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    Carrington wins 3rd Halberg sportswoman award in a row

    Lisa Carrington claimed the High Performance Sport New Zealand Sportswoman of the Year award for her third year running but it was Timaru shot putter Tom Walsh who walked away with the Supreme Award on Thursday night in Auckland.

  2. Video for Unearthing Horouta waka

    Unearthing Horouta waka

    Ngāi Tāmanuhiri have launched a new book telling the story of Horouta waka and how it came to be in the Te Wherowhero lagoon.  Ngāi Tāmanuhiri elder Temple Isaacs tells Te Kāea about how he came across the traditional waka as a child.

  3. Video for Māori darts player takes aim at the world

    Māori darts player takes aim at the world

    This weekend will see the world's best darts players playing in Auckland.  Tahuna Irwin-Ahlers from Gisborne will be one of the Kiwi contingent taking up the challenge.

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    Aunty Kitty of Waihirere Māori Club laid to rest

    A stalwart of Waihirere Māori Club during the 60’s – 80’s has been laid to rest by her people of Te Aitanga ā Māhaki today in Gisborne. Her name was Maungarongo Kingi and affectionately known as Aunty ‘Kitty’ by her family and members of Parimānihi Marae.

  5. Video for Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour

    Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour

    Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of two future Māori leaders to be selected as a UN Youth International Delegate. He says the key to Māori success is having strong support systems at home and at school.

  6. Video for Māori U20s vice-captain Ere Enari shows promising leadership

    Māori U20s vice-captain Ere Enari shows promising leadership

    The New Zealand Under 20 Squad have departed for the World Rugby Under 20 Championship in Tibilisi, Georgia. Ereatara Enari has returned to the squad as Vice-Captain, a position he has earned through his promising display of leadership.

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    Lisa Carrington wins Lonsdale Cup for 2016

    Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki's Lisa Carrington has won the prestigious Lonsdale Cup for 2016 after yet another successful year.

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    Tairāwhiti Tamararo Regionals 2016- Te Kapa o Mangatū

    After a four year recess, Te Kapa o Mangatū return to the Tamararo competition rejuvenated and led by a new generation of Ngā Ariki Kaipūtahi members.

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    Two major awards for Lisa Carrington at 25th Māori Sports Awards

    She's gone from strength-to-strength in recent years, and tonight, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki's Lisa Carrington's success was acknowledged at the 25th Annual Māori Sports Awards.  Two major awards Carrington takes home tonight: Senior Māori Sportswoman of the Year, and the inaugural Extraordinary Award for Best Female Sportsperson of the past 25 years.

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    Lisa Carrington strikes gold again at Canoe Racing World Championships

    Lisa Carrington of Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki has won her second gold medal at the Canoe Racing World Championships in Milan. 

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