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  1. Video for Whānau mourn loss of respected Māori educationalist
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    Whānau mourn loss of respected Māori educationalist

    Sadly, Danny Reweti Hona of Ngāti Awa, Tūhoe, Whakatōhea and Tūwharetoa passed away at his family homestead in Te Teko early this morning, aged just 56.

  2. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Game Changer
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Game Changer

    Tuhoe's Antoinette Grootjans has a very simple and ambitious goal, to be the first woman to referee an NRL game. She cites her biggest achievement so far as refereeing the women's premiere final last year, but for Antoinette, that's just the beginning.

  3. Video for Tame Iti's artwork continues despite some complaints
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    Tame Iti's artwork continues despite some complaints

    Tame Iti's art continues to flourish in the small township of Tāneatua in Eastern Bay of Plenty.  The local artist recently received complaints after painting over letter boxes belonging to NZ Post.

  4. Video for Kruger speaks out on Tūhoe's dependency on Govt policies
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    Kruger speaks out on Tūhoe's dependency on Govt policies

    Tūhoe negotiator Tamati Kruger predicts that by 2045, Tūhoe will no longer be dependent on government policies.  This is part of the 40-year plan promised in the Tūhoe Settlement. 

  5. Video for Armistice Day commemoration remembers Tūhoe troops
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    Armistice Day commemoration remembers Tūhoe troops

    Representatives from the French and Belgian governments have attended Armistice commemorations on Te Rewarewa Marae in Ruatoki, where the enlisted men of Tūhoe were honoured for their valour.

  6. Video for Well-respected Tūhoe leader, Tiwi Black, laid to rest
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    Well-respected Tūhoe leader, Tiwi Black, laid to rest

    A stalwart of the Tūhoe Festival, Tiwi Black, was farewelled today from his ancestral home, Ōhotu in Ruatoki with over 500 people attending his funeral.

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    "The Price of Peace" wins best documentary award at Indigenous film festival

    New Zealand film “The Price of Peace”, directed by Kim Webby, has won the best documentary award at the ImagineNATIVE Film Festival in Toronto, the biggest festival of indigenous cinema in the world.

  8. Video for Tame Iti artwork stirs concern among locals
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    Tame Iti artwork stirs concern among locals

    Is it art or vandalism? That's the question from some locals in the Eastern BOP township of Taneātua regarding Tame Iti's new work of art.

  9. Video for Not all Tūhoe descendants happy to combine festivals
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    Not all Tūhoe descendants happy to combine festivals

    A Tūhoe group, which represents 13 marae in the region, have voted no to combining the Tūhoe Festival and the Mataatua Kapa Haka Regional Competition in Easter next year.

  10. Video for Tūhoe Hui Ahurei and Mataatua Kapa Haka regionals to combine
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    Tūhoe Hui Ahurei and Mataatua Kapa Haka regionals to combine

    Tūhoe have agreed to combine their unique biennial festival with the Mataatua Kapa Haka regionals in Ruatoki next Easter.  The move has come as a surprise to some but the chairs of both committees say the distinct nature of both events won't be affected.

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