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    Taupō paddler on a mission to revive waka culture

    A former Ngāti Rānana performer is on a mission to revive waka culture in his hau kāinga. Tredegar Hall, a paddler from Ngāti Rauhoto hapū, spent his Waitangi Day with his local waka ama club teaching newcomers from around the world our ancestral sport.

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    30 year wait over for wāhine paddlers

    For the first time in nearly 30 years, women paddled on the prestigious Ngātokimatawhaorua.

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    "We're still waiting": the long wait for an outcome over Ihumātao

    Ihumātao: What was promised as a positive outcome before Waitangi Day according to Kiingitanga representatives failed to deliver.

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    Mana wāhine prominent at Waitangi

    180 years ago women were assumed to have been less outwardly involved in signing the Treaty of Waitangi and now our history has gone full circle. Māori women, in particular, are more prominent than ever, and an example of that was displayed by northern leader Mere Mangu who challenged the status quo on Waitangi marae.  

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    Te Rau Aroha celebrated as a token of love for 28th Māori Battalion

    ‘A window into the past' is how Waitangi Trust Chair Pita Tipene describes the newly opened Te Rau Aroha Museum in Waitangi.  

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    From Wellington to waka paddler

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was granted a rare privilege of paddling alongside kaihoe of Te Waka Tētē o te Whānau Moana this afternoon.

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    'We aren’t protestors, we’re protectors' Wikatana Popata

    Wikatana Popata has been the unapologetic face of activism in the far north and across the country for many years.

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    Systemic change the only way to improve outcomes for tamariki Māori

    Without systemic change to Oranga Tamariki and the Family Court system, tamariki Māori will continue to suffer.

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    Simon says and Winston replies at Waitangi

    Simon Bridges used his time at Waitangi to promote the National Party, prompting a response from Winston Peters.

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    Treaty Minister and Ngāpuhi speak the same language

    It appears that Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little and Ngāpuhi may have found common ground.

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