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    Ōnuku Marae to host Ngāi Tahu Treaty Festival

    Discussing freshwater issues, citizenship, diversity and the Treaty, is the focus of this year's Waitangi Day commemorations festivities.

  2. Pictured with principal actors, left, Kihere Aumua-Jahnke, who plays characters Waitaiki and Hine, with Tyson Tangaroa, who plays Poutini, a pounamu guardian
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    First Te Reo Māori play to feature at Christchurch Arts Festival

    For the very first time, a te reo Māori production will be staged at The Court Theater in Christchurch.  It takes the form of a play written and directed by CPIT's Bachelor of Māori Language and Indigenous Studies programme leader, Hohepa Waitoa. 

  3. Video for Ngāti Waewae rangatahi first female in generations to perform wero
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    Ngāti Waewae rangatahi first female in generations to perform wero

    South Island, West Coast hapū Ngāti Waewae made history last week when the first female from their tribe in generations performed a challenge to a ministerial party. 

  4. Video for Granddaughter remembers koro at Taranaki apology
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    Granddaughter remembers koro at Taranaki apology

    During the late 1800s, around 400 Taranaki people were unlawfully incarcerated and exiled to the South Island by Crown forces. 

  5. Video for Greenstone boulders to adorn Hagley Park for Te Matatini
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    Greenstone boulders to adorn Hagley Park for Te Matatini

    The countdown to Matatini is on, with six giant greenstone boulders having been welcomed onto the Te Matatini grounds at Hagley Park this week.   

  6. Video for Ngāi Tahu establish NZ pounamu authentication scheme
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    Ngāi Tahu establish NZ pounamu authentication scheme

    Ngāi Tahu have created a NZ Pounamu Authentication Scheme.  It allows them to identify where greenstone was found, what type it is, and who the carver was. The Ngāi Tahu greenstone tick of approval has become a highly sort-after gem.

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    Tihi Puanaki takes home Life Achievement Award

    For more than four decades, Tihi Puanaki, of Ngāti Hine and Ngāi Tahu descent, has been been a leader in kapa haka and waiata Māori.  Her hard work and dedication over the years has earned her the Lifetime Achievement award at this year's Pride of New Zealand Awards.

  8. Video for Marine reserve approval in Akaroa may compromise Māori customary rights
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    Marine reserve approval in Akaroa may compromise Māori customary rights

    A decision to set up a marine reserve in the South Island has hit a nerve with the Māori Party, who liken it to confiscation.

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    Native Affairs- Shear Grit

    We head south now to where a gang of shearers are hoping to make a world record dream a reality.

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