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    Building students' resilience by using traditional Māori weaponry art form

    Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Bernard Fergusson is one of five schools that takes part in traditional Māori weaponry taught by the Te Rākau Hūmārie collective and teacher Waru Roberts says he sees distin

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    Mau Rākau curriculum spreads nationwide

    By Kahumako Rameka, Te Rito journalism cadet.  A traditional practice is finally being introduced into the school curriculum.

  3. Video for Mau-rākau stops school dropouts
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    Mau-rākau stops school dropouts

    Maori weaponry Mauri Toa is a school initiative 

  4. Video for Te Ao Toa heads to Queenstown to look at Māu Rākau
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    Te Ao Toa heads to Queenstown to look at Māu Rākau

    Te Ao Toa checks out Mau Rākau with Nepia Webster from Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  5. Video for Māori weaponry "10 Hit Challenge" self-isolation challenge
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    Māori weaponry "10 Hit Challenge" self-isolation challenge

    Māori men and women from across Aotearoa are taking up the challenge to showcase their skills and inspire others with demonstrations of Māori weaponry. #10HitChallenge

  6. Video for Mau rākau helps American-born twins regain their Māoritanga
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    Mau rākau helps American-born twins regain their Māoritanga

    Kiwa and Koa Mo’o are a pair of brothers who whakapapa to Ngāti Porou, but were brought up in the United States. They are currently students of Toi Hawaiki - a mau rākau branch of Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa based in Hawaii - in which they have found peace in the learning of their Māori identity.

  7. Video for Mau rākau connects whānau living abroad to their heritage
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    Mau rākau connects whānau living abroad to their heritage

    Te Manawa Ora is an initiative which provides a pathway for Māori whānau living in Australia to stay connected to their Māoritanga through the art of mau rākau.

  8. Video for Te Whare Tū Taua welcomes five more pouwaru
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    Te Whare Tū Taua welcomes five more pouwaru

    Koianake Sharples is the latest of his family to reach the Pouwaru, or 8th stage of Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa, the Māori weaponary training school. He follows in the footsteps of his father Paora, and grandfather Sir Pita who founded the school 36 years ago.

  9. Video for Dancer embarks on mau rākau journey
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    Dancer embarks on mau rākau journey

    Jade Whaanga is a trained dancer who has embarked on a journey to further explore her roots through the traditional Māori martial art, mau rākau.  

  10. Video for Revitalising te reo through mau rākau
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    Revitalising te reo through mau rākau

    Hopu i te Ariki, or Catch the Ariki is a game that is helping promote te reo Māori through the art of war. 

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