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  1. Video for King Country iwi mourn passing of kaumātua Alan Taumata
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    King Country iwi mourn passing of kaumātua Alan Taumata

    Alan Taumata was a respected elder and spiritual leader from Kakahi, east of Taumarunui, in the King Country.

  2. Video for Waitomo ratepayers disappointed at rise in rates
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    Waitomo ratepayers disappointed at rise in rates

    Most local councils across Aotearoa are set to increase rates soon. While only 13 councils have opted for a rates freeze, some Māori ratepayers in Waitomo say they can't afford to pay an increase, especially so soon after the COVID-19 pandemic.

  3. Video for Singing helps King Country farmers keep their spirits up
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    Singing helps King Country farmers keep their spirits up

    For the Komene whānau, in Aria, a small King Country town, singing has been a way to pass the time during lockdown. It’s also helped to keep their spirits up.

  4. Video for Ngāti Maniapoto celebrate their 22nd multi-sport anniversary
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    Ngāti Maniapoto celebrate their 22nd multi-sport anniversary

    Ngāti Maniapoto celebrated their iwi anniversary where 22 marae competed in a multisport event in the small settlement of Te Kūiti.

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    First pātaka kai in 100 years opened at Te Wharekura o Maniapoto

    The first pātaka kai to be built in the King Country for at least 100 years has been opened at Te Wharekura o Maniapoto. The pātaka kai was opened on Tuesday near Te Kūiti and blessed by kaumātua Te Pare Joseph and Tame Green. 

  6. Video for Maniapoto board treaty mandate endorsed
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    Maniapoto board treaty mandate endorsed

    The Maniapoto Māori Trust Board has been endorsed by the Crown to negotiate the treaty claim on behalf of the tribe. Deputy Chair, Keith Ikin says despite differences between the tribes within the King Country region, nearly three quarters of their beneficiaries agreed that the board should settle the claim with the Crown.

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    Maniapoto board treaty mandate endorsed

    The Maniapoto Trust Board has been endorsed by the crown to negotiate the treaty claim on behalf of the tribe. Deputy Chair, Keith Ikin says despite differences between the tribes within the King Country region, nearly three quarters of their beneficiaries agreed that the board should settle the claim with the crown.  

  8. Video for Otorohanga youth desperate for better jobs
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    Otorohanga youth desperate for better jobs

    Youth in Otorohanga are desperate for better jobs in their area. There was no hesitation in putting the challenge to Prime Minister John Key during his visit to the King Country, where he met with Māori youth and business owners.

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    Despite best efforts shearers fall short of record

    A King Country shearing gang’s attempt on a World record has been called off half-way through as the three shearers fell behind the pace required to get their names into the books. 

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Pay Out Blues
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    Native Affairs- Pay Out Blues

    The volume is being turned down on NZ's "rockstar" economy; in particular the dairy industry is being exposed to the cold hard light of plummeting international prices.  So how are Māori farmers coping? 

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