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  1. Video for Hōkūleʻa & Hikianalia arrive to the Bay of Islands - Feature
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    Hōkūleʻa & Hikianalia arrive to the Bay of Islands- Feature

    If it wasn't for the double-hulled canoe Hōkūle'a making its initial voyage to NZ perhaps the Māori world would not have been inspired to revive the knowledge and skills of our ocean-voyaging ancestors.  

  2. Video for Te Tii Marae welcomes voyaging canoes Hōkūle'a and Hikianalia
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    Te Tii Marae welcomes voyaging canoes Hōkūle'a and Hikianalia

    Around 100 people gathered at Te Tii Marae in Waitangi to welcome the voyaging canoes Hōkūle'a and Hikianalia as they sail across earth's oceans to join and grow the global movement toward a more sustainable world.

  3. Video for Ocean voyaging canoes Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia arrive in Bay of Islands
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    Ocean voyaging canoes Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia arrive in Bay of Islands

    Today, the legendary ocean voyaging canoe Hōkūleʻa and its sister canoe Hikianalia arrived in the Bay of Islands.  

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    Native Affairs- Young Guns

    Waka, Va'a, Wa'a and Vaka are all Polynesian names for the outrigger canoe.   On these single and double-hulled waka, Polynesians migrated all around the Pacific but we've been racing in them well before the arrival of Pākehā.

  5. Video for Te Matau a Māui waka receives much needed makeover
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    Te Matau a Māui waka receives much needed makeover

    Double-hulled waka "Te Matau a Maui" was lifted out of the water into dry dock this week, for a makeover. 

  6. Video for Mālama Honua voyage to promote more sustainable future
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    Mālama Honua voyage to promote more sustainable future

    The voyage, Mālama Honua or "Care for the Earth", is estimated to take three years on its worldwide voyage across the oceans to grow the global movement toward a more sustainable future. 

  7. Tainui ancestral canoe Te Winika
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    Tainui canoe 'Te Winika' sustains damage only to its stern

    Waikato Museum has confirmed the damage to Tainui canoe, Te Winika, is to its stern only. The 200-year-old waka was undergoing restoration work when linseed oil-soaked rags used on the project burst into flames last Sunday.

  8. Video for 200-year-old Tainui waka damaged in Museum fire
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    200-year-old Tainui waka damaged in Museum fire

    A 200-year-old Tainui waka was one of the items damaged in a fire which broke out at Hamilton's Waikato Museum last night.

  9. Video for Polynesian voyaging canoe re-connects with the Moriori people
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    Polynesian voyaging canoe re-connects with the Moriori people

    The crew of the Polynesian voyaging canoe, Te Matau ā Maui are rekindling a lost connection with the Moriori people, as they sail to the Chatham Islands for the first time. 

  10. Video for Prestigious award received by sailors of Te Waka Tapu in Waitangi
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    Prestigious award received by sailors of Te Waka Tapu in Waitangi

    A significant award was given to the sailors of Te Waka Tapu in Te Wharewaka, Waitangi, yesterday.

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