.

  10. Video for Native Affairs – Pou for People
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    Native Affairs – Pou for People

    What do you get when an architect, a whakairo expert and an accountant team up to make an ambitious dream possible?  You end up with a very unique project.

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