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  1. Video for Committee defends kapa haka rule change
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    Committee defends kapa haka rule change

    Kapa Haka Kura Tuarua Society Incorporation has come under fire over rules surrounding the use of poi by male groups. Kapa Haka Kura Tuarua Society's Willie Te Aho spoke exclusively to Te Kāea about the matter. 

  2. Video for Theft results in blocked access to northern end of Lake Tutira
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    Theft results in blocked access to northern end of Lake Tutira

    Access to the northern end of Lake Tutira has been blocked until further notice by trustees and families of the B7 and B19 land blocks. These are lands that have only recently been returned to the trust after a 50-year lease expired last year.

  3. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 2
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 2

    It was one of our biggest stories of 2015. A "Freedom Flotilla" that set sail for Gaza with the aim of trying to break the Israeli-imposed naval blockade.

  4. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 1
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 1

    One of our biggest stories of 2015 happened last July, making news headlines both here and overseas, when our reporter Ruwani Perera and cameraman Jacob Bryant set sail for Gaza, on board what Palestinian supporters called a "Freedom Flotilla". Four vessels planned to set sail for Gaza, their mission to try and break the Israeli-imposed naval blockade on Gaza. 

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    Runners join forces for memorial run

    A group of 200 people have joined forces in a memorial run for slain jogger Joanne Pert. Pert died after she was allegedly attacked while on her morning run in Remuera a week ago, and the Auckland running community say they won't be scared off the streets.

  6. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Just us
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Just us

    It's a powerful story of injustice. Fifteen years ago, three young girls were sent to jail for aggravated robbery. A crime they didn't commit. Luci Akatere was 15 years old. Her co-accused Tania Vini and McCushla Fuataha were just 14.  

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    Two mothers sacked just before Christmas

    As many mothers across the country frantically finish their Christmas preparations, two mothers are left contemplating how they will provide for their families after being sacked by AFFCO Talley’s.

  8. Video for Dispute over access to Parimahu
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    Dispute over access to Parimahu

    Today the hapū of Ngāti Kere in Porangahau Central Hawke's Bay, has taken action to regain access to their customary food source. Access that has been cut off by one Porangahau farmer who has tried to keep them locked out for the last 20 years.

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    Judith Collins reinstated following cabinet reshuffle

    The Prime Minister has announced the results of a cabinet reshuffle at his post cabinet press conference this afternoon.

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    Marae based youth court launched within Ngāti Tūwharetoa

    A new youth court, Te Kooti Rangatahi ki Tūwharetoa was launched in the weekend at Rauhotu marae in Taupō. It follows the successful establishment of similar marae-based youth courts throughout Aotearoa.

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