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  1. Video for Tauira of soon-to-close Te Panekiretanga pay tribute to Milroy
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    Tauira of soon-to-close Te Panekiretanga pay tribute to Milroy

    The outpouring of grief for Wharehuia Milroy continues at Mataatua Marae in Rotorua.   Among the mourners were the reo Māori students who he nurtured to excel in the language. 

  2. Video for Te reo, tikanga for tamariki across the ditch
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    Te reo, tikanga for tamariki across the ditch

    Te Waikamihi Korohina-Ormsby is taking te reo and Māori performing arts into various playcentres across Queensland Australia in the hope of keeping Māori customs alive for tamariki living abroad. 

  3. Video for Voicing Māori issues for the world through slam poetry
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    Voicing Māori issues for the world through slam poetry

    Ngā Hine Pūkōrero are representing Australasia at the 2019 Brave New Voices Youth Poetry Festival in the United States, the largest international Youth Poetry Slam Festival in the world.  “We've seen the strength of our grandmothers, our aunties, our mothers, we've learnt how to carry ourselves as strong women in this world of men,” says Matariki Bennet.

  4. Video for Mobilising te reo around Te Waipounamu
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    Mobilising te reo around Te Waipounamu

    Anton Matthews is on a mission to get more people in the South Island speaking basic te reo Māori. Last year he introduced free te reo lessons at his famous Christchurch eatery, Fush.    

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    Normalising moko kauae for the world to witness

    Moko artist Joni Brooking of Ngāti Porou, has bestowed the taonga of moko kauae upon many wāhine Māori. As a practitioner and someone who also wears moko kauae, she speaks with Te Ao Māori news about false stereotypes and normalising moko.

  6. Video for Māori language app brings the voices of native speakers to life
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    Māori language app brings the voices of native speakers to life

    After 30 years of Māori language broadcasting, Radio Kahungunu are embracing digital ingenuity as they prepare to launch "Pukapuka Kōrero Tahi", a Māori language resource based on treasured collections from the storehouse of oral archives at Radio Kahungunu.

  7. Video for Tuhirau gets kids to put pen to paper in te reo
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    Tuhirau gets kids to put pen to paper in te reo

    In a world of instant connection and social media, one 9-year-old girl is reverting back to a time where excitement came in the form of a hand-written letter from a pen-pal.  Te Kahurangi Teinakore-Huaki of Tainui is putting pen to paper and is encouraging other kids to share the experience with her through her initiative, Tuhirau.

  8. Video for Traditional ocean voyaging providing education and lifestyle
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    Traditional ocean voyaging providing education and lifestyle

    To the East Coast now, where the rural, isolated community of Anaura Bay is hosting the inaugural Matangirua Waka Festival 2019. The festival brings experience waka experts, crew and families together to develop the growing knowledge base around inter-island sailing.

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    Te reo roll-out for Auckland's Link buses

    Auckland's InnerLink buses are set to offer next stop announcements in te reo Māori following the success of the Māori language service announcements on the city's trains. 

  10. Video for Ngāti Porou lifeguards following the legacy of their ancestor Paikea
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    Ngāti Porou lifeguards following the legacy of their ancestor Paikea

    In the East Coast, popular recreational activities include waka ama, swimming, surfing and fishing- and they aren't without risk.  Ngāti Porou Surf Life Saving Club is celebrating the induction of 18 new recruits and a brand new Inflatable Rescue Boat.

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