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    Calls for Aotearoa to host Waka Ama World Champs

    After a successful week at the 2018 Waka Ama Sprint Nationals at Lake Karāpiro, paddlers have expressed their interests in Aotearoa hosting the world championships.

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    Take a look inside Gisborne's Tairawhiti Waka

    Gisborne's Tairawhiti waka will open to the public next week. Traditional Navigator Te Aturangi Nepia-Clamp takes Te Kāea on an exclusive tour.

  3. Video for $845k Marsden funding awarded to research last known Māori sail
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    $845k Marsden funding awarded to research last known Māori sail

    A group of researchers are setting out to study what is believed to be the only remaining Māori sail. Māori textiles scholar Dr Catherine Smith says the research will enhance knowledge about how voyaging occurred.

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    Paddlers devastated as outriggers set alight

    Three waka ama outriggers were set alight in the Port Waikato region early this morning.

  5. Video for Māori war canoe ready for Passchendaele commemorations
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    Māori war canoe ready for Passchendaele commemorations

    Tamahou Temara of Toi Māori Aotearoa is preparing a Māori war canoe, which will take part in New Zealand's National 100 year Commemoration for the Battle of Passchendaele.

  6. Video for Waka found by farmer two decades ago returned to its hapū
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    Waka found by farmer two decades ago returned to its hapū

    A waka belonging to Ngāti Huia ki Porotawhao found more than two decades ago by a farmer has now been returned to its people to be preserved.

  7. Video for Waka captains selected for Canada adventure
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    Waka captains selected for Canada adventure

    Noel Woods and Tūparahuia Pita have been selected as Leaders to represent Toi Māori at the Tribal Canoe Journeys 2017 expedition in British Columbia, Canada with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. 

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    Winning the America's Cup- a family affair

    It was a family affair as New Zealanders came from all over the country to celebrate the America's Cup win.

  9. Video for Hawaiian spear ritual seen for the first time in 200 years
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    Hawaiian spear ritual seen for the first time in 200 years

    For the first time in 200 years a Hawaiian ritual called the "Kāli'i" was performed as more than 50,000 spectators bore witness at the homecoming of traditional voyaging canoe Hokule'a.

  10. Video for Emirates Team NZ take 3-0 lead over Oracle Team USA
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    Emirates Team NZ take 3-0 lead over Oracle Team USA

    Despite starting one point behind in the competition, Team NZ currently look to be on the right track to be the first to seven as they edge 3-0 points ahead of Team USA on day two.

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