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    Indigenous artists curate Sydney's New Year fireworks

    Source / YouTube An Indigenous Australian art collective has curated several of the artworks featured in Sydney's New Year fireworks.

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    Government appoints chief advisor of Māori New Year

    Professor Rangi Mātāmua has a new role as the chief advisor to the government on Matariki.

  3. Video for Puanga Matariki opens at Hihiaua
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    Puanga Matariki opens at Hihiaua

    A unique art exhibition promoting Puanga and Matariki in Northland has opened to the general public with every artwork in it celebrating the Māori New Year.

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    'From our little whānau to yours, Happy New Year'- Adam Blair and Benji Marshall send well wishes

    Photo / Getty Images Māori league legends Adam Blair (Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi) and Benji Marshall (Ngāi Tuhoe) have joined in wishing whānau a happy new year.

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    'Keep calm, be patient on the road'

    With five people dead on our roads since the official Christmas/New Year’s holiday period began on Friday, Police are urging motorists to drive with a focus on safety.

  6. Video for Viaduct Harbour lights up for Matariki
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    Viaduct Harbour lights up for Matariki

    Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei held a dawn karakia in Auckland’s Viaduct this morning, to celebrate the rise of Matariki.

  7. Video for Prime Minister names first Matariki holiday date
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    Prime Minister names first Matariki holiday date

    The new public holiday was launched at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.

  8. Video for King Tuheitia seeks to unite tribe at New Year Poukai
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    King Tuheitia seeks to unite tribe at New Year Poukai

    King Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero VII along with hundreds of Kiingitanga supporters gathered at the 85th Poukai held at Horahora marae, on the first day of the Pākehā New Year.

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    Police urge festival-goers to use common sense this NYE

    New Zealand Police are urging festival-goers who plan on welcoming in the New Year on a high, to look after themselves and their friends, especially those attending the annual Rhythm and Vines festival.

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