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  1. The 5th Eye

    (AO) A farmer, teacher and priest undertake a daring mission to deflate a giant radome at the Waihopai spy base in protest at New Zealand's involvement in the US-led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  An Internet millionaire's mansion is raided sparking an investigation exposing illegal domestic surveillance by the GCSB.  While the government rams through law changes legalising spying on its own clients, an NSA contractor blows the whistle on the Five Eyes network of global mass surveillance.  With the rise of the surveillance state in the digital age, and in an era of endless war, new battle lines are drawn in new territories and the enemy is sought out closer to home.

  2. Video for Toa - Toa o Aotearoa, Series 1 Episode 12
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    Toa- Toa o Aotearoa, Series 1 Episode 12

    New Zealand’s toughest reality television series yet. Watch 12 warriors go head to head in a gruelling test of strength and stamina in isolated bush clad hills surrounding Lake Rotorua. (R)

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    Catholic Church finally responds to demand for papal apology

    The Catholic Church in Aotearoa has finally responded to Matthew Tukaki’s call for an apology from the Pope. Te Runanga o Te Hahi Katorika ki Aotearoa chair Tui Cadigan said that she is open to a discussion on the issue. “As Kaiwhakahaere of Te Rūnanga o Te Hahi Katorika o Aotearoa, l have not been asked by the New Zealand Māori Council for an opinion from Te Rūnanga regarding any apology being sought by executive director Matthew Tukaki from His Holiness Pope Francis over colonisation of Aotearoa.” However, Sister Cadigan’s personal thoughts are that any Māori is free to make such a petition.

  4. Video for Toa - Toa o Aotearoa, Series 1 Episode 11
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    Toa- Toa o Aotearoa, Series 1 Episode 11

    New Zealand’s toughest reality television series yet. Watch 12 warriors go head to head in a gruelling test of strength and stamina in isolated bush clad hills surrounding Lake Rotorua. (R)

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    42 confirmed measles deaths in Samoa

    In the wake of the 42 measles deaths in Samoa, former Māori Television Journalist Renee Kahukura-Iosefa, and her whānau, have made the tough decision for her three children to remain here in New Zealand, for their own safety until the measles outbreak in Samoa passes.

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    Aotearoa 250 Highlights

    Commemorating 250 years of shared history between Māori and Pākehā in building the youngest country in the world, Aotearoa, since the Endeavour's arrival in Tūranganui-ā-Kiwa in 1769.

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    Aotearoa 250 Highlights

    Aotearoa 250 is an-hour highlights programme that is entertaining, honest and authentic exploration of our identity as a nation and peoples.  This highlights programme will commemorate 250 years of shared history between Māori and Pākehā in building the youngest country in the world, Aotearoa, since the Endeavour's arrival in Tūranganui-ā-Kiwa in 1769.

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    Political statement, social commentary or vandalism?

    The statue of British explorer James Cook in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa has become a catalyst for social commentary after being vandalised with the words "Thief Pakeha" and "This is our land" causing heated discussion, both locally and online.

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    A bilingual anthem to unite the nation

    For the first time ever, the second verse of 'God Defend New Zealand' has been sung in both English and Māori at a major national event. 

  10. The Piano

    (AO) A mute woman is sent to 1850's New Zealand along with her young dughter and prized piano for an arranged marriage to a wealthy landowner, but is soon lusted after by a local worker on the plantation.

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