CONGRATULATIONS to our inspiring Maori and Pacific Sisters and Brothers on their well-deserved nominations for the PMA Awards! It is with immense joy and pride that we celebrate your incredible achievements and the recognition you have received at the PMA announcement held at Big Fan in Morningside.
This nomination serves as a testament to the profound impact you have made on the cultural landscape, enriching our lives with your unique stories, perspectives, and voices. Your influence extends far beyond the stage or screen, resonating deeply within the hearts of people from all walks of life.
We want to acknowledge the tireless hours of practice, the sacrifices made, and the perseverance exhibited throughout your artistic journeys. Your passion and dedication have undoubtedly propelled you towards this well-deserved recognition, and we commend you for your unwavering pursuit of excellence.
As Maori and Pacific Sisters and Brothers, you embody the spirit of resilience, creativity, and cultural pride. Your stories and experiences have shaped and continue to shape the narrative of our diverse society, fostering understanding, empathy, and unity.
On this momentous occasion, let us stand together as a community, united in celebration of your accomplishments. Your nominations are a testament to the power of representation and the transformative influence of art. You have broken barriers, shattered stereotypes, and paved the way for greater inclusivity within the industry.
May this recognition be just the beginning of an extraordinary journey filled with continued success, groundbreaking achievements, and boundless opportunities. We are immensely proud of you and eagerly anticipate the results of the PMA Awards, knowing that your impact will be felt for years to come.
Once again, Congratulations to our inspiring Maori and Pacific Artists, your nominations are a shining example of the incredible talent and resilience within our community. You have our unwavering support and admiration as you continue to make waves and inspire generations to come.
Kia kaha, kia maia, kia manawanui!