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    Iwi-led Southland charity helping rangatahi into environmental restoration mahi

    An iwi-led Southland environmental charity is helping rangatahi into new careers and turning its attention to large-scale restoration projects.

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    Frozen Te Reo Māori cast revealed

    The latest instalment of popular animated Disney films translated into te reo Māori will be released in October, with the ensemble cast revealed today.

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    Museum drops offensive mannequins 17 years after complaints

    "Offensive and inaccurate" mannequins depicting Māori have been removed from Canterbury Museum,  17 years after a board member first lobbied to have them dumped

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    'We'll make the best of it'- Ngāi Tahu CEO on Budget 2022

    Iwi organisation Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu was keenly watching the government's budget announcements yesterday and chief executive Arihia Bennett’s first impression of it was, she says, “a broad budge

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    Chinese-Māori artist's lens exposed in new documentary series

    Dunedin-based artist Simon Kaan (Ngāi Tahu) is one of the artists featured in a new docu-series from RNZ titled ASIA: Art Stories in New Zealand.

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    Runaka happy to see major coastal fire put out

    The Waituna wetlands fire in drought-stricken Southland has been threatening culturally important sites on the coastline but the fire is now out.

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    Rotorua theme park to shut down after 90 years

    Ngāi Tahu will likely be forced to close its iconic Nature Park, Rainbow Springs.

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    Māori Battalion soldier remembered after liberating concentration camp in northern Italy

    The Holocaust saw more than 11 million lives lost at the hands of German forces in World War II. 

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    Ngāi Tahu welcomes national stewardship land panel on to Arahura marae

    An agreement to help decide the future of Te Tai Poutini landscape formally started today with a pōwhiri at Arahura Marae, as the national panel working on the reclassification of stewardship land

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