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  1. Video for Lisa Carrington looks for flaws to perfect.

    Lisa Carrington looks for flaws to perfect.

    At 27 years of age, Lisa Carrington is the third woman to win the supreme Halberg Award in the past ten years. The Queen of New Zealand sport has just returned home from the World Cup in Portugal before she heads off to the world champs. Despite her impressive track record, the Olympian continues to improve her stroke.

  2. Inaugural Supreme Matariki Award winner, Cliff Curtis - Photo / File

    Matariki Awards to honour Lifetime & Supreme Award winners

    The prestigious Matariki Awards this year will honour one Supreme Te Tohu Tiketike o Matariki Award winner, as well as the Lifetime Achievement Award, Te Toi o Ngā Rangi.

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    Rereātea- Matariki Awards Special

    Today Rereātea reporters Wikitōria Day and Kimi Kaire-Melbourne bring you our Matariki Awards Special, ahead of the prestigious awards ceremony which will take place tonight at Tāmaki Paenga Hira - Auckland War Memorial Museum.

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    Māori language, culture exponents nominated for Matariki award

    Te Waitī Award for Te Reo and Tikanga represents special recognition of those individuals who are championing the revitalisation of the Māori language and culture and proactively increasing the awareness and status of te reo Māori in Aotearoa.

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    Young achievers rising stars in their fields

    Te Whetū Maiangi Award for Young Achievers is special recognition of outstanding New Zealanders aged 16 to 30 years who are striving to improve themselves and their communities, demonstrating the potential to contribute to a better future for our nation. 

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    Māori educators recognised for shaping generations

    Te Ururangi Award for Education is special recognition of the extraordinary contribution, sacrifice and commitment of an individual in the New Zealand education sector.

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    Māori community heroes go beyond call of duty

    The Hiwa i te Rangi Community category for the annual Matariki Awards has been established this year in special recognition of the outstanding contribution and achievements of community initiatives over the past year.  The finalists in this category include Ricky Houghton - Te Korowai Trust, Te Puea Memorial Marae for their Manaaki Tangata initiative, and Mike King - Key to Life Charitable Trust.

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    Matariki sports stars eye podium finish

    Te Waitā Award for Sport is special recognition of a sportsperson or member of a sports team who demonstrates excellence in their discipline at a national and/or international level.

  9. Video for Whakatāne locals experience LIVE interactive tāmoko demonstration

    Whakatāne locals experience LIVE interactive tāmoko demonstration

    Whakatāne's general public got the rare opportunity to take part in a live tāmoko demonstration. Tūhoe artist Te Haunui Tuna created the interactive workshop as part of celebrating Matariki and educating the community through the ancient Māori art form. 

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    Sharing a Matariki hākari with our most vulnerable whānau

    Supported by Te Puni Kōkiri and located at Merge Café on Karangahape road, doors will be opened to feed the whānau in most need during the cold snap and to mark the rising of Matariki this year.

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