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Heartland - Far North Television (Excerpts) – 1994 Popular Factual Documentary

Heartland - Far North

Television (Excerpts) – 1994 Popular Factual Documentary

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The Aupōuri Peninsula - in Maui's legend, the tail of the fish - runs along the top of the North Island, edged on one side by Ninety Mile Beach. In Te Hapua, the most northerly community on the mainland, Gary McCormick helps out at the marae as preparations begin for a cultural festival for the district's primary schools. The students will perform kapa haka, Dalmatian dances and take-offs of Shortland Street. This Heartland episode evocatively melds footage of children practising and performing, with oyster farmers catching fish for the hangi.

I love it. I've always been here - holidays and that, I'm always here.
– Oyster farmer Walter Waitai

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