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Waka Huia

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      G At 79, Marahera Rikihana (Ngati Tuwharetoa) is still a marae kid' from Mokai. Don't let the black dress and flax kit fool you - when the cards fall on the table, Aunty Mara is the Queen of Diamonds.

      G Mind over matter. Tamati Cairns (Ngai Tuhoe) harnesses the power of the mind to reveal the sacredness in the world around us.

      G She's the gangland nanny from Otangarei, Whangarei who represents those most won't, Hira Kopa (63) is rough, tough and no-one will mess with her.

      G The ta moko artist becomes the ta moko receiver. Hohua and Phillipa Mohi journey from one side of the needle to the other.

      G When his passport expired, another's life was taken. Former soldier and broadcaster Hemana Waaka reveals how his life was saved, breaking tradition and facing fears, all with a bit of word play.

      G Keeping up with the Harawiras, Hilda and Hone, as they recount key movements that shaped them love, racism, fried bread and Maori independence.

      G When you fight for your land - there is always a price to pay. Kirituia Tumarae-Teka (Tamakaimoana) reveals her struggle without end at Maungapohatu.

      G Master of many professions Moari Stafford (Waikato) explores the female influences in his life and how they helped him become the man he is today.

      G Season Final: Haka master, Taina Ngarimu (74), shares an epic story of revenge from his cabin in the remote valley of Whareponga, East Coast; and reveals what makes a man on the stage.

      G Retired broadcaster, Hinerangi Goodman, serves up Ruatahuna soul food and talks candidly about love, beauty and the double standard applied to men and women.

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