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    Photo gallery- One Love 2019

    Te Kāea have collated a gallery of photos including some of the artists who took to the stage and festival-goers looking flash in the best-dressed outfits.

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    Film addressing domestic violence, alcohol, drugs wins award

    Rangatahi at a youth justice residence in Auckland have taken out the top prize at a film festival with their short film What You Don't Know.

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    Peoples choice- your favourites to perform at One Love

    The festival kicks off today in Tauranga and Te Kāea has gone out to find the performers that people are most excited to watch.

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    ‘Feels pretty surreal’- Common Unity opening One Love

    It’s a dream come true for the all-Māori Ohakune-based band opening One Love today.

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    Tyga moved by "spiritual" pōwhiri

    The American hip hop artist and his entourage have arrived in Tāmaki Makaurau for a concert tonight.

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    New film promotes Pasifika female empowerment

    The critically acclaimed film Waru was a resounding success and its producers are about to premiere their newest film, Vai.

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    Highly-anticipated One Love Festival sells out

    Twenty thousand people are expected to attend One Love and organisers are promising that this year's theme, layout and line-up will be bigger and better.

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    Ngāti Porou man loses 150kg

    Hundreds of people have donated to support Thomas Teneti who is about to undergo surgery to remove his excess skin.

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    Hikoi to support wahine undergoing weight loss surgery

    Waitapu Moka is about to undergo surgery after years of struggling with obesity and her kapa Te Hau Tawhiti from Australia have organised a hikoi to support her.

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    NUKU series amplifying the indigenous female voice

    A creative storytelling series about 100 “kickass indigenous women doing things differently” is about to be launched by Māori photographer Qiane Matata-Sipu.

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