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The CEO of Te Matawai Talks About Her Ngapuhi Whakapapa

Te Atarangi Whiu from Ngapuhi has been appointed CEO of Te Matawai. She's talks about her vision for te reo and Haukainga.
5 months, 3 weeks

Ngati Kahungunu Provide The Iwi Radio Broadcast For Te Matatini

Iwi radio collaborate to support the radio broadcast of Te Matatini. This video captures the voices of Iwi radio from Te Matini.
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Haka Tautoko

After each of the kapa haka complete their performance on stage an awesome haka tautoko is expressed by whanau and supporters
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Expressions of Ngāti Kahunganu

Te Mana Motuhake o Ngāti Kahunganu has shined through from the beginning of Te Matatini. We caught up with the haukāinga
5 months, 3 weeks

Wiri is a movement of the hands in haka

Wiri is a side to side movement of the whole hand and is not a wriggling of the fingers. Listen to whanau explain wiri.
5 months, 3 weeks

Takahi means to trample, tramp, and stamp

In kapa haka takahi means stamp your feet. In this video whanau explain why it's so important to get it right in haka.
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Brings Out The Best Pukana

Everyone's seen Pukana but what does it mean to people on the ground at Te Matatini?
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Mori Rapana Talks About Kapa Haka

Mori explains that his success as a kaihaka is the result of the mahi of his kaiako and kaumātua Bub and Nen Wehi
5 months, 3 weeks

Pōwhiri Highlights from Te Matatini 2017

The pōwhiri for Te Matatini was an exceptional expression of māoritanga and was attended by iwi from around the motu.
5 months, 3 weeks

D'Angelo Martin - Te Matatini

D'Angelo (Tūturu Māori) Is on his way to Matatini
6 months

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The CEO of Te Matawai Talks About Her Ngapuhi Whakapapa

Te Atarangi Whiu from Ngapuhi has been appointed CEO of Te Matawai. She's talks about her vision for te reo and Haukainga.
5 months, 3 weeks

Ngati Kahungunu Provide The Iwi Radio Broadcast For Te Matatini

Iwi radio collaborate to support the radio broadcast of Te Matatini. This video captures the voices of Iwi radio from Te Matini.
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Haka Tautoko

After each of the kapa haka complete their performance on stage an awesome haka tautoko is expressed by whanau and supporters
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Expressions of Ngāti Kahunganu

Te Mana Motuhake o Ngāti Kahunganu has shined through from the beginning of Te Matatini. We caught up with the haukāinga
5 months, 3 weeks

Wiri is a movement of the hands in haka

Wiri is a side to side movement of the whole hand and is not a wriggling of the fingers. Listen to whanau explain wiri.
5 months, 3 weeks

Takahi means to trample, tramp, and stamp

In kapa haka takahi means stamp your feet. In this video whanau explain why it's so important to get it right in haka.
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Brings Out The Best Pukana

Everyone's seen Pukana but what does it mean to people on the ground at Te Matatini?
5 months, 3 weeks

Te Matatini - Mori Rapana Talks About Kapa Haka

Mori explains that his success as a kaihaka is the result of the mahi of his kaiako and kaumātua Bub and Nen Wehi
5 months, 3 weeks

Pōwhiri Highlights from Te Matatini 2017

The pōwhiri for Te Matatini was an exceptional expression of māoritanga and was attended by iwi from around the motu.
5 months, 3 weeks

D'Angelo Martin - Te Matatini

D'Angelo (Tūturu Māori) Is on his way to Matatini
6 months