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  1. Video for Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour
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    Deputy Head Boy to attend UN Global Development Tour

    Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of two future Māori leaders to be selected as a UN Youth International Delegate. He says the key to Māori success is having strong support systems at home and at school.

  2. Video for Pierce-Dunn selected to represent NZ in Global Development Tour
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    Pierce-Dunn selected to represent NZ in Global Development Tour

    Te Ruki Pierce-Dunn is one of 22 students selected to represent New Zealand in the Global Development Tour as a United Nations Youth International Delegate.

  3. Video for Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on
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    Dame Nganeko Minhinnick's kaitiaki legacy lives on

    Hundreds gathered at Waiuku's Tahuna Marae, south of Auckland, for the burial service of environmental champion Dame Nganeko Minhinnick. The trail blazer in environmental legislation reform was laid to rest in her ancestral marae cemetery, beside the waters she advocated for, the Manukau Harbour.

  4. Video for Ngāti Te Ata champion lays at beloved Tahuna marae
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    Ngāti Te Ata champion lays at beloved Tahuna marae

    Dame Nganeko Minhinnick, who led environmental stewardship and kaitiakitanga in the Auckland and Waikato region, has finally returned to Tahuna Marae to be mourned by her people of Ngāti Te Ata and Waikato.

  5. Video for Te Ikaroa represent 80 hapū and iwi at UN Ocean Conference
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    Te Ikaroa represent 80 hapū and iwi at UN Ocean Conference

    Anti-oil, anti-seismic testing campaign group Te Ikaroa are at the United Nations Ocean Conference raising awareness around the issue of seismic testing along the eastern seaboard. The focus of the conference is to support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14.

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    Māori take off-shore oil drilling opposition to UN

    Seismic testing, oil drilling and indigenous rights are at the forefront of the agenda for Māori as they head to New York today for the United Nations Ocean Conference.

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