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  1. Video for Te Kāea - He Maimai Aroha 2016
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    Te Kāea- He Maimai Aroha 2016

    As we farewell 2016 we remember the dearly departed. Those who armed themselves for the greater good, who were leaders in their own right and who taught us so much. Te Kāea would like to pay tribute to their passion, work and dedication.

  2. Video for Māori broadcaster Reuben Collier receives NZ Order of Merit
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    Māori broadcaster Reuben Collier receives NZ Order of Merit

    18 Māori have been named on the prestigious 2017 honours list. Māori broadcaster stalwart, Reuben Collier (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rereahu-Maniapoto) is one of them, who has been awarded the Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM), for services to the television industry and Māori.

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    Native Affairs – Picture this

    Ngā Aho Whakaari - it means the "strands of many visions". It's the name given to the body supporting Māori working in screen production. At the weekend Ngā Aho Whakaari celebrated 20 years' of achievement. We caught up with some of the industry's legends before they took to the red carpet.

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    Ngata works etched across print, radio and television

    Māori broadcasting trailblazer, Tanara Whairiri ki Tawhiti Ngata is now home, as he lies in state on the veranda of his ancestral house Kapohanga at Hiruharama Marae in Ruatoria.

  5. Video for Former colleagues pay tribute to veteran broadcaster Whai Ngata
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    Former colleagues pay tribute to veteran broadcaster Whai Ngata

    Veteran Māori broadcaster Tanara Whairiri ki Tawhiti Ngata has passed away at the age of 74. Ngata of Ngāti Porou and Te Whānau-a-Apanui decent lost his battle to illness overnight. Today, some of his colleagues took time to pay tribute to the humble yet cheeky pioneering Māori broadcaster.

  6. Video for Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal
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    Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal

    Māori Television welcomed Pouroto Ngaropo the new Head of People, Language and Culture, a new role established to maintain Māori language and customs to the highest standard.  Māori Television CEO Paora Maxwell hopes the new role will help achieve his new goal of making all workers bilingual by 2020.

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    Respected Māori broadcaster has passed away

    Māori journalist Anzac Pikia has passed away at the age of 35.

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