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  1. Video for Health of Māori and Pasifika men in dire state
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    Health of Māori and Pasifika men in dire state

    3,000 Kiwi men die every year of a preventable illness. Pākehā men also live seven years longer than Māori men. Men's Health Month kicks off today and organisers of the initiative are encouraging more men to get health checks in an effort to change those statistics.

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    Research funding to develop Māori leadership

    A new research project will look at how to harness the growing Māori economy to lift the wellbeing of Māori. The research will delve into how Māori leaders generate, embody and enact leadership in order to advance wellbeing.

  3. Video for Waikato Tainui and Electoral Commission unite to increase rangatahi vote
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    Waikato Tainui and Electoral Commission unite to increase rangatahi vote

    Waikato-Tainui and the Electoral Commission have joined forces to encourage more youth to enrol and vote. The Commission has established a Youth Advocates programme to motivate young people to participate in this year's General Election.

  4. Video for Super 9's haka competition in memory of the late Jojo Waaka
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    Super 9's haka competition in memory of the late Jojo Waaka

    New Zealand Māori and Arts and Crafts Institute are in the process of lining up the first ever Jojo Super 9's kapa haka competition. 

  5. Video for Panekiretanga students participate in ancient Scottish tikanga
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    Panekiretanga students participate in ancient Scottish tikanga

    Members of a Māori language school of excellence expedition in Great Britain took part in an ancient ritual on a sacred historical site at West Scotland's Fort Dunadd. Reo expert, Paraone Gloyne says it's part of sharing traditional cultural practises to ensure they are kept alive for future generations.

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    More Māori officers needed for Māori prisoners

    The Department of Corrections is calling for more Māori workers in an effort to help reduce the Māori prison population.

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    Māori centre stage at Volcano Bay opening

    Māori songstress Maisey Rika and Pounamu Performing Arts members took centre stage in the opening of Universal Orlando Studio's new water theme park, Volcano Bay. The ceremony was live streamed and has had over 800,000 views on Facebook alone.  

  8. Video for We want a torrent not a trickle - Poverty action group
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    We want a torrent not a trickle- Poverty action group

    Action groups against poverty say the 2017 budget is not enough to lift the country's most needy whānau out of poverty. Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) and Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) believe the boost for low-income families in this year's Budget won't do enough to make a real difference. 

  9. Video for TAHUA 2017: Fears budget won't meet mental health needs
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    TAHUA 2017: Fears budget won't meet mental health needs

    Mental health has received a $224mil boost for mental health services. Te Kāea spoke with some Māori mental health workers who are concerned that the money won't be directed to the right areas within the sector.

  10. Video for Māori actress, artist and dancer honoured at investitures
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    Māori actress, artist and dancer honoured at investitures

    Māori Actress Rima Te Wiata and sculptor Professor Robert Jahnke were amongst a group of prominent New Zealanders whose achievements were celebrated at Government House in Wellington today. The investiture ceremonies also recognised five New Zealanders for acts of bravery.

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