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    One Love cancelled due to extreme weather conditions

    One Love stage. Photo source: One Love Facebook One Love has been cancelled for the first time due to extreme weather conditions across Tauranga and the rest of the country.

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    'They've got our back': The brotherhood between Six60 and Coterie

    Six60 and Coterie performing together. Source / File

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    Former Black Ferns captain Les Elder donates Christmas presents to whānau in need

    Former Bay of Plenty, Chiefs Manawa and Black Ferns captain Les Elder has started collecting donated items from the Tauranga community to gift to whānau for Christmas.

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    Coterie releases first album in time for whānau summer road trips

    The band of four Māori brothers from Ngāpuhi, Coterie, have released their first-ever album today.

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    Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi writer Colleen Maria Lenihan remaking the literature of Aotearoa

    Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi short story writer Colleen Maria Lenihan has been appointed as the 2023 Victoria University of Wellington, International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML) and Creative New Zeala

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    Artist challenges media to be more culturally competent

    Hohepa Thompson's art often draws attention to political issues, such as racism.

  7. Video for Māmā who was shot turns tragedy into triumph
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    Māmā who was shot turns tragedy into triumph

    Mother of five Jamie Nepia lost her leg after being shot during a domestic dispute in 2018.

  8. Video for Film honouring celestial navigator Sir Hek Busby in cinemas
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    Film honouring celestial navigator Sir Hek Busby in cinemas

    Thirty years ago there were no waka hourua, no ocean-going canoes and no surviving knowledge of celestial navigation in Aotearoa but thanks to Sir Hekenukumai Ngaiwi Puhipi Busby we've come a long

  9. Video for Moana Maniapoto and Christopher Luxon go head-to-head on Te Tiriti, Māori co-governance
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    Moana Maniapoto and Christopher Luxon go head-to-head on Te Tiriti, Māori co-governance

    National leader Christopher Luxon this week said again that the proposed Māori Health Authority had to go - despite a raft of expert opinion arguing for the opposite.

  10. Video for Hilda Halkyard-Harawira, a woman unafraid to fight for what she believes in
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    Hilda Halkyard-Harawira, a woman unafraid to fight for what she believes in

    Hilda Halkyard-Harawira has been involved in mobilising people power movements for many years, unafraid to call out racism and Treaty breaches whenever and wherever she sees them. 

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