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  • KANIKANI MAI GETS MIKA-FIED!

    Mika has been announced as a judge on the upcoming Māori Television series, Kanikani Mai, a new entertainment show that’s all about having fun and showing off your moves on the dance floor! Dancing couples of all ages, styles and experience levels will compete for a variety of prizes,...
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  • KIA ORA MANUREWA MARAE

    Since January, Mika and the cast and crew of the AROHA Mardi Gras have been rehearsing at beautiful Manurewa Marae on the shores of Te Mānukanuka o Hoturoa. Mika wishes to extend his warmest thanks to all the Manurewa whānau, in particular Kelz and Damon of Te Tai Tonga Kapa Haka and...
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  • World Lounge music from the “High Priest of Cool”

    The recent Mika versus Fashion album has proven to be a runaway success! International online music magazine, MusicROVR.com, praised the CD, describing Mika as the "High Priest of Cool". "Think David Bowie meets Sade meets Grace Jones," they raved. Read more of their awesome write-up here...
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    MIKA RWC 2011 PACKAGES REVEALED…

    Kiwis can expect to see more of Mika’s cultural vision of a unified New Zealand in the lead up to the Rugby World Cup. The full range of modern and traditional Māori performance packages has been announced – from haka to hip hop, siva to salsa, and festival events to flash mobs! For...
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  • Mika: homeless for one night

    Mika lends his support to The Lifewise Big Sleepout and is making a stand to end homelessness in Auckland. He will be roughing it somewhere in the city on Thursday-Friday, 7-8 July 2011, from 6:30pm-8pm. Show us your support by going to Mika's Profile on the Lifewise Big Sleepout website...
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  • Ka 400 - Breakaway Programme, April 2011

    KĀ LIFE IN SCHOOLS PROGRAMME

    The Mika Haka Foundation’s Kā Life In Schools Programme is back for 2011.  Classes begin in Term 2, so contact the MHF crew today to book these fun and healthy active lifestyle sessions for your school.  For information visit www.mikahakafoundation.com or email Jay Tewake, jay@mika.co.nz...
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