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  1. Video for Keeping tikanga Māori alive through manaakitanga
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    Keeping tikanga Māori alive through manaakitanga

    Although they may be few in numbers, the kaitiaki of Kia Piritahi Marae on Waiheke Island are continuing to uphold tikanga Māori within the community, while also educating the many visitors from Ngā Hau ē Whā (The Four Winds).

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    Papa honoured for championing revitalisation of te reo

    Pānia Papa has devoted most of her life to the revitalisation of te reo Māori to ensure the language will flourish for future generations. In honour of her mahi, she was awarded the Te Waitī Award for Te Reo and Tikanga at the 2019 Matariki Awards this evening.

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    Honoured for a lifetime commitment to te reo, tikanga and Māori arts

    Kuini Moehau Reedy is a storehouse of knowledge, a creative composer of music who is maintaining the essence of the unique dialect of her people. Tonight she was named as the winner of the Te Toi ō Ngā Rangi Award at the Matariki Awards.

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    Teacher shares tikanga Māori at Utah school

    Mitch Rudolph is doing his part as an elementary school teacher to ensure the future of his students as he implements the culture-centered mission statement of his school in West Valley, Utah, USA.

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    Inmates' special request: to celebrate Matariki

    Matariki celebrations are being embraced by more and more people every year in Aotearoa.  This year, the inmates at Kohuora Auckland South Corrections Facility also wanted to get amongst it.

  6. Video for ‘It’s not something to be ashamed of’ - New film highlights menstruation in Māori pre-colonial times
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    ‘It’s not something to be ashamed of’- New film highlights menstruation in Māori pre-colonial times

    A short film highlighting the tikanga practices around menstruation in pre-colonial times has been named a finalist for New Zealand's Best Short Film Competition.

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    Infamous track on Te Mata Peak exposes racism

    Ngāti Kahungunu iwi and hapū members have been subject to racism following their support for the removal of the highly contentious Craggy Range track on Te Mata Peak, but Ngāti Kahungunu Chair Ngahiwi Tomoana says there has been a shift in public opinion, with strong support now to have it removed.

  8. Video for Te reo, tikanga for tamariki across the ditch
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    Te reo, tikanga for tamariki across the ditch

    Te Waikamihi Korohina-Ormsby is taking te reo and Māori performing arts into various playcentres across Queensland Australia in the hope of keeping Māori customs alive for tamariki living abroad. 

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    Normalising moko kauae for the world to witness

    Moko artist Joni Brooking of Ngāti Porou, has bestowed the taonga of moko kauae upon many wāhine Māori. As a practitioner and someone who also wears moko kauae, she speaks with Te Ao Māori news about false stereotypes and normalising moko.

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    Creating art with substance

    Should mortuary waste be separated from the main treated effluent flow? Te Ao Māori News hears from Māori artist Christie Tawhai Patumaka who is raising awareness around the issue.

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