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    This isn't the marking of a gangster: Wahine with moko kauae refused entry to Brisbane pub

    Maikio McGrath says her moko kauae is a link to her past but recently it became a barrier to the present.

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    Celebrating the re-emergence of tāmoko

    A mokopapa wānanga was held over the weekend at Pehiāweri marae in Whangārei, where members from the kapa haka group Hātea, as well as Ngāti Hau associated with the marae, met over the weekend to c

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    Māia Ink tattoos Papakura residents who donate a bag of groceries for needy families

    Leroy Roberts is flanked by other Māia Ink artists Kimball Roberts and Rose Breedon. Photo / supplied

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    Tāmoko artist supports ban against ink that may cause cancer

    Tāmoko artists looking to create traditional ink.

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    No vaccination, no moko, Māori tā moko artist says

    Get the jab or find another artist is the blunt statement from tā moko artist Te Kanawa Ngarotata.

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    ​Police recover stolen priceless hand-carved Polynesian tattooing tools

    Traditional Māori tattoo artist reunited with precious tools.

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    Artist's plea for stolen traditional Tā Moko tools to be returned

    Tā moko artist Mokonui-a-rangi Smith calls for public support to help return tools gifted by the late English Tā Tatau artist Croc Coulter who lived in Rarotonga.   

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    'Cultural appropriation should not deter Māori from embracing moko'

    Māori are condemning an online website that is selling the images of Māori men and women with facial moko. Featured in the photos is Shane Te Ruki of Ngāti Maniapoto, who says it’s not the first time he’s experienced cultural appropriation or racism because of his appearance.

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    Tū Hana te Tā! Sir Derek Lardelli Knighted for services to Māori Art

    Tohunga tā moko and kapa haka exponent Derek Lardelli (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Konohi, Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Kaipoho) is made a Knight Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit (KNZM) for services to Māori art in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

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    Ngarino Te Waati receives Mataora

    Ngarino Tauwhirowhiro Te Waati also known as Beez Te Waati is a Māori movement practitioner and tikanga Māori enthusiast who very recently has received his mataora done by Turumakina Duley Tū Moko.  

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