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Ngā Toa Whakaihuwaka – Māori of the Year 2014

Ngā Toa Whakaihuwaka – Māori of the Year 2014
Let’s celebrate Māori Achievement!



Do you know someone who deserves special recognition for who they are or the work they do in your community?

Then tell us about them. Let’s celebrate our people.

We’re looking for the next Ngā Toa Whakaihuwaka – Māori of the Year

You can nominate anyone or any group. If they’ve contributed to Māori achievement then we want to know about them.

Email your nominations to: ngatoa@tvnz.co.nz
Or phone us: 09-916-7629

Nominations close on Sunday, 30 November at midnight.

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