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    Norm Berryman remembered at Koroneihana

    Hundreds of Tainui gathered at Tuurangawaewae Marae to pay their respects to their loved ones who've passed away recently.

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    Adidas release new Māori All Black jersey

    Today Adidas released the new Māori All Blacks jersey, inspired by the natural elements of Aotearoa. 

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    Elliot to join Chiefs 100 club

    Hikawera Elliot (Ngāti Awa) is set to make his 100th appearance for the Chiefs this Friday, as the side take on the Crusaders, in Suva, Fiji. Elliot and the Chiefs left New Zealand for Fiji today, with an eclectic mix of Māori rugby memories to accompany him.

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    NZ Military History important says Buck

    Former New Zealand Māori captain Buck Shelford is throwing his support behind the annual Returned and Services Association (RSA) Poppy Appeal that kicks off this week. Buck comes from a legacy of military service and says we should never forget the sacrifice of those who fought to defend our country. 

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    All Blacks and Māori All Blacks to play in Chicago this year

    The All Blacks will return to Soldier Field in Chicago to play Ireland for the first time on American soil, and the Māori Blacks will take on the USA Eagles. 

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    Big year ahead for Charlie Ngatai

    Māori All Blacks captain Charlie Ngatai has a big year ahead of him starting tomorrow with his beloved Chiefs team who take on the Waratahs in their first pre-season game of the year.  Charlie is chomping at the bit to get out there.

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    Akira Ioane named 2015 Junior Māori Sportsman of the Year

    Akira Ioane has been announced as the successful recipient of the Te Tama-ā-Ranginui Junior Māori Sportsman of the Year award at the 25th annual Māori Sports Awards.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - No pressure

    Native Affairs- No pressure

    As the All Blacks assembled in Auckland today to put final preparations in place for their departure to the Rugby World Cup on Thursday.  One of the players who's counting his lucky stars is winger Nehe Milner-Skudder.  This time last year not many had heard of the little man with the big sidestep. Now some are predicting he could be the star of the tournament.  Native Affairs' Rewa Harriman joined Nehe in his hometown of Palmerston North for a long weekend awaiting the all-important call from the selectors.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Family Business

    Native Affairs- Family Business

    What happens when a former Manu Samoa player gets together with a former New Zealand Black Fern?  Well as it turns out, you can end up with two Māori All Blacks. 

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    Zac Guildford to sign with NSW Waratahs

    Whilst Zac Guildford has been playing for Hawke's Bay for this year's Ranfurly Shield Competition, he has also attracted the attention of the Waratahs.

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