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  1. Video for New research explores links between culture and health for urban Māori
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    New research explores links between culture and health for urban Māori

    Māori health and cultural academic Sir Mason Durie, has described Te Whānau o Waipereira's newest research publication as ground-breaking. Ka Pū Te Wai o Pereira highlights catalysts of health and wellbeing for Māori families living in West Auckland.

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    Carved tokotoko found in West Auckland

    A carved taonga has been found in a park in West Auckland and its finder is hoping to return it to its rightful owner.

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    Some whānau are falling between the gaps of service providers

    After a successful month with the Kōanga Festival, Te Pou Theatre in West Auckland decided to re-invest their humble profits back into the community.

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    One person killed after being hit by train

    A person has died at Ranui Train Station in West Auckland this morning after being hit by a train.

  5. Video for Auckland water consumption on-par with post-flood target
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    Auckland water consumption on-par with post-flood target

    Auckland City Council met this morning to discuss the impact recent weather has had on the region. The city has been hammered by three major weather events in the past week that caused severe flooding and damage in localised areas.

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    Insurance claims spike following weekend of wild weather

    AA Insurance says that claims spiked over the weekend as a result of flooding in Auckland. 

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    Request for motorists to avoid parts of West Auckland

    Waitemata Police are asking motorists to please avoid travelling in the wider New Lynn, Henderson and Kelston areas due to severe flooding.

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    Principal urges students to learn safety tips after abduction

    Keeping Ourselves Safe is a police programme which runs in schools throughout NZ.  Bruce McLachlan, principal of Swanson Primary School says it's vital that children know and understand how to keep themselves safe following the abduction and sexual assault of an 11-year-old boy in Ranui.

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    Te Whānau o Waipareira create alternative sports platform for youth

    Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust have created 'Tū Kaha' as a platform for those who have missed out on regional teams. More than 80 teams took part in the rugby league, netball and basketball sports day.

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    Respective reports delve into wellbeing of urban Māori

    Wai-Research today launched two important publications that look into Māori child wellbeing and the widening gaps in Māori Mental Health. It has also been announced that Emeritus Professor Sir Mason Durie as Pou of the research unit. 

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