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  1. Video for Parliamentarians thank Lewis Moeau QSO for his advisory
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    Parliamentarians thank Lewis Moeau QSO for his advisory

    In their tributes to Lewis Ruihi Moeau, former and current Parliamentarians thanked Moeau for his advisory of Māori language and culture.

  2. Video for Lewis Moeau QSO laid to rest in Manutuke
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    Lewis Moeau QSO laid to rest in Manutuke

    Esteemed Māori elder Lewis Moeau of Rongowhakaata was laid to rest today in Manutuke, a man who worked tirelessly for his people and had a career as a public servant spanning more than 60 years.

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    It was all on out on the hockey pitch

    The NZU21 Māori men's hockey team has triumphed in their matches against the Queensland state side held in Gisborne this weekend.

  4. Video for Te Wero highlighting Gisborne's Māori leadership in education
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    Te Wero highlighting Gisborne's Māori leadership in education

    Putting the spotlight on Māori education at this year's conference Te Wero held in Gisborne, is aimed at inspiring Māori leadership in education.

  5. Video for Te Tairāwhiti take driver licencing into their own hands
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    Te Tairāwhiti take driver licencing into their own hands

    For many Tairāwhiti people, breaching the rules of their learner's licence has led to fines and even court. Te Tairāwhiti REAP are leading their people in a pursuit to gain restricted and full licences.

  6. Video for Moko kauae marks new chapter for former drug addict
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    Moko kauae marks new chapter for former drug addict

    Former drug addict Tricia Walsh turned anti-P advocate has received a moko kauae, symbolising a new beginning. Walsh had a harrowing upbringing of abuse, violence and substance abuse.

  7. Video for Former P addict steps up to tackle Tairāwhiti rehab gap
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    Former P addict steps up to tackle Tairāwhiti rehab gap

    With no government-funded methamphetamine rehabilitation centre on the Tairāwhiti, former addict Tricia Walsh is helping to fill the gap. She holds workshops in rural East Coast communities to educate them about the dangers of P, a drug she says is plaguing the area.

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    $30m development for new Māori kiwifruit enterprises

    Te Tumu Paeroa today announced the suppliers who have won the contracts to build 10 kiwifruit orchards on Māori land in the Bay of Plenty and Gisborne over the next 18 months.  This is part of the $30 million investment in the area to convert nearly 90 hectares of semi- and unproductive land into successful grower businesses.

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    Gizzy lunch charity trying to fill empty mouths

    Gizzy School Lunches Charitable Trust based in Gisborne is fulfilling a need in their area, by giving lunches to school children who wouldn't normally have anything to eat and the demand is growing.

  10. Video for Forestry boom to bring more jobs to Tairāwhiti
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    Forestry boom to bring more jobs to Tairāwhiti

    The Gisborne forestry industry is booming and it's expected that over the next five years log volume through the Eastland port will increase by one million tonnes. 

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