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  1. Video for Ariki, Episode 6
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    Ariki, Episode 6

    Māori students from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki. Hopu i te Ariki is a new sport based upon the ancestral art form of mau rākau, founded by Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  2. Video for Ariki, Episode 5
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    Ariki, Episode 5

    Māori students from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki. Hopu i te Ariki is a new sport based upon the ancestral art form of mau rākau, founded by Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  3. Video for Ariki, Episode 4
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    Ariki, Episode 4

    Māori students from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki. Hopu i te Ariki is a new sport based upon the ancestral art form of mau rākau, founded by Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  4. Video for Ariki, Episode 3
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    Ariki, Episode 3

    Māori students from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki. Hopu i te Ariki is a new sport based upon the ancestral art form of mau rākau, founded by Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  5. Video for Ariki, Episode 2
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    Ariki, Episode 2

    Māori students from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki. Hopu i te Ariki is a new sport based upon the ancestral art form of mau rākau, founded by Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  6. Video for Ariki, Episode 1
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    Ariki, Episode 1

    Māori students from across Aotearoa compete for the title of Ariki. Hopu i te Ariki is a new sport based upon the ancestral art form of mau rākau, founded by Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa.

  7. Video for Mau rākau connects whānau living abroad to their heritage
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    Mau rākau connects whānau living abroad to their heritage

    Te Manawa Ora is an initiative which provides a pathway for Māori whānau living in Australia to stay connected to their Māoritanga through the art of mau rākau.

  8. Video for Te Whare Tū Taua welcomes five more pouwaru
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    Te Whare Tū Taua welcomes five more pouwaru

    Koianake Sharples is the latest of his family to reach the Pouwaru, or 8th stage of Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa, the Māori weaponary training school. He follows in the footsteps of his father Paora, and grandfather Sir Pita who founded the school 36 years ago.

  9. Video for Te Pou Herenga kia Aroha 2019, Auckland Boys Grammar, Mau Rākau
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    Te Pou Herenga kia Aroha 2019, Auckland Boys Grammar, Mau Rākau

    Te Pou Herenga kia Aroha 2019, Auckland Boys Grammar, Mau Rākau

  10. Video for Te Pou Herenga kia Aroha 2019, Kings College, Mau Rākau
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    Te Pou Herenga kia Aroha 2019, Kings College, Mau Rākau

    Te Pou Herenga kia Aroha 2019, Kings College, Mau Rākau

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