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  1. Video for Manukau's growing aroha for Māori language and culture
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    Manukau's growing aroha for Māori language and culture

    Auckland councillor Alf Filipaina and South Auckland community leaders say the multicultural city of Manukau is showing an increased acceptance towards the Māori language and culture. Te Ao went along to one of the more diverse areas of New Zealand to gauge the thoughts on where we are as a nation, 180 years on since the treaty was signed.

  2. Video for "We're still waiting": the long wait for an outcome over Ihumātao
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    "We're still waiting": the long wait for an outcome over Ihumātao

    Ihumātao: What was promised as a positive outcome before Waitangi Day according to Kiingitanga representatives failed to deliver.

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    Shepherds Reign fans unaware of the bands diverse whakapapa

    South Auckland metal band Shepherds Reign continues to be called a Samoan band despite it having Māori band members. The video for their new single, Le Manu, performed in the Samoan language, has only reinforced the misconception. Online metal critic “Poss the Boss” proclaimed after hearing Le Manu, “Behold the power of Samoan/Polymetal!” YouTube user Erma Cardenas after seeing the music video says, “Samoan Island Metal.” Such sentiments are typical of the new fanbase that the band have created. Heavy Metal is a music genre often associated with Pākehā demographics despite having a large dedicated Polynesian following.

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    Polynesian metal group remix Siva Tau for Samoa measles victims

    South Auckland polynesian metal band Shepherds Reign have released a new single dedicated to measles victims in Samoa, taking the Siva Tau, the famous haka performed by Manu Samoa before every game, and remixing it heavy metal style.

  5. Video for South Auckland Kuia feeds 1600 whānau
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    South Auckland Kuia feeds 1600 whānau

    72-year-old Nanny Te Okeroa Wheeler has lived in South Auckland for over 20 years. Her ongoing mission to feed the hungry carries on today where she prepared kai for over 1600 whānau.   

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    Arrests made over Clover Park shooting

    Two men have been taken into custody for a shooting that took place at Clover Park in South Auckland where a woman was seriously injured last month.

  7. Video for He was Mean Māori Mean - DJ Poroufessor remembered
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    He was Mean Māori Mean- DJ Poroufessor remembered

    Hone Ngata, 48, also known as DJ Poroufessor, passed away suddenly earlier this week.  Today his whānau and friends acknowledged Ngata's services to his community, to Aotearoa Hip Hop culture, saying his passion for te ao Māori will live on.

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    School celebrates 21 years of reo Māori immersion

    Finlayson Park School's Te Roopu Reo Rua is celebrating its 21st anniversary alongside other bilingual units in their faculty.

  9. Video for No more science on rubbish bins for Manurewa kura
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    No more science on rubbish bins for Manurewa kura

    Te Wharekura o Manurewa community is celebrating today, they've waited 17 years for news of new classrooms, including a sorely-needed science laboratory.

  10. Video for Police prepare to clear Ihumātao protesters
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    Police prepare to clear Ihumātao protesters

    Tensions are flaring as police notify protesters and local iwi in South Auckland to clear Ihumātao Quarry Road as requested by Fletcher Building, who owns the land.  However, the opposing side won't budge.

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