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The New Zealand International Film Festival has kicked off with an array of Māori filmmakers showcasing their new work.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has met with her Australian counterpart Scott Morrison in Melbourne yesterday.
He Tānga Manawa | With the hype surrounding the release of The Lion King live-action remake, here’s a look back to 2007 when Te Wharekura o Rākaumangamanga staged their own theatrical version.
Te Rarawa’s Josh Ioane has been given the nod to replace the injured Damian McKenzie for the upcoming Rugby Championship tests.
The Māori All Blacks took a break away from the field to engage with the community ahead of their clash against world number nine the Flying Fijians tomorrow. Not only were they teaching their skills to school children but they also got to learn a traditional Māori game as well. Rapaera Tawhai Reports.
The New Zealand International Film Festival has kicked off with an array of Māori film makers showcasing their new work. As Krystal-lee Brown reports wāhine Māori are dominating the festival this year.
Māori Wardens have welcomed the $3 million funding boost from the government. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this report.
The Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has met with her Australian counterpart Scott Morrison. High on the agenda was the issue of deportations and Australian citizenship.
The meeting included discussing the deportations of NZers from Australia
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