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  1. Video for Sir Toby Curtis pushes for urgent hearing
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    Sir Toby Curtis pushes for urgent hearing

    Notable Maori educator Sir Toby Curtis is demanding an urgent hearing before the Waitangi Tribunal on Wai 2770. The claim centres on the closure of Partnership Schools in NZ. 

  2. Video for Traditional welcome for World Indigenous Business Forum delegates
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    Traditional welcome for World Indigenous Business Forum delegates

    The chairman of the Māori Indigenous Business Development Trust welcomed delegations from more than 25 countries at the opening of the World Indigenous Business Forum in Rotorua.

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    Dynamic netball player Erena Mikaere returns home

    Former Sunshine Coast Lighting player Erena Mikaere has returned home to Rotorua in preparation for the 2019 ANZ Premiership Netball Season.

  4. Video for Iwi to partake in Kaituna River management
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    Iwi to partake in Kaituna River management

    Iwi who have cultural connections to the Kaituna River now have a say on practices on the river following the release of Kaituna River Document.

  5. Video for Rotorua Māori language parade ends week on a high
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    Rotorua Māori language parade ends week on a high

    The last of the parades celebrating Māori Language Week was held today in Rotorua.  A resilient crowd braved the cold to support the Māori language.

  6. Video for Nuri whānau nurture te reo in the home
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    Nuri whānau nurture te reo in the home

    The Nuri whānau of Te Arawa are part of the reo evolution movement with more than four generations speaking te reo Māori.  They hope to nurture and hold fast to the language taught within their home.

  7. Video for Māori language finds a place at NZ longest running netball tournament
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    Māori language finds a place at NZ longest running netball tournament

    Te Reo Māori has found a home at one of New Zealand's longest running netball tournaments.  In its 85th year the Kurangaituku continues to attract teams from around the country and Australia.

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    A welcome sign for a bilingual Rotorua

    Rotorua unveiled its first bilingual welcome sign today.  Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick says, “We hope over time you're going to see a lot more of the reo incorporated into road signage.” 

  9. Video for Teacher, author, entertainer laid to rest
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    Teacher, author, entertainer laid to rest

    Teacher, author and entertainer Beatrice Piatarihi Tui Yates (nee Grant) affectionately known as 'Aunty Bea' was taken to her final resting place today.

  10. Video for Aunty Bea taken to Te Takinga Marae
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    Aunty Bea taken to Te Takinga Marae

    Popular teacher, author and entertainer Beatrice Piatarihi Tui Yates (Nee Grant) affectionately known as 'Aunty Bea' was taken to Te Takinga Marae today.  The 78-year-old passed away yesterday.

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