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  1. Valencia in the middle with her mum Ene Mikaere, Dad Karamana, Big sister Kaylee, Little sister Kirikkowhai and brother Joseph with the band Natrule Konexzion
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    Owhata community unites to support Valencia Mikaere

    The family of 9-year-old Valencia Mikaere who suffers from a rare skin disease are thankful for the strong support they've received  from the Owhata community.

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    Māori candidates claim local bodies lack cultural diversity

    Low Māori representation in local government means that they lack cultural diversity. It’s the perspective of the two Maori women competing for seats on the Whangarei District Council in the upcoming local body elections.

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    Increased student interest in science

    In its thirty-eighth year, the Central Northland Science & Technology Fair celebrated a record number of entries from school students with one of the top awards for an invention to help parents with babies.

  4. Video for Traditional Māori musical instruments language of the heart
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    Traditional Māori musical instruments language of the heart

    A Huntly College music teacher's reversioning of classic Māori songs using traditional and contemporary musical instruments is proving popular on social media.  Reti Hedley posted his re-mixes as part of the inaugural Māori Music month.  Mānia Clarke has more.

  5. Video for Ngapo Wehi honoured in Te Kaha as Duncan MacIntyre trophy is returned
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    Ngapo Wehi honoured in Te Kaha as Duncan MacIntyre trophy is returned

    The Duncan McIntyre trophy of Te Matatini has been returned to Te Whānau a Apanui following the 'Kawe mate' of the late Ngapo Wehi onto Te Kaha Marae yesterday. The trophy was given to the Wehi family during his funeral last month in Waihīrere.

  6. Video for NZ Rally against American $3.8bil pipeline
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    NZ Rally against American $3.8bil pipeline

    New Zealand rallies are being held where Racial Equity Aotearoa challenges all New Zealand organisations to join Standing Rock Sioux tribe's battle to stop a $3.8 billion oil pipeline being run under the Missouri River, in America.

  7. Video for Māori entrepreneur offers eco-friendly alternatives for the afterlife
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    Māori entrepreneur offers eco-friendly alternatives for the afterlife

    A Māori woman passionate about her culture and the environment has created a green alternative for families organising funerals for their loved ones. Rawinia Puna has expanded her flax paper business to include natural caskets, bamboo caskets, urns and shrouds for people who want an eco-friendly burial option.

  8. Video for Fattty Nuku stays in Poroporo
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    Fattty Nuku stays in Poroporo

    Poroporo has retained the Fatty Nuku Memorial Trophy for 2016.

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    Ioane brothers run rampant over Stags

    Akira and Rieko Ioane (Ngāpuhi, Te Whānau a Apanui) have led Auckland Blues rugby team to a rampant win over Southland, 51-16 last night in Invercargill. The visiting side running in four tries in the final ten minutes to impose a devastating scoreline over the favoured hosts.

  10. Video for Te Mātāwai welcome Prof Higgins and Mr Hapi to team
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    Te Mātāwai welcome Prof Higgins and Mr Hapi to team

    The final two members of the Te Mātāwai team have been announced. On Friday the Minister of Māori development announced that Professor Rawinia Higgins and Robin Hapi will join the team.

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