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    'Best Kiwi Ferns ever' get their French hens in a row- commentator

    By Te Ao Māori News producer Kororia Taumaunu. 

  2. News

    Queen Elizabeth II dies; Governor-General, Prime Minister pay tribute

    Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of New Zealand, the UK and many other Commonwealth countries, has died at Balmoral, aged 96, having served as the UK's longest-serving monarch for over 70

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    Miraka hosts UK Trade Minister for 'dialogue on our turangawaewae'

    Photo / File Miraka, one of Aotearoa's largest Māori export businesses, is hosting the United Kingdom's Trade Minister today, during her brief three-day visit to New Zealand.

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    UK PM Boris Johnson enjoys kapa haka at Downing St hui with Ardern

    Source: UK Prime Minister / Facebook UK prime minister Boris Johnson has enjoyed a kapa haka performance at his official residence in London on Friday (UK time).

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    Kīngitanga supports return of Hinemihi from UK

    Photo credit / Stuff Hinemihi, the wharenui that has been in the UK for 130 years, will receive a special Māori delegation tomorrow.

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    J19 elite men waka ama team for 2022 world sprints

    By Whakaata Māori videographer Ngarima Ioasa.

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    Concerns for Kiwi missing in UK

    The whānau and friends of a kiwi who has gone missing in the UK are seeking information from anyone who may have details of his whereabouts.

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    Rugby club to remember Māori head coach shot in line of duty

    A year to the day Kiwi-born British policeman Matiu (Matt) Ratana was gunned down by a suspect in a South London police station, Ratana’s East Grinstead Rugby Club will commemorate his life with a day of matches, music and an immersion in Māoridom.

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    Is Aotearoa being left out of the AUKUS pact?

    Aotearoa will stick to its choice not to join the military pact, confident that it will not harm its relations with Australia, the UK and US, Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta says.

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