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  1. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 7
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    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 7

    Shifting from the city to country town Te Kaha is no sweat for Matekitātahi and Te Marino now that Tairukupōtaka grows up in his homeland.

  2. Ka Puta Ka Ora

    ‘Ka Puta Ka Ora’ is a documentary that showcases what happened across the mid-central region during the COVID-19 period. 

  3. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 6
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    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 6

    Language, culture and kapa haka is what attracted Tukaiora and Bailey to each other – now they get to raise a little haka baby!

  4. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 5
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    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 5

    Making mixed whānau work: Wharehuia and Puawai see their new pēpi as the glue in their loving family.

  5. Video for Huro Pēpi, Episode 4
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    Huro Pēpi, Episode 4

    NEW: Young couples raising their babies in the Māori language share their inspirational insights. TODAY: Uenuku and Rangipare.

  6. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 3
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    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 3

    Young couples raising their babies in the Māori language share their inspirational insights. TODAY: Montel and Rangiatea

  7. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 2
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    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 2

    For new mums and dads, this show develops the skills of families raising babies in the Māori language. D'Angelo and Hailey.

  8. Video for Hurō Pēpi, Episode 1
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    Hurō Pēpi, Episode 1

    A series for new mums and dads who are raising their babies in the Māori language.

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    Hurō Pēpi

    For new mums and dads, this show develops the skills of families raising babies in the Māori language.

  10. Video for Here to help the affected whānau - Manukau Urban Māori Authority
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    Here to help the affected whānau- Manukau Urban Māori Authority

    With Auckland in Alert Level 3 for another 2 days at least, Whānau Ora providers around Tāmaki Makaurau are moving to help whānau most in need.

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