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    Māori-owned florist busier than ever on Valentine's Day

    One Māori-owned florist, Auckland-based Tomuri and Co, has sold a record number of roses and hired extra staff for deliveries. 

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    $6,000 raised overnight to honour the memory of Eramiha Pairama

    More than $6000 has been raised overnight to honour the memory of Eramiha Pairama who was killed in 2013 when he was struck by a tree while working near Whakatāne.

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    Former Turakina Māori Girls' College for sale on Trademe

    Former boarding school Turakina Māori Girls' College in Rangitīkei is on sale on Trademe and is being highlighted as a potential new refugee centre.

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    Successful 7's weekend for Waikato

    Many rugby fans from all over graced the streets of Hamilton over the weekend for the annual New Zealand Sevens. This was a first time for the mighty Waikato and Mayor Andrew King says the team at the FMG Stadium have confirmed the city’s capability to deliver world-class events.

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    Rereātea- Midday News at Waitangi 4 February 2018

    Rereātea presenters Wikitōria Day and Jess Tyson are coming to you live from Te Whare Rūnanga on the Treaty Grounds with the latest news from Waitangi.

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    Palmerston North's bid for a smokefree city

    Palmerston North City Council has teamed up with the community, local artist and organisations to create the largest mural in town. 

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    Kai festival returns to Kawhia

    This Saturday Kawhia will host its annual kai festival, celebrating the peaceful blend of culture and cuisine.

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    Wellington gear up for Haka in the Park

    Wellington’s biennial senior kapa haka event is set to take place on February 3 at Te Whiti Park in Waiwhetū.

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    LilyBee Wraps: An eco-friendly alternative

    Hawke’s Bay couple Stacia Jensen and Miko Hayashi have developed eco-friendly reusable beeswax wraps called LilyBee Wraps. This keeps food fresh in your child’s lunch box and is an alternative solution to reducing plastic packaging.

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    Chloe Swarbrick's Medicinal Cannabis Bill unveiled

    Today marks a critical time for the future of medical cannabis patients in New Zealand, as Green Party MP Chloe Swarbrick unveils her Member’s Bill for medicinal cannabis to Parliament.

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