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Maori On A Mission Wanted For Tatai Hono


Maori On A Mission Wanted For Tatai Hono

Urban Maori on a mission to reconnect with their people and homeland are wanted for Maori Television’s popular series TATAI HONO.

Production company Blue Bach, which makes TATAI HONO, wants to hear from people who feel cut off from their tribal affiliations, language and tikanga.

TATAI HONO helps reconnect urban Maori with their turangawaewae in a unique television format that also gives viewers the tools and inspiration to find their own way back to their roots.

If you would like to take part in the third series of TATAI HONO, go to for information and application form, or contact Lara Northcroft at Blue Bach on


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