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All Blacks haka: 'I wanted to burst out with a wero back'- Scott Palmer, Māori player who represented Italy at 2003 RWC
Palmer won 12 caps for Italy.
Three more Covid-19 cases, Countdown workers in isolation
Supermarket workers wait to hear if they have Covid-19.
Māori student wins $90,000 scholarship with Italian university
Maui Brennan (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Te Arawa, Itāria) has won a $90,000 scholarship to research indigenous economics in Italy. Interacting with the Ngāi Tahu Research Centre, inspired him to pursue this field. He hopes to find ways integrate ahurea Māori into Pākehā economics.
Māori couple left in Italy by tour organisers
A Rotorua couple left in Italy after being abandoned by their tour group organisers have returned to Aotearoa safe and sound. However, they are concerned since learning that two of their party of 200 have contracted COVID-19.
Māori King's momentous visits in first trip to Italy
The Māori King, Potatau Te Wherowhero VII Tuheitia Paki has been making international headlines with his recent visit to Italy.
From Te Tai Tokerau all the way to Italy
34 students and staff from the Leadership Academy of A Company, based in Whāngārei, are on the trip of a lifetime retracing the footsteps of their koroua who fought in World War II.
Māori King to meet the Pope
It will be the second time the Kiingitanga has met with the Catholic Church leadership since Dame Te Arikinui Te Atairangi Kahu in the 1970s.
B Company captain's heroics remembered 75 years on
The heroics of Te Arawa B Company leader, Captain Materehua Monty Wikiriwhi, have been remembered 75 years on at the Cassino railway station in Italy.
Last B Company vet returns to Monte Cassino
The last surviving veteran of The 28th Māori Battalion's B Company has returned to Monte Cassino, Italy to pay his respects to his fallen comrades.