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    'Don't give up': Dune Kennings wins all-Māori NZ Surfing final

    The new New Zealand champion has a special message for Māori surfers.

  2. News

    Indigenous surfing doco shows ocean through Māori eyes

    By Michael Cugley, Te Rito journalism cadet.  An indigenous surfing documentary is looking at the moana through Māori eyes.

  3. News

    Aotearoa's top Māori surfers making waves in North

    Jacob Buckle during Saturday's heats at Mukerau Point, Ahipara.  Photo Credit / Photo CPL

  4. Surfwise

    Forsaking a traditional home life, Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz and his wife raise their large brood in a 24-foot camper and spend their time surfing.

  5. Video for Te Waiora, Episode 4
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    Te Waiora, Episode 4

    Mini series exploring the deep connection that Māori have with water. Today: Mika Tawhara turned to the waka to help her heal After a traumatic brain injury left her struggling to speak.

  6. Video for Te Waiora, Episode 3
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    Te Waiora, Episode 3

    Mini series exploring the deep connection that Māori have with water. Today: Siblings Mamah and Ngapuke Patea have a love for their awa (river) passed down over generations.

  7. Video for Te Waiora, Episode 2
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    Te Waiora, Episode 2

    Exploring the deep connection that Māori have with water. Today: Surfers Maioha Kelly and Jordan Waiti work with rangatahi using mātaraunga Māori to strengthen their connection to Tangaroa

  8. Video for Te Waiora, Episode 1
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    Te Waiora, Episode 1

    Four-part documentary series exploring the deep connection that Māori have with water. Today: After his miraculous survival at sea, ex-Navy diver Rob Hewitt turned his focus to helping Māor

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    Te Waiora

    Four-part documentary series exploring the deep connection that Māori have with water. 

  10. Video for Te Reo champion claims third national surfing title
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    Te Reo champion claims third national surfing title

    A staunch advocate for Te Reo and Tikanga, Raniera Proctor says surfing is a pathway for Māori to stay healthy and connected to Atua Māori.

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