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  1. Video for Officials warn home-kill consumers to take care
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    Officials warn home-kill consumers to take care

    Council Environmental health officers warn the public to be wary of purchasing home-kill meat, especially considering the increase in the number of illegal sales of hunted or home-kill meats online.  

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    Te Puea Marae guests and volunteers celebrate Christmas

    Te Puea Marae Manaaki Tangata hosted the first Christmas at the Pā event this weekend in an effort by the marae to spread Christmas joy to struggling families living in South Auckland.

  3. Video for MIT welcomes Dame Te Atairangikaahu Nursing Scholarship
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    MIT welcomes Dame Te Atairangikaahu Nursing Scholarship

    This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Dame Te Atairangikaahu Nursing Scholarship at Wintec to encourage more Māori into health. The $6000 per year assistance towards the cost of tuition has long been sought after by the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT). Today the bid was formalised.

  4. Video for Te Iti Kahurangi force online shopping site to 'back-down'
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    Te Iti Kahurangi force online shopping site to 'back-down'

    An overseas online shopping site has been forced to remove household items bearing the image of nationally acclaimed kapa haka, Te Iti Kahurangi.

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    Waka Ama vandalism under investigation

    Local police from Tuakau, south of Auckland have conducted an investigation into the burning of three outrigger canoes. The local club, Waka Tangata o Te Awhinamai are wanting answers to what happened. 

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    Native Affairs- Kids Teach Us Māori History

    It’s an optional subject in New Zealand schools, but the history of the New Zealand Land Wars is rarely taught and many New Zealanders are not aware about the important events that shaped our country. 

  7. Video for Company convicted of contaminating stream connecting to Waikato River
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    Company convicted of contaminating stream connecting to Waikato River

    A company in the Waikato region has been convicted and fined more than $60,000 dollars for illegally discharging chicken manure and leachate waste water into a stream connecting to the Waikato River.

  8. Video for Waikato Regional Council Māori seats to stay despite resistance
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    Waikato Regional Council Māori seats to stay despite resistance

    The two Māori seats on Waikato Regional Council will be retained following a vote by councillors.

  9. Video for More funding for Waikato and Waipa river clean up
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    More funding for Waikato and Waipa river clean up

    Funding focused on the restoration and clean up of the Waikato and Waipa river has been given a major boost.

  10. Video for "We've got to put ourselves forward into leadership roles" - Parekawhia McLean
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    "We've got to put ourselves forward into leadership roles"- Parekawhia McLean

    Today marks 124 years since New Zealand became the first country in the world to grant women the right to vote. The new chair of Waikato-Tainui's governance body Parekawhia McLean says more still needs to be done to see more Māori women in leadership roles.

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