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  1. Video for Half a billion dollars offered to better support nurses
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    Half a billion dollars offered to better support nurses

    Thousands of nurses fed up with low pay and long hours have voted to strike for two days in July - but the action could be cancelled following an offer made by district health board (DHB) bosses to better support workers today.

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    1000 Xmas boxed blessings for Northland whānau

    Of 1000 Christmas boxes distributed to whānau throughout Northland last week, only one had a golden ticket.  Te Kāea was on hand to witness the lucky recipients of the box with the extra special gift that went to the Johnstone whānau.

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    Rotorua Aquatic Centre staff dispute redundancies

    Rotorua Aquatic Centre staff are disputing a decision by Rotorua Lakes Council to partner with an outside management group, which has resulted in redundancy notices issued to them. 

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    Children's Commissioner calls for revamp

    The Children's Commissioner is calling for a significant change and improvement in the way Family Group Conferences (FGCs) are conducted. Specific areas in need of development include the care and protection, youth justice, greater involvement of whānau, hapū and iwi groups.  

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    Lack of work for carpentry apprentices

    Carpentry apprentices are on the rise, but there's concern for a lack of work once they've completed their training. Registered Master Builder CE David Kelly hopes the NZ's Apprentice of the Year competition will encouraging more employers to take them on.

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    Dispute continues eviction of whānau from ancestral land

    Police have evicted a Far North family from their ancestral lands following a court order.  Three generations of the Tahere whānau remain in dispute with the trust managing the said land.

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    Award winning trust wins appeal to evict shareholders

    Winners of the prestigious Ahuwhenua Maori Excellence in Farming Awards for this year, the Omapere-Rangihamama Trust have won an appeal to evict the Tahere whānau who returned home some years ago to build homes on their ancestral lands.

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