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  1. Video for Special Olympics Flame of Hope heads to Wellington
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    Special Olympics Flame of Hope heads to Wellington

    The Special Olympics torch is making it's way down the country as it heads to this year's destination in Wellington, with a 60 strong Special Olympic contingent from Hawke's Bay who carried it through Hastings.

  2. Video for Indigneous co-housing development for Flaxmere
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    Indigneous co-housing development for Flaxmere

    Fifteen hectares of unused land in the low socio-economic area of Flaxmere in Hawke's Bay will be turned into New Zealand's first indigenous co-housing development called the Waingakau Village Project.

  3. Video for Te Aka celebrates a decade
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    Te Aka celebrates a decade

    Te Aka Charitable Trust in Flaxmere started out as the only Māori based after-school programme in the country, has celebrated it's 10th birthday, with expansion plans on the horizon.

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    Licence guru helps aspiring drivers in Hawke's Bay

    Many youth today don’t see the value or importance of having a driver’s licence until it’s too late. Every time an unlicenced driver jumps into a vehicle with the intention to drive is a 50% chance they will end up with a fine. However, this is still not an incentive for unlicenced drivers to become qualified.

  5. Video for World title for Camberley girl Anahera McClutchie
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    World title for Camberley girl Anahera McClutchie

    Hawke's Bay has a new world champion martial artists, 23-year-old Anahera McClutchie who took home a world title for traditional weapons at the ISKA World Championships in Liverpool Australia.

  6. Video for Regions eye $1 billion provincial fund
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    Regions eye $1 billion provincial fund

    A $1 billion regional development fund has been promised by the new government, though more details are yet to be unveiled, it's hoped some of that fund will be invested into Māori tourism in the regions.

  7. Video for  First female captain in the Ross Shield competition
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    First female captain in the Ross Shield competition

    Kahlia Awa has been named the first female captain in the 115 year history of The Ross Shield, a pinnacle of primary school rugby in Hawke's Bay that has started the career of many All Blacks.

  8. Video for Family speak out after brutal attack on 14-year-old
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    Family speak out after brutal attack on 14-year-old

    Police are appealing for information on a brutal attack which put 14-year-old Ayden Kairau into hospital with severe injuiries. Police say he was attacked in a playground in Flaxmere after leaving a party.

  9. Video for Kahungunu Kura Reo reaches five-year milestone
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    Kahungunu Kura Reo reaches five-year milestone

    Kahungunu Kura Reo numbers has doubled since starting their first one five years ago, and now with the new addition of a holiday programme for children, this year marks the biggest year to date. 

  10. Video for Adaptive teams inspire at Waka Ama Long Distance Nationals
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    Adaptive teams inspire at Waka Ama Long Distance Nationals

    Teams took to the water today at the Waka Ama Long Distance Nationals, with 800 paddlers giving it their all in Napier today. 

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