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  1. Video for 'This is when we came of age' - Sir Pou Temara
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    'This is when we came of age'- Sir Pou Temara

    Source / Te Papa Tohunga Māori conducted a pre-dawn hautapu ceremony at Te Papa on Friday to launch the first Matariki public holiday. The ceremony was led by Sir Pou Temara.

  2. Video for Matariki Book links world as one
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    Matariki Book links world as one

    The indigenous traditions surrounding Matariki is the subject of a new book co-authored by Māori astronomer, Professor Rangi Matamua and broadcaster Miriama Kamo.

  3. Video for Matariki: No fireworks or possums please
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    Matariki: No fireworks or possums please

    Astronomer Dr Rangi Matamua, who chairs an advisory group guiding the government on the creation of the inaugural Matariki public holiday, believes letting off fireworks is an inappropriate way to

  4. Video for Hauora fitness programme aligns with maramataka Māori
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    Hauora fitness programme aligns with maramataka Māori

    One sister works as a personal trainer, while the other teaches Kura Kaupapa Māori.

  5. Video for ‘Be cautious because Whiro is at  war with the Moon’
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    ‘Be cautious because Whiro is at  war with the Moon’

    The first long lunar eclipse in 800 years, the blood micro moon or marama kūtia is a full moon that comes as a warning, Māori astronomer Professor Rangi Matamua says. 

  6. Video for Award-winning Maōri astronomer calls out racism in western  science industry
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    Award-winning Maōri astronomer calls out racism in western science industry

    Top science award goes to Professor Rangi Mātāmua (Tūhoe).

  7. Video for Dr Rangi Mātāmua, Hinewehi Mohi and Otara Covid-19 response team finalists in Matariki Awards
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    Dr Rangi Mātāmua, Hinewehi Mohi and Otara Covid-19 response team finalists in Matariki Awards

    The awards, now in their fifth year, recognise outstanding Māori achievement and celebrate the best of us – ngā toa o ngā toa.

  8. Video for Bringing the stars closer to Māori
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    Bringing the stars closer to Māori

    Māori astronomer Professor Rangi Mataamua wants to mould the next generation of Māori scientists.

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