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    Kaaterama finalist for prestigious Maioha award

    Solo artist Kaaterama Pou, of Ngāpuhi and Te Arawa, has been announced as a finalist for APRA Silver Scroll Maioha Award for her waiata, Paiheretia.

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    Virtual reality to prepare Māori for construction mahi

    Construction businesses have announced they will start using virtual reality technology to prepare people for jobs in the industry, in partnership with the Ministry of Social Development.

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    Creators of 'Blue Smoke'- NZ's first pop song to be inducted into Hall of Fame

    Ruru Karaitiana and Pixie Williams of Ngāti Kahungunu and Jim Carter will be inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame at the 2019 APRA Silver Scroll Awards for their waiata Blue Smoke which was recorded in te reo Māori and English in 1949.

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    Nan's connection to whenua inspires Te Arawa choreographer

    Bianca Hyslop's dance piece, Pōhutu, is inspired by her 88-year-old grandmother Ramari Rangiwhiua Morrison, who has Alzheimer's disease, and her connection to the land at Te Whakarewarewatanga-o-te-ope-taua-a-Wahiao, Rotorua.

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    'Critical' Porirua locals get promise they won't be moved out

    It is "critical" that the project team involved in the regeneration of Porirua promises locals they will not be moved out, says the MP whose Tāmaki electorate has undergone major transformation in Auckland.

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    Porirua project like 'déjà vu' for community liaison rep

    The Porirua community's concerns about a government project to regenerate the area are like "déjà vu" for a community liaison representative who experienced the transformation of Tāmaki in Auckland.

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