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    Taiaha Hā! Taiaha Hā! Ngāti Rēhia Iwi present taiaha to All Blacks captain

    In a special pōhiri in Kerikeri, the Ngāti Rēhia iwi gave All Blacks captain Sam Cane a special taiaha ahead of the Ireland test next month.

  2. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 6
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    Kairākau II, Episode 6

    (M) Set in pre-colonial Aotearoa, highlighting the lives of three prominent chiefs doing whatever it takes to keep their people safe and maintain their chiefly honour.

  3. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 5
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    Kairākau II, Episode 5

    (M) Set in pre-colonial Aotearoa, highlighting the lives of three prominent chiefs doing whatever it takes to keep their people safe and maintain their chiefly honour.

  4. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 4
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    Kairākau II, Episode 4

    Set in pre-colonial Aotearoa, highlighting the lives of three prominent chiefs doing whatever it takes to keep their people safe and maintain their chiefly honour.

  5. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 3
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    Kairākau II, Episode 3

    Language, Violence and Sexual Material.

  6. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 2
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    Kairākau II, Episode 2

    (M) Set in pre-colonial Aotearoa, highlighting the lives of three prominent chiefs doing whatever it takes to keep their people safe and maintain their chiefly honour.

  7. Video for Kairākau II, Episode 1
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    Kairākau II, Episode 1

    (M) Set in pre-colonial Aotearoa, highlighting the lives of three prominent chiefs doing whatever it takes to keep their people safe and maintain their chiefly honour.

  8. Video for Māori weaponry "10 Hit Challenge" self-isolation challenge
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    Māori weaponry "10 Hit Challenge" self-isolation challenge

    Māori men and women from across Aotearoa are taking up the challenge to showcase their skills and inspire others with demonstrations of Māori weaponry. #10HitChallenge

  9. Video for Mau rākau helps American-born twins regain their Māoritanga
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    Mau rākau helps American-born twins regain their Māoritanga

    Kiwa and Koa Mo’o are a pair of brothers who whakapapa to Ngāti Porou, but were brought up in the United States. They are currently students of Toi Hawaiki - a mau rākau branch of Te Whare Tū Taua o Aotearoa based in Hawaii - in which they have found peace in the learning of their Māori identity.

  10. Video for Ngaai Tahu reviving mau raakau in the South Island
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    Ngaai Tahu reviving mau raakau in the South Island

    Mau raakau is an ancient practice from the gods, however despite this it was almost lost in Ngaai Tahu, according to a tutor who is reviving the ancient tradition amongst the women and men in the South Island. 

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