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    Newly launched web tool to lift Māori health gains

    Twenty District Health Boards have banded together to share information in order to lift Māori health gains by utilising a newly developed website tool.

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    Kawerau high school students get a surprise visit from Rugby stars

    High school students in Kawerau were star struck today with the arrival of rugby player Sonny Bill Williams and Joe Royal.  

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    Native Affairs- Sister Act

    Here at Native Affairs we receive a lot of feedback from you at home, so we know you love tales of Māori success and stories about Kai.  This next story combines both.

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    Whakatāne doctor wins prestigious Australasian award

    Whakatāne paediatrician, Dr John Malcolm, has been awarded the 2015 Royal Australasian College of Physicians Rural and Remote Medal for 25 years of service in the Bay of Plenty region.

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    Falcons defeat Warriors in BOP Coastline Rugby League competition

    In round five of the BOP Coastline Rugby League Senior competition, division one leaders Forestland Falcons of Tokoroa took on newcomers Tāneatua-Whakatāne Warriors.

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    Momentum builds for women's rugby in Bay of Plenty

    A pre-season tournament for the Bay of Plenty's Rugby Women's Association took place today at the Waikite Club, Rotorua.  The tournament hopes to set the standard for the region with the start of the women's rugby season next week.  

  7. Video for Mahoney family honoured at Ruatoki Anzac service
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    Mahoney family honoured at Ruatoki Anzac service

    The story of the Mahoney family has been etched on the walls of a dining hall in Ruatoki for years, and now the descendants of the four soldiers of the family whose names sit alongside Tūhoe War Veterans are finding out why their ancestors names have such a special place.

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    Native Affairs- Sister Act

    It hasn't even been a year since Maketu's Kasey and Karena Bird were crowned Aotearoa's first MasterChef couple's champions.  

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    Training consortium expected to create opportunities for rangatahi

    A training consortium which was created through the partnership of local and government agencies has now provided a new pathway for young Māori and Pasifika people between the ages of 18-34 become qualified in trades.

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    Govt announces expansion of Māori and Pasifika Trades Training

    Today the Government announced the expansion of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training initiative.  Three new consortia have joined the 12 providers who are already with the programme.

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