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  1. Video for Tūhoe whānau share importance of returning to your homeland
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    Tūhoe whānau share importance of returning to your homeland

    Living off the grid is nothing new to many Tūhoe families, but during pressing times it has shown the importance of returning to your homeland, to the land of your ancestors.  Mahina Hurkmans follows a whānau as they build a camp on their whenua for their future generations. 

  2. Video for Ngāi Tūhoe wahine shares what the mana of a wahine Māori means to her 
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    Ngāi Tūhoe wahine shares what the mana of a wahine Māori means to her 

    Mother's Day is a celebration honouring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood and maternal bond. Our reporter and mother of three, Mahina Hurkmans, spoke to a staunch wahine Māori of Ngāi Tūhoe about what the mana of a wahine Māori means to her.    

  3. Video for Crown clears Rua Kēnana and says sorry for Maungapōhatu invasion
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    Crown clears Rua Kēnana and says sorry for Maungapōhatu invasion

    Hundreds were overcome with emotion at Maungapōhatu Marae for the signing of the Rua Kēnana Pardon Bill today.

  4. Video for Kererū docos support Tūhoe conservation efforts
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    Kererū docos support Tūhoe conservation efforts

    Learn about the kererū for your own well-being, that is the theme of the documentaries launched in Te Urewera National Park by the Tūhoe Tuawhenua Trust and Landcare Research. The groups have produced two documentaries about the wood pigeons to assist Tūhoe in their role as guardians.

  5. Video for Rua Kēnana one step closer to being pardoned
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    Rua Kēnana one step closer to being pardoned

    An official pardon for Tūhoe prophet and leader Rua Kēnana is one step closer after submissions opened for the public to have their say on the Rua Kēnana Pardon Bill.

  6. Video for Tūhoe bush experts are dying and few are following in their footsteps
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    Tūhoe bush experts are dying and few are following in their footsteps

    "Return to the land or risk losing it." - A warning by Tūhoe bush expert, Lenny Te Kaawa, to his people. 

  7. Video for Mātaatua schools compete for spot at kapa haka nationals
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    Mātaatua schools compete for spot at kapa haka nationals

    The hottest kapa haka talent in Mātaatua is on display today, as the best in the region compete for one of four qualifying spots at next year’s national competition.

  8. Video for A send-off fit for a king of te reo Māori
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    A send-off fit for a king of te reo Māori

    James Te Wharehuia Milroy QSO had his last send-off before he was laid to rest among the many great orators of our time in Te Arawa.  One of his legacies was the establishment of kura reo, where students say that when one leader dies, another may rise to take their place.

  9. Video for Tauira of soon-to-close Te Panekiretanga pay tribute to Milroy
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    Tauira of soon-to-close Te Panekiretanga pay tribute to Milroy

    The outpouring of grief for Wharehuia Milroy continues at Mataatua Marae in Rotorua.   Among the mourners were the reo Māori students who he nurtured to excel in the language. 

  10. Video for A Māori Muslim doctor's fight against racism
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    A Māori Muslim doctor's fight against racism

    Dr. Ebrahim Suleiman of Tūhoe carries his Muslim grandfather's name.  He says it is time Māori reflect on our own racism and attitudes toward minorities.  It is something he experienced himself when he won the Korimako section of the Ngā Manu Kōrero more than a decade ago.

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