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    Up-and-coming 14-year-old singer takes to the stage

    Papatoetoe singer Reikura Boyd is one of the youngest performers to take part in the Stand Up Stand Out finals in Auckland on Saturday night.

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    Māoridom recognises its talented musicians

    Pere Wihōngi reaches new heights in music after been nominated for Best Māori Male Solo Artist and nominated for four other awards with his group Te Kākano and Maimoa at the 2019 Waiata Māori Music Awards held in Heretaunga.

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    Māori musicians look to inspire Ihumātao with new album and concert

    Musicians from around Aotearoa have banded together to produce an album, Toitū Te Whenua, inspired by Ihumātao and other issues that have impacted on indigenous people.

  4. Video for Ngāpuhi sing to the tune of unity
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    Ngāpuhi sing to the tune of unity

    Ngāpuhi descendants living in Auckland hosted an event with the aim of uniting their tribe through waiata workshops. The project Ara Ngāpuhi is the third gathering this year to learn history and their unique approach to haka. 

  5. Video for Kaaterama finalist for prestigious Maioha award
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    Kaaterama finalist for prestigious Maioha award

    Solo artist Kaaterama Pou, of Ngāpuhi and Te Arawa, has been announced as a finalist for APRA Silver Scroll Maioha Award for her waiata, Paiheretia.

  6. Video for Creators of 'Blue Smoke' - NZ's first pop song to be inducted into Hall of Fame
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    Creators of 'Blue Smoke'- NZ's first pop song to be inducted into Hall of Fame

    Ruru Karaitiana and Pixie Williams of Ngāti Kahungunu and Jim Carter will be inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame at the 2019 APRA Silver Scroll Awards for their waiata Blue Smoke which was recorded in te reo Māori and English in 1949.

  7. Video for NZ artists band together with new song 'Ka Mānu' for Ihumātao
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    NZ artists band together with new song 'Ka Mānu' for Ihumātao

    Musicians have banded together to record a song in support of the Ihumātao land protectors. Composed by Rob Ruha 'Ka Mānu' speaks of unity and peaceful resistance. 

  8. Video for Music video filmed at Ihumātao to 'tautoko the kaupapa'
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    Music video filmed at Ihumātao to 'tautoko the kaupapa'

    Singer, songwriter Hoani Kake, known as Hazaduz, has performed alongside music icon Che Fu as a backing vocalist for 15 years.  Today he says he's taking a stand for the whānau at Ihumātao by filming the video clip for his new waiata, Taking my SOUL, at the site.

  9. Video for Defence Minister records first country album
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    Defence Minister records first country album

    Defence Minister Ron Mark is tapping into his love of country music by recording his first album.  The covers album, two years in the making, is a special project for his whānau.

  10. Video for Ngāpuhi singer eager to learn about his whakapapa
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    Ngāpuhi singer eager to learn about his whakapapa

    Despite traveling all over the world with his music, Ngāpuhi singer Louis Baker has always wanted to learn more about where he's from.  He's just released his new album OPEN, about opening up to new journeys and he says learning more about his whakapapa is a new journey he wants to take.

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