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# Ritual

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The haka remains 'very sacred and very special' according to the All Blacks
Ireland unforgettably faced the All Blacks in the figure of eight in 2016 in Chicago.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen defends 'overused' haka
Some New Zealand legends say the side should perform it less often.
What are the different types of haka?
There was controversy over the choice of haka in the first Test against Ireland but what do the hakas mean?
A new book says David Cameron put "a private part" in a dead pig's mouth
He also smoked marijuana, according to the book.
Opinion: Grief can be unpredictable, so a good send-off for a departed loved one is essential
A funeral provides mourners a space to accept death and to safely explore their grief and loss.
Two men arrested over Indian child's murder and 'sacrifice'
The seven-year-old girl’s remains were found a week after her disappearance in October.