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  1. Video for Te Arawa youth joins US women's basketball team, Williston State
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    Te Arawa youth joins US women's basketball team, Williston State

    Standing at 5'6", Kararaina Pene (Te Arawa) has signed with Williston State Teton Women's Basketball team.

  2. Video for Superpower rongoā made for whānau with love
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    Superpower rongoā made for whānau with love

    Davina Thompson (Ngāti Awa, Te Arawa) has made almost 1000 rongoā Māori packs. Made with little funds and a lot of aroha, these rongoā packs are even helping people from the Bay of Plenty to Whangārei.

  3. Video for Whakarewarewa locals prohibit the homeless from entering their village
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    Whakarewarewa locals prohibit the homeless from entering their village

    Whakarewarewa village has been closed off to the public.

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    Te Arawa Hub set up to guide whānau through uncertain times

    Te Arawa has formed a new hub to provide whānau across Rotorua and the wider region with the resources and support needed during the lockdown period.

  5. Video for Te Arawa regionals taking extra measures to ensure coronavirus safety
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    Te Arawa regionals taking extra measures to ensure coronavirus safety

    Te Arawa kapa haka regional competition committee is taking extra measures to ensure the safety of thousands of spectators expected to attend the two-day event in Rotorua.  

  6. Video for Te Hekenga a Rangi excited about Te Arawa regionals debut
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    Te Hekenga a Rangi excited about Te Arawa regionals debut

    With the 2020 Te Arawa Kapa Haka Regional Competition only days away, one group Te Hekenga a Rangi is making their debut on Friday. Te Ao was fortunate to be invited to their final training session at Whakaue Marae in Maketu today.

  7. Video for Lake Ōkaro returned to Te Arawa in a filthy state
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    Lake Ōkaro returned to Te Arawa in a filthy state

    Te Arawa iwi finally get the missing piece to the puzzle in terms of true ownership over its 14 lakes, one being the last effort for the governance over Lake Ōkaro.

  8. Video for “I don't trust Pouhere Taonga” on the return of Hinemihi whare
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    “I don't trust Pouhere Taonga” on the return of Hinemihi whare

    130 years after being sold to Britain, a dispute over the return of carvings from the Hinemihi meeting house in London has erupted. One descendant of the original ancestor is claiming that they are being locked out of discussions. Te Ohu Wi Kingi is a direct descendant of the original owner of Hinemihi, Aporo Te Wharekaniwha. Te Wharekaniwha commissioned Hinemihi to be built. It was originally situated on his whānau block in Te Wairoa.

  9. Video for Water Safety NZ partners with Māori to save lives
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    Water Safety NZ partners with Māori to save lives

    On average Māori account for over 20 percent of all preventable and non-preventable drowning fatalities, despite comprising only 15 percent of the nation’s population. To stem the tide of tragedy, Water Safety New Zealand (Haumaru Wai O Aotearoa) knows that working with Māori is key. To fund their partnerships, ACC have granted Water Safety $1 million for a two year pilot scheme.

  10. Video for Te Arawa duo creating environmentally-friendly clothing from recycled goods
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    Te Arawa duo creating environmentally-friendly clothing from recycled goods

    A Te Arawa duo is taking a step into the business world to create environmentally-friendly clothing from recycled goods in an attempt to future-proof the environment for generations to come.

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