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    Nine Pasifika filmmakers premiere 'Vai' tonight

    The creators of the critically acclaimed film Waru are now set to premiere their newest film, Vai tonight in Auckland.

  2. Video for Wero for all university students to 'gumboot up'
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    Wero for all university students to 'gumboot up'

    Māori and Pasifika students at Victoria University have put out a wero for all other wānanga and polytechnic tauira to wear gumboots for a cause on Friday.

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    Moana to be performed in te reo Māori at Disney On Ice

    For the first time ever, Disney’s Moana is coming to Aotearoa to be performed in te reo Māori at the hugely popular Disney On Ice show.

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    Miss NZ contestants showcase their Māori heritage

    This year three contestants are Māori, including Natalya Aroha Jackson of Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Porou, Tess Austin of Ngai Tai and Morgan Hands of Ngāti Hei.

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    Moana and the Moahunters win Taite award

    The group has won the prize for their 1993 album TAHI which includes waiata combining hip-hop and pop with traditional Māori elements such as a haka, poi and te reo.

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    Alien Weaponry starts NZ tour, Chch show to go ahead

    The band is set to start the tour tomorrow and the trio has sent out a heartfelt message following the terror attack in Christchurch. 

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    Pasifika Festival cancelled following Chch terror attack

    Between 40,000 and 60,000 visitors were expected to attend the festival this weekend.

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    Mercy, mercy me- Marvin Gaye gets US postal stamp

    Māori fans of Motown legend Marvin Gaye can soon send some soul through the mail.

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    Top Māori musicians unite to celebrate te reo

    Singers Stan Walker, Ria Hall, Troy Kingi and Maisey Rika are set to open the Auckland Arts Festival at a free event this week.

  10. Video for Te Waka Huia brings actress Keala Settle to tears
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    Te Waka Huia brings actress Keala Settle to tears

    The Greatest Showman actress was in tears watching Te Waka Huia's whakawātea sung to the tune This is Me at Te Matatini last week. 

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