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    8-year-old wows crowds with fire knife dancing skills

    Most kids are taught not to play with fire, but for 8-year-old Zion Savea and his family, afi (fire) has connected them to their rich Samoan culture and history.

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    Jackson Owens releases new summer festival anthem

    Festival season is around the corner, and soul/R&B artist Jackson Owens (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Awa, Te Arawa, Ngāi Tahu) is set to make his new single ‘If You Let Me Go’ the summer anthem of 2023.

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    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.

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    'Who goes to university in 1923? Somebody like Mākareti Papakura'

    By Waimanea Nuri, Te Rito journalism cadet.  The first Māori woman to attend Oxford University died before the completion of her Bachelor of Science in Anthropology.

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    Pacific beauty shop Panikeke is ready to make waves in Wellington

    Pacific style is on its way to Wellington, as fashion and beauty store Panikeke expands to a new market after almost a decade of success in South Auckland.

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    'My papa was a rolling stone'- KT Souljah shares musical whakapapa

    South Auckland stories and a Southern American hip hop influence come together in Testimony on the debut track by KT Souljah.

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    Best dressed for men’s mental health

    By Oriwa Atkins, Te Rito journalism cadet.

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    Māori and indigenous cultures shine in Avatar sequel

    By Michael Cugley, Te Rito journalism cadet.

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    Tuvalu turns to Metaverse as islands disappear under rising sea levels

    Is the metaverse the best place for a sinking island nation to seek asylum? Some from the Tuvaluan community aren't so sure.

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    Rotorua firefighter given 'rare and special honour' for fighting bushfires in Australia

    A Rotorua firefighter who worked 16-hour days battling Australian bush fires has been given a “rare and special honour” by the Australian Government.

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