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    Māori and Pacific students set to help rebuild Vanuatu

    Seven Māori and Pacific students enrolled in the EIT trades programmes are preparing for what will be the trip of a lifetime.

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    Pasifika to return to Western Springs in 2016

    The renowned Pasifika festival held in Auckland every March will be returning to its home ground, Western Springs Park for 2016.

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    Tauranga spoken word artist ready to take on the world

    Tauranga spoken word artist Te Kahu Rolleston's biggest inspiration was his grandfather speaking on the paepae at the marae.  He's recently secured a ticket to Canada for an Indigenous Writers Conference, and now he's hoping to head to Guam in 2016 to share this inspiration at the Festival of Pacific Arts.

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    The tally of medals begins at Pacific Games

    New Caledonia was the victorious country at the last Pacific Games and this year they have won some of the first medals of the 15th Pacific Games in the Women's Triathlon. The White Sox also played their second game of the competition, winning 1-0 against Papua New Guinea.

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    Samoa celebrates 53 years of Independence

    Western Samoa became independent of New Zealand on 1 January 1962, but the small island nation marks its Independence Day on June 1, an occasion the Samoan community in New Zealand gather to celebrate.

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    500 Cook Island WWI soldiers honoured

    "Lest We Forget the 500 Cook Islands Soldiers" is the focus of an Arts and Cultural exhibition which opened today, at Depot Art Space in Auckland.

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    2500 children welcome Pacific vessels at Pt England

    An impressive gathering of about 2500 children were on Pt England beach this morning to welcome two Pacific vessels on the Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage. 

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    Almost 90,000 turnout for ASB Polyfest 2015

    Nearly 90,000 spectators turned out to this year's ASB Polyfest.

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    Curtains drawn for ASB Polyfest 2015- Day 2

    A special flag raising ceremony and pōwhiri took place at the Manukau Sports Bowl yesterday to mark the 40th Anniversary of the ASB Polyfest.

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    Native Affairs- Vanuatu Devastation

    Over the weekend Cyclone Pam tore through the Pacific, leaving scenes of devastation in her wake.

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