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4 Feb, 2010

Multi-talented Gisborne Mayor Meng Foon filmed students at Hiruharama School as they performed Tu Mai, the song he composed himself.

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15, Jul
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Goodbye Moko
29, Jun
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25, Jun
Football’s one shot for glory
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Polly goes for gold
18, Jun
Cool claymation
10, Jun
Mr Kelly’s music
03, Jun
Richard and Lawrence play the blues
24, May
Outsiders on the road
22, May
Tui Teka bursts Billy’s bubble
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Art from outer space
06, May
Polly Green has a dream . . .
29, Apr
No blues for the boys
26, Apr
Tetra success!
22, Apr
BRAZILBEAT SOUND SYSTEM
19, Apr
What you didn’t see at the movies
14, Apr
V 48HOURS Furious Filmmaking Bootcamp
01, Apr
Go, grommet, go!
26, Mar
What can I do?
18, Mar
If its kiwi its good in Gizzy
11, Mar
Movie trailer for - Boy ... by Taika Waititi
08, Mar
Eastwoodhill Arboretum
01, Mar
Beach ban
26, Feb
The Amazing World of Sticks, 2009
18, Feb
Crazy Horses Gang
12, Feb
Home is Gisborne
04, Feb
Mayor Meng Foons song Tu Mai
27, Jan
Strike First Records - Saving Grace (HD commercial)
22, Jan
Gisborne Vert Ramp Skateboarding by Ben Cowper
18, Jan
Road Trip to the Jazz & Blues Festival
14, Jan
Fun stuff to do in Gisborne
13, Jan
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