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  1. Video for Tauranga Moana implement waka voyaging for youth
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    Tauranga Moana implement waka voyaging for youth

    A wānanga in Tauranga called Te Kura o Ngā Kuri a Tarawhata aims at revitalising the ancient art of non-instrumental traditional waka voyaging among youth. It's the first pilot wānanga of its kind. An ancient practice on the brink of extinction, tutor Jacko Thatcher hopes that this school will breathe life again into waka voyaging.

  2. Video for Native Affairs - A Culinary Voyage
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    Native Affairs- A Culinary Voyage

    In Rarotonga Native Affairs met Ngāpuhi chef Sam Timoko. Sam has a unique recipe for success. He's passing on his culinary skills to young, local chefs and taking charge of the food stores on-board traditional waka, sailing around the Pacific. Mātai Smith explains.

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    Healing journey for men with addictions

    17 men have been paddling the Waikato River this week as part of the Te Ara Hou programme to help curb their addiction to drugs and alcohol. For some of them, it's been a spiritual journey of self-discovery.

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    Gold Coast mourns Carol Waitohi

    It’s now been one week since the sudden death of Carol Waitohi. Earlier this week, the immediate family learned from the coroner’s report that she died as a result of suffering an aneurysm. Yesterday her closest friends and family gathered for her final farewell and Maori Television were the only media given the blessing by the family to film the proceedings.

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    Family gather to remember Carol Waitohi

    Family held a special prayer service for 50-year-old Carol Waitohi (Tainui / Ngāti Kura), who died whilst out dragon-boating with friends in the Gold Coast  on Thursday evening.

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    Waka experience aims to bring together all ethnicities

    This weekend thousands of people have descended on Auckland's waterfront for the first ever Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival.  It celebrates the role of waka in Māori life and gave all-comers a chance to learn more about Māori culture.  Today people got their chance to try paddling Māori canoes.

  7. Video for Waka racing revives 150-year-old tradition on the Waitematā
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    Waka racing revives 150-year-old tradition on the Waitematā

    Members of the public were given the opportunity to paddle a waka as part of the inaugural Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival being held in Auckland this weekend. The move is part of an initiative to revive waka races in the Auckland Harbour which began 150 years ago.

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    Ngā Waka Toi prepare for waka journey

    A waka journey is being planned for two ancestral waka of the Bay of Plenty in the New Year. Mataatua Toroa and Hinemoana will be paddled along the Bay of Plenty coastline to revive waka traditions amongst the tribes of the Mataatua confederation.

  9. Māori Youth Sail Into Cultural History

    Māori Television is about to send three young Māori on the trip of a lifetime in Waka Warriors, starting Monday July 6 at 8.00pm.

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    Rough weather disrupts AROCA winter series

    The Aratika Waka Ama Club hosted the latest event on the AROCA winter series today at Birkenhead.  Despite all the planning and commitment to run the event they had no control over the weather.

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