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  1. Video for Waikato marae to remain closed in Level 2
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    Waikato marae to remain closed in Level 2

    While Aotearoa has moved into Alert Level 2 since Thursday 14 May, Māori King Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII has advised all marae in the Waikato region to remain closed until a review is held in June.

  2. Video for First Māori King image used as beer label
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    First Māori King image used as beer label

    A made-up image of the first Māori King, Potatau Te Wherowhero, on a Canadian beer label has surfaced on the internet and caused outrage within the Māori community.

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    500 e-commerce websites offered to help food, beverage businesses recover

    Award-winning web design firm Zeald is offering 500 e-commerce websites free of charge to help NZ food and beverage businesses with their post-lockdown recovery. The websites are normally valued at $7,000 each.

  4. Video for Tainui kapa haka regionals postponed till August
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    Tainui kapa haka regionals postponed till August

    The Tainui Kapa Haka Regionals have been postponed after a hui was held late last night.  A new date of Saturday 29 August has been agreed upon.

  5. 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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    Radio Tainui celebrates their 30th anniversary

    Ngaaruawaahia’s own Radio Tainui celebrates its 30th anniversary this week. Te Ao Māori News caught up with Radio Tainui announcer Matutaera Herangi in between his announcements at the Waka Ama Nationals today. Hereangi paid tribute to “waha reo” (veteran broadcasters) such as morning show announcers Womble and Blossom, Pohewa Tamati, Mamae Takerei and Koroneihana Cooper. Herangi explains the uniqueness of the station, and its importance in Waikato-Tainui today.

  7. Video for Restrengthening the houses of the Kīngitanga Movement
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    Restrengthening the houses of the Kīngitanga Movement

    Today marks an important step forward for the future of the Kīngitanga Movement. More than a hundred people gathered at Hopuhopu to discuss the shared histories and roles that have been the foundation of the movement for more than 160 years.

  8. Video for Update: A hapū's quest to save their marae
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    Update: A hapū's quest to save their marae

    The people of Mirumiru Marae on the West Coast of the North Island are facing a huge dilemma. Their marae is at risk of flooding and erosion due to rising river levels from climate change.

  9. Video for Cook Islands pay special tribute to Māori King
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    Cook Islands pay special tribute to Māori King

    King Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero VII has arrived in Rarotonga for his first official visit to the Cook Islands. The monarch and his entourage was received by government officials.

  10. Video for Waikato-Tainui speaks on rumoured Ihumātao purchase
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    Waikato-Tainui speaks on rumoured Ihumātao purchase

    Waikato-Tainui will not be buying the land at Ihumātao - That's according to Rāhui Papa the spokesperson for King Tūheitia, despite some media reports stating that the tribal structure is set to purchase the 33-hectare land at the heart of the land dispute in Ihumātao.  

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