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  1. Video for Te Matatini 2017 – Waioweka

    Te Matatini 2017 – Waioweka

    The last time Waioweka stood on a national stage was in Christchurch over 30 years ago. Today Waioweka takes the stage after reforming their team just last year. Many of their performers affiliate to Ngāti Ira, Ngāti Ngahere and Te Whakatōhea.

  2. Video for Te Matatini 2017 – Hātea Kapa Haka

    Te Matatini 2017 – Hātea Kapa Haka

    With one of the strongest soprano sounds in the Northland region, Hātea are the second team to take the stage at this year’s Te Kahu o Te Amorangi - Te Matatini festival at the Hawkes Bay regional sports park in Hastings.

  3. Video for Te Matatini 2017 – Te  Manu Huia

    Te Matatini 2017 – Te Manu Huia

    First to take the stage this year at Te Kahu o te Amorangi: Te Matatini 2017 is Te Manu Huia who delivered a performance resonating with tributes to their founders and patriarch Ngapo Wehi and matriarch Pimia 'Nen' Wehi.

  4. Video for Performers will face the music

    Performers will face the music

    The massive work to get the competition up and running has been completed. Tomorrow, performers will face the music, but with any luck, not the burning sunlight.

  5. Video for Defending Matatini Champs aim for consecutive win

    Defending Matatini Champs aim for consecutive win

    Thousands have converged onto Mclean Park for the first day of the Te Matatini that is held in Hastings. Today hosts Ngāti Kahungunu opened the event with the official pōwhiri ceremony that saw Te Whānau a Apanui give Te Waka Huia the honour of handing over the prestigious Duncan McIntyre trophy.

  6. Video for Exponents of haka world pay homage to Makariini Temara

    Exponents of haka world pay homage to Makariini Temara

    Exponents of the haka world are paying homage to one of their most respected leaders, Te Makarini Temara, who passed away in Whakatāne overnight at the age of 58. They say that the man who was the driving force behind the kapa haka of Ruatāhuna Kākahu Mauku, a respected elder of the Ngāti Kuri and Tamakaimoana people and a prominent figure at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi is a huge loss.

  7. Video for Rereātea @Te Matatini 2017

    Rereātea @Te Matatini 2017

    Rereātea comes to you live from Mclean Park in Napier this morning as the world's elite kapa haka teams arrive for the powhiri to open Te Matatini 2017.  Join Wikitōria Day and Kimiora-Kaire Melbourne as they bring you the latest news and what to expect over the coming hours and days.

  8. Video for He Amorangi - Angie Smith

    He Amorangi- Angie Smith

    Angie Smith of Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāi Tūhoe has inspired many performers because of her natural beauty and passion for kapa haka and other dancers such as hula in the Auckland region. In 1988 Angie would debut for Te Waka Huia in Whangarei with their many successes later including three national championships.

  9. Video for He Amorangi - Sister Act 2

    He Amorangi- Sister Act 2

    Tonight's Amorangi feature is a story about two sisters Maani and Sarah Waititi who are performers for Te Matatini defending champions Te Whānau a Apanui.  They say that their Nanny and Pāpā are the reason they are passionate about their iwi and group.

  10. Video for He Amorangi - Sophie Williams

    He Amorangi- Sophie Williams

    He Amorangi - Sophie Williams of Te Arawa and Ngāpuhi descent is a lecturer of dance at the University of Auckland, a PhD student, a key performer and member of Hawaiki Tu Academy. She says her Rotorua based senior kapa Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao has grounded and influenced who she is today as a dancer, a performer and representative of her tribe, Te Arawa.

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