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  1. Video for Million-dollar waka a 'floating classroom' for Tairawhiti
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    Million-dollar waka a 'floating classroom' for Tairawhiti

    A twin-hulled voyaging canoe being built as a floating classroom for Tairawhiti (East Coast) children has been blessed for its next stage of development. Tairawhiti Voyaging Trust has raised more than a $1 million dollars for the waka which will also be named Tairawhiti.

  2. Video for Waka embarks on 12,000 km journey across Pacific
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    Waka embarks on 12,000 km journey across Pacific

    A new vessel was launched this week that will sail across the Pacific to Tāhiti, Hawai'i and the Marshall Islands where it will be gifted to the people there for educational, research and commercial purposes.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – On the Waka
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    Native Affairs – On the Waka

    Native Affairs was aboard Te Matau a Māui, a double-hulled waka that spent three days tracking the Amazon Warrior, the largest seismic testing ship in the world. The crew of activists confronted the ship yesterday off the East Coast of the North Island returning to Napier this morning.

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    Waka hourua to confront the Amazon Warrior

    The Ngāti Kahungunu owned waka hourua, Te Matau a Māui, has left the shores of Napier to confront the world's largest seismic survey ship, the Amazon Warrior, and is expected to intercept the vessel today.  

  5. Video for New venture a platform for rangatahi to take part in waka movement
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    New venture a platform for rangatahi to take part in waka movement

    A new tourism venture in the heart of Auckland is pioneering tourism in New Zealand through innovation and sustainability. Okeanos Aotearoa provides a platform for youth to take part in the waka movement. 

  6. Video for Young women strive to become top navigators
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    Young women strive to become top navigators

    Two young women are about to enter a male dominant arena. Teira Tohu  and Hinerapa Rupuha are aiming to become one of New Zealand's fewest female master navigators. Heeni Brown caught up with them. 

  7. Video for Shortage of waka paddlers at Waitangi inspires a new generation
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    Shortage of waka paddlers at Waitangi inspires a new generation

    A shortage of waka paddlers at Waitangi this year has inspired a new generation to take charge of the pageant by preserving the traditions under the guidance of Māori waka exponents.

  8. Video for Traditional waka races take flight at Tāmaki Herengā Waka Festival
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    Traditional waka races take flight at Tāmaki Herengā Waka Festival

    Waka tētē races at the Tāmaki Herengā Waka Festival brought together local Auckland tribes back onto the waters of Tāmaki Makaurau, revitalising history, culture and heritage.

  9. Video for Horouta top the medal table at Waka Ama Nationals
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    Horouta top the medal table at Waka Ama Nationals

    Therein lies the peak of Maungatautari staring down to the surface of Lake Karāpiro with anticipation from those who turned out for the last day of the Waka Ama Sprint Nationals.

  10. Video for Dual International Mathew Ridge debuts at Waka Ama Nationals
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    Dual International Mathew Ridge debuts at Waka Ama Nationals

    It's a different domain for former Kiwi League and All Black Matthew Ridge who is making his debut in the Premier Men's division at this years competition.

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