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  1. Video for Kiwis are taking over Hollywood with Thor:Ragnarok
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    Kiwis are taking over Hollywood with Thor:Ragnarok

    Taika Waititi has assembled a team of New Zealanders for the Thor: Ragnarok project. Actors, production designers, camera operators and stunt coordinators worked together to create the Marvel Universe and in doing helped each other realise childhood dreams.

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    Rob Ruha receives $50,000 Laureate Award

    Today the New Zealand Arts awards announced Māori musician Rob Ruha as one of their Laureate winners.

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    Taupo's first Māori cultural cruise set to sail

    Taurikura is the first interactive Māori cultural scenic cruise set to entertain the throngs on Lake Taupō this summer. In an exclusive, Te Kāea was invited to their practise run ahead of their first official outing next month.

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    RLWC team welcome to be held on Auckland's waterfront

    Teams and fans attending the Rugby League World Cup (RLWC) in Auckland will be treated to fun activities and entertainment the Viaduct Harbour.

  5. Video for Fans claim Thor Ragnarok best all-time Marvel film
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    Fans claim Thor Ragnarok best all-time Marvel film

    Taika Waititi's Marvel film Thor Ragnarok is already receiving rave reviews worldwide.

  6. Video for Rotorua Tuku Iho performers will again entertain American masses
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    Rotorua Tuku Iho performers will again entertain American masses

    Rotorua's Tuku Iho, the Living Legacy exhibition haka performers will again entertain American crowds, this time at Los Angeles popular Venice Beach. 

  7. Video for Native Affairs: The Mystery Of The Māori Hollywood Star
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    Native Affairs: The Mystery Of The Māori Hollywood Star

    It’s one of Hollywood’s oldest mysteries – with a Māori twist. Screen goddess Merle Oberon was just as famous as legends such as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor. But did she hide her Māori and Indian culture to succeed in Hollywood?

  8. Video for Team NZ share America's Cup with Edgecumbe community
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    Team NZ share America's Cup with Edgecumbe community

    A parade celebrating Team New Zealand and the America's Cup is underway in Edgecumbe.

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    Up and coming Māori musos off to VNZMAs

    Some of Māoridom's up and coming musicians have been named as finalists for this year's prestigious Vodafone NZ Music Awards.

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    Netflix cartoon "in no way represents Māori"- Maisey Rika

    A children's Netflix show is raising eyebrows because of its representation of haka and Māori culture. Justin Time Go's episode 'Let's Haka Dance' shows a man wearing a mask, chanting the haka 'tika tonu'.

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