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  1. Video for Law-breaking Kiwis lose Aussie visas
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    Law-breaking Kiwis lose Aussie visas

    The Australian Government has revived an old law to boot out immigrants who pose a risk to their country – and the majority are Kiwis.

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    Black As, Series 1 Episode 2

    (AO) Join the Black As boys and go bush as they venture into the wilds of Arnhem Land, hunting for adventure and a hearty feed.

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    Join the Black As boys and go bush as they venture into the wilds of Arnhem Land, hunting for adventure and a hearty feed.

  4. Video for Waikato ex-pats living in Australia return for Koroneihana celebrations
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    Waikato ex-pats living in Australia return for Koroneihana celebrations

    Thousands of Waikato-Tainui descendants live in Australia but every year a contingent return home for the annual celebrations for the Coronation of the reigning Māori monarch. They gathered at Hopuhopu ahead of King Tuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII's 11th Coronation which officially begins tomorrow. 

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    Noeline Taurua guides Lightning to win Australia's Super Netball Series

    Māori Coach Noeline Taurua has led her team the Sunshine Coast Lightning to a grand final victory in Australia's Suncorp Super Netball Series.

  6. Video for Former Māori AB launches autobiography on eve of Māori vs Lions test
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    Former Māori AB launches autobiography on eve of Māori vs Lions test

    Former Māori All Black Bob Thompson, launched his autobiography ‘A Bob Each Way’ at a lunch in Rotorua today. A story which reflects on his successful rugby career, playing for the Māori All Blacks in the late 60’s and becoming the only player to cross the ditch to also represent the Wallabies in three international test matches.

  7. Video for Native Affairs – 1967 Yes Book
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    Native Affairs – 1967 Yes Book

    A look into the Australia's historical 1967 referendum. The nation was asked to vote whether they supported a law change to include aboriginal rights in the Constitution. It was an overwhelming YES vote and another step towards reconciliation. Fifty years later, a Melbourne-based author is trying to explain the historic changes to children, using the language kids know best - a picture book about friendship.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – Aboriginal Men’s Movement
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    Native Affairs – Aboriginal Men’s Movement

    Tonight on Native Affairs, we head to remote Central Australia where a men's programme was created to reconnect indigenous youth with their cultural traditions.  The Tjilirra Men's Movement has also been endorsed by the legendary Flying Doctors service as a way of helping men deal with mental health. 

  9. Video for Noelene Taurua guides Sunshine Coast lightning to semi-finals in their debut year
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    Noelene Taurua guides Sunshine Coast lightning to semi-finals in their debut year

    After her success last year with New Zealand's Southern Steel team in the ANZ Championships, Noeline Taurua has repeated her semi-final luck in Australia's new Super Netball series with Sunshine Coast Lightning, steamrolling their way to the semi-finals in their debut year. The No.2 team will face top of ladder team, Melbourne Vixens, for a one-way ticket to the finals.

  10. Video for Mr Polynesia 2017 - Shannon Karaka
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    Mr Polynesia 2017- Shannon Karaka

    Shannon Karaka took the title at the Mr. Polynesia 2017 competition in Australia last week. This year the pageant's theme was to raise awareness around mental health in Polynesian men.

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