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  1. Video for Hekia Parata bids final farewell to Parliament
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    Hekia Parata bids final farewell to Parliament

    Former Education Minister Hekia Parata, bid a final farewell to Parliament in her valedictorian speech last night.

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    New location for TKKM o Te Wānanga Whare Tāpere o Takitimu

    A new site has been purchased for Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Wānanga Whare Tāpere o Takitimu in Hastings, Education Minister Nikki Kaye and Associate Education Minister Tim Macindoe announced today.

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    Te Uma o Te Kona- A safe haven for Kaikohe rangatahi

    The Northland town of Kaikohe is in high spirits knowing their new youth centre, Te Uma o Te Kona, will open next week. 

  4. Video for Students back Te Awanuiārangi push for indigenous-university status
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    Students back Te Awanuiārangi push for indigenous-university status

    Some Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi students are backing the wānanga's push to be recognised as an indigenous university, despite opposition from mainstream universities. 

  5. Video for School decile system should remain says Manurewa Principal
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    School decile system should remain says Manurewa Principal

    Te Wharekura o Manurewa principal Mahia Nathan says the Government's announcement to replace the decile system is a waste of time as his school will continue to be treated as a low decile school. 

  6. Video for Former homeless man John Heta leads by example
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    Former homeless man John Heta leads by example

    Former homeless man John Heta leads by example. He says, "I'm proof and there's a few others that are proof here too." 

  7. Video for Māori Language Commission to celebrate 30th anniversary
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    Māori Language Commission to celebrate 30th anniversary

    Tomorrow marks 30 years since the establishment of the Māori Language Commission, however, its CEO says the future of the language is still up in the air.  

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    Students say abolishing allowances will deepen inequality

    The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations (NZUSA) have responded to the United Future Party's recent tertiary education policy announcement, warning that any plan to abolish Student Allowances would deepen inequality.

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    WIPCE 2017 attracts large Māori contingent to Toronto

    The World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education, or WIPCE, draws Indigenous representatives from across the globe every three years to share successes and strategies for culturally-grounded Indigenous education. This year a large Māori contingent travelled to Toronto, Canada to participate in the conference.

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    Digital win sees Rotorua Girls travel to Belgium

    Five students from Rotorua Girls High School are jet-setting to Belgium after generating an innovative Te Reo Māori website.  The digital material teaches the history of the Battle of Passchendaele where more than 800 New Zealand soldiers died.   

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