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Wanted: Marae for Makeover Show

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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21 2006

Wanted: Marae for Makeover Show

Is your marae in need of a spruce-up? Then get your application into Maori Television’s top-rating show MARAE DIY for the fourth series, filming in 2007.

Hula Haka Productions and Screentime Ltd, who make MARAE DIY, need applications from marae all over the motu, with plans, some putea and lots of willing helpers.

If selected, this is also a chance to introduce your marae to the rest of Aotearoa through your people, stories and unique history.

Download more information and an application form from the Maori Television website www.maoritelevision.com (http://www.maoritelevision.com/programmes/lifestyle/mitre_10_marae_diy.htm#2007) or contact kim[at]screentime.co.nz.

Applications close at 5pm on 27 November 2006.

The current series of MITRE 10 MARAE DIY, presented by Nevak Ilolahia and Te Ori Paki, screens on Maori Television every Thursday at 8.30 PM and repeats on Sundays at 4.00 PM.

ENDS

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