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  1. Video for Aotearoa Māori Surf Titles celebrate 25th anniversary
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    Aotearoa Māori Surf Titles celebrate 25th anniversary

    Over 50 Māori surfers came together over the weekend at New Plymouth's Waitara beach for a good break with this year marking the 25th anniversary of the Aotearoa Māori Surfing Titles.

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    65th MWWL National Conference underway

    Members of the Māori Women's Welfare League have gathered in Taranaki rohe for the organisation's 65th National Conference.

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    Nazi insignia marked out on kura field

    A huge swastika left on the school field, their Māori flag was stolen and thousands of dollars worth of damage caused by vandals has Moturoa Primary School principal questioning if the vandalism was racially motivated.

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    Te Atiawa place names officially recognised

    The New Zealand Geographic board has announced a revision of place names in North Taranaki. Six locations in Te Atiawa will now be recognised by their Māori place names. A seventh location has been given a Māori title.

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    Petroleum protestors dragged away

    Climate change protests in New Plymouth got ugly today with people being dragged away amidst streams of tears. The protesters were trying to block the entrance of dignitaries to the New Zealand Petroleum conference. 

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    $1.6 mill for new classrooms at New Plymouth Kura Kaupapa

    A soil turning ceremony today marked the start of a $1.6 million construction project in New Plymouth at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Pi’ipi’inga Kakano Mai Rangiatea.

  7. Video for College Basketball National Championship 2016, St Peter's Cambridge v New Plymouth Girls
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    College Basketball National Championship 2016, St Peter's Cambridge v New Plymouth Girls

    Live coverage of the College Basketball National Championship 2016. Today: Quarter Final 1. St Peter's Cambridge v New Plymouth Girls.

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    Māori Party hopes big name will win seat

    A former rugby league star is using his name to win votes over the Te Tai Hauāuru electorate in next year's general elections. Howie Tamati who was recently announced as candidate for the Māori Party, hopes to win back its founding seat.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - TV Star dishes up a new recipe
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    Native Affairs- TV Star dishes up a new recipe

    Former My Kitchen Rules reality TV star Paul Rangiwahia has ditched the spatula for a paint brush, cooking up success in the art world.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - The recovering racist
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    Native Affairs- The recovering racist

    Mayor Andrew Judd calls himself a recovering racist. He was spat at, ridiculed and threatened when he publicly supported a separate Māori ward in New Plymouth. He gave up his job. So, what next for Andrew Judd?

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