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  1. Video for Kataore take the national stage for the first time
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    Kataore take the national stage for the first time

    Mere McLean followed the Kataore kapa in the lead-up to the grand performance on stage at Te Matatini 2013.

  2. Video for Te Ihu wraps up
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    Te Ihu wraps up

    The first 14 groups in the Te Ihu section of the Te Matatini festival took the stage today, and among them were three finalists from 2011; Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ōpōtiki mai Tawhiti and Te Waihīrere. 

  3. Video for Māori unite to get Te Matatini into swing
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    Māori unite to get Te Matatini into swing

    Dean Nathan looks at the volunteers, the workers and all the effort by thousands of people that goes into making syure Te Matatini operates smoothly this year.

  4. Video for MATA HAKA 8: Te Mātārae i Ōrehu
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    MATA HAKA 8: Te Mātārae i Ōrehu

    Our reporter Mere McLean was fortunate to speak with Wetini Mitai Ngatai.

  5. Video for Te Matatini mahau unveiled
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    Te Matatini mahau unveiled

    A special ceremony early this morning blessed the Te Matatini stage archway in Rotorua.  

  6. Video for Ngā Pōtiki a Hinehopu
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    Ngā Pōtiki a Hinehopu

    Next week, the country's top kapa haka will take the national Te Matatini stage in Rotorua. To begin our lead-up coverage, our haka commentator Heeni Brown, spent time with one of the groups preparing for this years competition, Ngā Pōtiki who hail from Te Arawa.

  7. Video for Te Matatini archway erected
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    Te Matatini archway erected

    The countdown to Te Matatini has begun with the moving of the new archway from Te Puia to the stadium where Te Matatini will be held. With a 30 metre span standing over 13 metres tall and weighing approximately 26 tonnes the archway will frame the Te Matatini stage with carvings that represent tribes from across the country.

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    Tapuika and Ngāti Rangiwewehi grievances acknowledged

    Te Arawa subtribes Tapuika and Ngāti Rangiwewehi, each signed their Deeds of Settlement today to redress historical wrongs inflicted by the Crown over 150 years ago.

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