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    Kīngitanga mourns Prince Phillip

    The Kīngitanga has sent its condolences to Queen Elizabeth ĪI and her family following the death of Prince Phillip.

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    Kīngitanga in the Auckland High Court

    Kīngi Tūheitia shows support of the mana of his tūpuna within Tāmaki Makaurau.

  3. Video for How colonisation affected tangata whenua in Taranaki captured in new exhibition
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    How colonisation affected tangata whenua in Taranaki captured in new exhibition

    Brett Graham's works have been inspired by his research on Kingi Tawhiao, Parihaka leaders Te Whiti-o-Rongomai and Tohu Kākahi and his own whānau connections to Taranaki.

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    Helping the homeless high priority for Ngāti Kahungunu- 12.30pm Newsbreak

    Keeping Wellington’s most vulnerable safe and informed about the Government’s COVID-19 response have kept Ngāti Kahungunu whānau services busy.

  5. Video for Māori King returns to Ihumātao to retrieve Te Manawa flag
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    Māori King returns to Ihumātao to retrieve Te Manawa flag

    King Tuuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII has returned to Ihumātao to have his flag lowered in the expectation of a resolution of the disputed whenua.

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    Kiingitanga to return to Ihumātao today

    It is understood that a Kiingitanga delegation could arrive at Ihumātao today. Te Ao Māori News reached out to Rahui Papa, spokesperson for the Kiingitanga, however he declined to comment. SOUL leader Pania Newton could neither confirm, or deny the rumours, stating: “Kare anō mātou kua rongo mai te Kiingitanga mēnā kei te tae mai rātou i ngā rā tata nei.” “We have not heard from the Kiingitanga if they are coming in the coming days.” If the Kiingitanga does send a delegation, then it could be a sign that a deal about the future of Ihumātao is coming.

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    King Tuheitia arrives at Ihumātao

    In the cold and rain, King Pōtatau Te Wherowhero VII Tuheitia Paki led hundreds onto Ihumātao this morning for the first time since an eviction notice was served on the land protectors last Tuesday.

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    Today in history- Coronation of first Māori Queen

    On May 23, 1966 Dame Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu became the first woman to lead the Kīngitanga movement.

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    Kīngitanga heirloom exhibition up for award

    The Te Paki o Matariki: 160 Years of the Kiingitanga Exhibition has been named as a finalist in the NZ Museum Awards.   

  10. Video for Tuku Morgan fronts up at Waahi Paa
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    Tuku Morgan fronts up at Waahi Paa

    Tukoroirangi Morgan has fronted up to King Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero IV, at the Poukai gathering at Waahi Paa in Huntly.

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