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Oriini Kaipara becomes the first New Zealand presenter to appear with a traditional face tattoo

2022-01-04T15:01:57.051Z

It has been three years since presenter Oriini Kaipara had a moko kauae tattooed on her chin to pay tribute to her Maori origins. This week it presents the news in prime time on a New Zealand channel.



This is a big step forward for Oriini Kaipara.

In 2019, the 39-year-old New Zealand presenter made history by becoming the first woman wearing a

moko kauae

, a traditional Maori tattoo, to feature the newscast on television.

This week, she is replacing hosts Sam Hayes and Mike McRberts in

Newshub Live

at 6 p.m. (the equivalent of 8 p.m. in France).

"If there was one goal for me, it was to present the news in prime time, and that's what happened," she told

Stuff

in July

.

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A Maori tradition

In 2017, after discovering through a DNA test that 98% of her ancestors were Maori, Oriini Kaipara decided to have this traditional Maori tattoo done.

According to the

Daily Telegraph

, it represents a family's heritage and social status.

"This is a rite of passage for Maori women, marking the transition from childhood to adulthood," said the presenter.

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Proud to display this cultural mark during her television appearance, the host hopes to inspire others to embrace their culture while working hard to pursue their dreams and career aspirations.

“Every step I take is like a breach in a glass ceiling,” she told

Stuff

Media

.

“This is a step forward for us as Maori, but also for people of color.

Whether you have a

moko kauae

or not. "

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