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  1. Video for Waiata Anthems, Episode 5
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    Waiata Anthems, Episode 5

    Iconic musical artists from around Aotearoa translate & record their songs in te reo Māori. Tonight: Melodownz.

  2. Video for Waiata Anthems, Episode 4
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    Waiata Anthems, Episode 4

    Iconic musical artists from around Aotearoa translate & record their songs in te reo Māori. Tonight: Bic Runga.

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    Hāni Dread releases waiata honouring those who fought for te reo to become an official language

    The new waiata, Kōkiri, pays tribute to those who delivered Māori Language petition containing over 30,000 plus signatures to Parliament in September 1972.

  4. Video for Waiata Anthems, Episode 3
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    Waiata Anthems, Episode 3

    Iconic musical artists from around Aotearoa translate & record their songs in te reo Māori. Tonight: Drax Project.

  5. Video for Whare Kōrero app launches to bring iwi radio to one hub
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    Whare Kōrero app launches to bring iwi radio to one hub

    The app will bring all 21 iwi radio stations together and will have all their content.

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    Te Rito Maioha named provider in rollout of Te Ahu o te Reo Māori

    The programme is for teachers and support staff to learn te reo in English-medium and Māori-medium pathways

  7. Video for Waiata Anthems, Episode 2
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    Waiata Anthems, Episode 2

    Iconic musical artists from around Aotearoa translate & record their songs in te reo Māori. Tonight: Katchafire.

  8. Video for Waiata Anthems, Episode 1
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    Waiata Anthems, Episode 1

    Iconic musical artists from around Aotearoa translate & record their songs in te reo Māori. Tonight: Hollie Smith / Don McGlashan.

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    Mixing metalheads with classical music fans: NZ Symphony Orchestra rocks out with Alien Weaponry

    “One thing is for sure, the mosh pits will be insane.”

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    Waiata Anthems

    Iconic musical artists from around Aotearoa record their songs in te reo Māori. 

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