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  1. Video for Connecting Pacific Communities with their cultural heirlooms
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    Connecting Pacific Communities with their cultural heirlooms

    The Auckland Museum is opening up access to its Pacific treasures collection and creating stronger connections with Auckland's Pacific communities. The project will enable the Pacific collection to be better known, cared for and accessible onsite, offsite and online.

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    Patrick Snedden honoured for Māori and Pacific digital education

    Chairman of the Manaiakalani Trust Mr Patrick Snedden has been made a Member of the NZ Order of Merit for services to Education and Māori. Engaging Māori and Pacific Island children into the digital technology of the 21st century is one of  Snedden’s top priorities.

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    Rugby great Michael Jones among Queen's birthday honourees for services to Pacific community

    Michael Niko Jones has been made a Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in this year’s Queen’s birthday honours for services to the Pacific community and youth.  Jones is a former rugby union player and coach who has played in World Cups for New Zealand and has since been a driver of economic and social development for Pacific people around New Zealand and the Pacific region. 

  4. Video for Pacific communities disappointed with Budget 2017
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    Pacific communities disappointed with Budget 2017

    Pacific people make up over 290,000 of New Zealand's population and some Pacific communities feel disappointed with last week's budget announcement. 

  5. Video for West Papua independence leader seeks Māori backing for self-governance
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    West Papua independence leader seeks Māori backing for self-governance

    West Papuan independence leader, Benny Wenda has returned to Aotearoa to gain support from indigenous Māori and Pacific people as part of a campaign to free his country.  It's alleged that the Indonesian province has had wide spread human rights violations over many decades

  6. Video for Waka embarks on 12,000 km journey across Pacific
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    Waka embarks on 12,000 km journey across Pacific

    A new vessel was launched this week that will sail across the Pacific to Tāhiti, Hawai'i and the Marshall Islands where it will be gifted to the people there for educational, research and commercial purposes.

  7. Video for Good vibes and good times at 25th Pasifika Festival
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    Good vibes and good times at 25th Pasifika Festival

    There were no reports of violence at this year's Pasifika Festival in the wake of brawls near Polyfest that dominated headlines last week. It was good vibes and good times for families, with Police and security on-hand to watch over attendees.

  8. Video for Pacific companies here to test NZ Market
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    Pacific companies here to test NZ Market

    More than 70 delegates from all over the Pacific were officially welcomed onto Te Mahurehure Marae in Auckland. They say New Zealand trade with the Pacific needs to be corrected.

  9. Video for Project hopes to provide clean water access for Pacific neighbours
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    Project hopes to provide clean water access for Pacific neighbours

    New Zealanders are being challenged to go a whole day without turning on their taps at home and at work, in a new project hoping to provide easy access to clean water for Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.

  10. Video for Hori Pomana honoured at ASB Polyfest pōwhiri
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    Hori Pomana honoured at ASB Polyfest pōwhiri

    The 42nd Auckland secondary schools ASB Polyfest has got underway in Manukau City.  The southern hemisphere's largest cultural competition began with a traditional welcome ceremony of the schools and trophies, including three new carved taonga to commemorate one of the festival's stalwarts' the late George Hori Pomana.

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