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    Research looks to ensure preservation of end-of-life tikanga

    A study by the University of Auckland looks at discovering and strengthening Māori traditional end-of-life practices to protect them for the future; this will have benefits for whānau carers, iwi and the health and palliative care sectors.

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    Mahuru Māori pioneer humbled by Matariki Award nomination

    Reo Māori exponent Paraone Gloyne has been named as a finalist in the Te Waitī Awards category for Te Reo and Tikanga of the second annual Matariki Awards. The pioneer of Mahuru Māori that promotes speaking only Māori during the month of September says he's humbled to be nominated alongside some of his mentors.

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    Māori Astronomy exhibition double-finalist at NZ Museum Awards

    Waikato Museum exhibition "Te Whānau Mārama: The Heavenly Bodies" was a double-finalist at the 2017 Service IQ New Zealand Museum Awards. Curated by Dr Rangi Matamua, Dr Hemi Whaanga, Dr Ann Hardy and Hohepa Tuahine from the University of Waikato, the exhibition shines the spotlight on Māori astronomy and how it is being revitalised.

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    Native Affairs – The Lonely Paepae

    This is a heartbreaking story of loss. A kaumatua is pleading for his people to return home to help him continue the traditions of their marae.

  5. Video for Ngāti Porou whakairo book recognised at Ockham NZ Book Awards
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    Ngāti Porou whakairo book recognised at Ockham NZ Book Awards

    Two Ngāti Porou women have been recognised at the Ockham NZ Book Awards, the country's premier literary honours for works written by New Zealanders. Authored by Ngarino Ellis and photographed by Natalie Robertson, their book A Whakapapa of Tradition focuses on carved meeting houses within Ngāti Porou and was awarded a Judith Binney Best First Book Award for best-illustrated non-fiction.

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    Māori artist upset over misuse of her identity

    Māori artist Paitangi Ostick alleges an American author known as Rue has misused her cultural identity for a new book. Ostick spoke to Kawe Kōrero Reporters and says the author has also misappropriated Māori culture.

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    Upoko Tapu- Robyn Kahukiwa's latest art exhibition

    Renowned Māori artist Robyn Kahukiwa has her latest exhibition, Upoko Tapu, currently on display in Auckland.  With over 50 years of experience, Kahukiwa's unique style is still prominent today.

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    Native Affairs – The Nark

    NARK, or the Nation of Advocates for the Rights of Kids, is an organisation Cherie Kurarangi Sweeney started after her neighbour Serenity Jay Scott was murdered.

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    Should Euthanasia be legalised in New Zealand?

    The Health Select Committee is currently looking at submissions for the ‘Euthanasia Bill’

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    King Tuheitia attends Poukai

    The Māori King attended his first Poukai at Maurea marae since receiving his kidney transplant last year. A carved tree was unveiled and 13 women received moko kauae and two men received mataora in honour of King Tuheitia's 10-year reign.

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