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    Te Arawa mourns the loss of Ngāti Whakaue leader Pihopa Kingi

    The people of Te Arawa are mourning the loss of Ngāti Whakaue chief, Pihopa Kingi. Kingi passed away yesterday afternoon at Rotorua hospital surrounded by whānau. He was 88-years-old. 

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    Rotorua couple made to vacate drop-in centre for needy

    A Rotorua good Samaritan couple have had a hiccup in their quest to provide free meals and social services to the community's most needy. Lara Northcroft and Wetini Mitai-Ngatai recently opened a drop-in centre in the city but will need to vacate the premises at the end of this month.

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    Te Arawa champs set to impress at Mana Kuratahi haka comp

    Three time regional Te Arawa primary school kapa haka champions, Te Wharekura o Ngāti Rongomai are set to impress judges at next week’s national Mana Kuratahi competition.

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    Woman urges whānau to make it safer for Takatāpui

    30-year-old Kara Beckford identifies as a proud Takatāpui, who draws inspiration from the likes of world reknown artists Mexican indigenous Frida Kahlo and intersex-born Julian Huxtable.

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    More research given on term 'Takatāpui'

    Recently, Dr Elizabeth Kerekere represented the Greens in the race for Ikaroa-Rāwhiti. Despite Dr Kerekere being unsuccessful, she still managed to complete her PHD thesis that looks at the traditional term 'Takatāpui'.  

  6. Video for Mita Mohi inducted into Te Arawa Hall of Fame
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    Mita Mohi inducted into Te Arawa Hall of Fame

    The late Mita Hikairo Mohi will be inducted into the Te Arawa Hall of Fame for his contribution to rugby league and other recreational activities for Māori. The family of the former rugby league star will receive the award on his behalf.

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    Tamariki tackle climate change

    Ngāti Ngararanui in Rotorua is calling on local government to develop a long-term plan to restore the water quality of their local awa, Waitetī. The hapū says the move will ensure the awa will be preserved for future generations.  

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    Malaysian woman becomes immersed in Te Arawa reo

    A Malaysian woman's quest to speak te reo Māori fluently has been justified with her full immersion into the Te Arawa way of life. With Rotorua recently becoming the first bilingual city in Aotearoa, she now feels right at home.

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    Prominent weaver Emily Schuster's work remembered

    This week marks 20 years since the passing of a prominent weaver of Te Arawa who has opened doors for many weavers around the country. Her name was Emily Rangitiria Schuster and her work is now been displayed in the Te Puia Tourism art gallery in Rotorua.

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    Scotty and Stacey Morrison appointed to Massey University

    Media power couple and language revitalisation advocates Scotty and Stacey Morrison have been appointed to new roles at the School of Māori Art, Knowledge and Education at Massey University. The announcement accompanies the launch of their new Māori language book, Māori At Home.

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