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  1. Video for Key backs economic relationships between Fiji and Iwi
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    Key backs economic relationships between Fiji and Iwi

    Prime Minister John Key says he would support any future economic relationships between Fiji and Iwi Māori, after bilateral talks with Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama in Auckland.

  2. Video for Illegal fisheries threat in Pacific
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    Illegal fisheries threat in Pacific

    Pacific leaders are joining forces in the battle against illegal fishing that's taking a whopping $850million dollars’ worth of fish from their waters. Our reporter Ripeka Timutimu is in Pohnpei in Micronesia where leaders from around the Pacific have gathered for the 47th Pacific Islands Forum.

  3. Video for Māori politicians support Standing Rock Sioux indigenous rights
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    Māori politicians support Standing Rock Sioux indigenous rights

    The Standing Rock Sioux tribes have the support of the United Nations. Here in New Zealand, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the issue is a domestic matter for the US authorities.But that hasn't stopped Māori MPs from giving their support to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.

  4. Video for Hands on approach used to entice Māori and Pasifika tauira
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    Hands on approach used to entice Māori and Pasifika tauira

    A group called Te Rōpū Āwhina from the University of Victoria  in Wellington is touring the country to support Māori and Pasifika students to study science, engineering, architecture and design. The purpose is to give them more of a hands-on experience.

  5. Video for Manurewa helps find homes for whānau after years on the list
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    Manurewa helps find homes for whānau after years on the list

    The closing karakia ceremony for the Manaaki Tangata homeless programme is about to get underway in the next few hours.  More than 80 families have been assisted over the last 3 months.  For a Samoan whānau, the wait for a home is finally over.

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    NATIVE AFFAIRS AWARD NOMINEES

    Māori Television is pleased to congratulate members of our Native Affairs team who have been nominated for national awards. Reporter Iulia Leilua, Ngāti Hāua, Ngāti Hekeāwai and Samoan, has been nominated for Best Pacific Female Media Personality.Story Producer Aroha Awarau, Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Porou and Niuean is a finalist for the Magazine Journalist of the Year, Lifestyle.

  7. Video for Te Arawa delegation prepares for Heiva Festival
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    Te Arawa delegation prepares for Heiva Festival

    Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa hope to forge stronger links with Tahiti when they take a delegation to participate in the Heiva festival this July.

  8. Video for Plain packaging by 2017
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    Plain packaging by 2017

    Plain cigarette packets could hit the NZ shelves as soon as next year as the government navigates towards a smoke-free country by 2025. Associate Minister of Health Sam Lotu-Iiga made the announcement today but sceptics say it won't have any effect on smoking numbers. 

  9. Video for Aotearoa culture a hit at Pacific Arts Festival in Guam
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    Aotearoa culture a hit at Pacific Arts Festival in Guam

    The Kiwi contingent is garnering praise and admiration at the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam. In what has become a tradition, the group of 100 artists and performers repaid the hospitality of the Chamorro, inspiring the northern pacific nation to seek a stronger bond.

  10. Video for A celebration of art and music at the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam
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    A celebration of art and music at the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam

    The art of weaving and traditional music are major features at the 12th Pacific Arts Festival in Guam.  Delegations from around the Pacific are sharing aspects of the culture and they are finding solidarity in the sharing of those traditions.

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