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  1. Video for Aotearoa teams place at World Hip Hop champs
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    Aotearoa teams place at World Hip Hop champs

    After months of training for our New Zealand teams who qualified and performed their hearts out at the 2019 World Hip Hop Dance Championships, three teams are returning home with medals.

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    Māori breakdancer qualifies for world championships

    Only one New Zealander will head to the breakdancing Battle of the Year World Finals in Germany in October after the weekend's Red Rat Pacific qualifier.  Aron Mahuika, aka B-Boy AKORN, is one of NZ's most reputable and accomplished B-boys.  

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    Hip Hop Dance Crews Fight For World Champs

    Hip-hop dancers from throughout Aotearoa are in Auckland to battle it out at the 10th New Zealand Street Dance Hip Hop Championships. One thousand dancers from 90 dance crews are vying for positions in America at the World Hip Hop Championships this August.

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    Street Dance NZ celebrate 10 years

    Street Dance New Zealand (SDNZ) celebrates 10 years of cultivating New Zealand dance talent and showcasing it on the world stage. 

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    Goebel nominated for World of Dance awards

    New Zealand Dancer/Choreographer Parris Goebel has been nominated for four awards at the World of Dance Industry Awards to be held in February.

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    Māori TV launches online dance series "The Palace"

    Today at 8pm Māori Television will exclusively launch the brand new series The Palace online.

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    Ngāpuhi dancer Kaea Pearce sets sight even higher

    You may recognise Ngāpuhi descendant Kaea Pearce from the New Zealand dance film “Born to Dance” or the latest Justin Bieber dance video for his song, “Sorry”.  But if you thought things couldn’t get any better for the dancer, you would be wrong.

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