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    KidsCan now supporting over 30,000 Kiwi kids a week

    During the "Kids Can. Can you?" campaign, New Zealanders rallied together to support the cause, by showing their generosity in donating as little or as much as they could. As a result a record of 700 low-decile schools across the country are now receiving KidsCan.

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    Tauranga Moana commemorates battle at ancient Katikati Pā site

    The Northern hapū of Tauranga Moana are commemorating their tūpuna who fought at Te Kauri and Ongare Point in Katikati that was confiscated by the crown, to mark today's inaugural National Commemorations Day of New Zealand Land Wars, Homai te Rā.

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    University of Auckland welcomes new Professor of Indigenous Studies

    The University of Auckland has welcomed a new Professor of Indigenous Studies. Linda Waimarie Nikora (Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngāi Tūhoe) who's also the new co-director at Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga was officially welcomed at Waipapa marae today. The University of Auckland has welcomed a new Professor of Indigenous Studies. Linda Waimarie Nikora who's also the new co-director at Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga was officially welcomed at Waipapa marae today. Te Kuru Dewes has this report.

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    Māori language immersion student makes NZ Spelling Competition

    Māori language immersion student Isabella Ashby (Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara) will compete in the New Zealand Spelling Bee final 2017 this weekend. She won her place out of a field of hundreds of students, from more than 100 secondary schools and colleges around New Zealand.

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    Tauranga Moana paves education pathways for future generations

    The Takiri ko te Ata Symposium is a celebration of leadership and Māori knowledge as championed by academic, the late Matiu Dickson. Hosted by Tauranga Moana Iwi and the University of Waikato it aims to foster leadership among young Māori.

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    Research looks at Māori attitudes and behaviour with money

    A new study at The University of Auckland to aims to measure how Māori identity shapes financial choices. Dr Carla Houkamau of the Māori and Pacific Development Department at the Business School says The Māori Identity and Financial Attitudes Study (MIFAS) may unlock the answers to why Māori are so economically disadvantaged.

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    130 Māori lost to suicide this year

    Today a suicide conference, Ngā Kūaha Tūmanako, was held at Turangawaewae Marae in Ngāruawāhia, bringing together families, youth, community and helping professionals, counsellors, social service agency workers to share their experiences and discuss coping mechanisms for suicide, grief and loss. 

  8. Video for St Joseph's Māori Girls' College prepares to celebrate 150 years
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    St Joseph's Māori Girls' College prepares to celebrate 150 years

    Plans are underway to celebrate 150 years of the establishment of Māori Catholic School St Joseph’s Girls College.

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    Preparing Māori for modern day business

    In the last 25 years, over 400 students have graduated from the Tohu Huanga Māori Business Development program at The University of Auckland. Program manager Ngaroimata Reid says they are preparing them for modern day Māori business environment.

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    Striving to help Māori suffering from mental health

    Clinical Psychologist Tania Gilchrist (Tūwharetoa, Kahungunu) says there is a desperate need for more Māori in mental health services. She was one of three doctoral graduates at the second Māori student graduation of 2017 held at the University of Auckland's Waipapa Marae ceremony this weekend.

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