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  1. Video for Emerging navigators learn ancient art of way-finding
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    Emerging navigators learn ancient art of way-finding

    24 emerging Maori and Pacific voyagers have been selected to sail on board Haunui Waka to Norfolk Island in September 2018. The voyage provides deep-sea training ahead of a pan-Pacific voyage to the Festival of Pacific Arts in Hawaii in 2020.

  2. Video for Reviving the traditional tools of tā moko
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    Reviving the traditional tools of tā moko

    With moko becoming increasingly visible, one practitioner is cutting his own path with a point of difference.  Mokonuiarangi Smith, from Te Arawa and Tākitimu, uses traditional tattoo tools that have origins in the Pacific.

  3. Video for Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry
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    Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry

    Educationalists from around the country gathered in Auckland for Tuia Te Ako, an event which aims to strengthen Māori learner success. The event has attracted a number of sectors including teachers and training practitioners.

  4. Video for E-Tangata keeping diversity in online news media
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    E-Tangata keeping diversity in online news media

    With its financial future in question, online Māori media website E-Tangata is celebrating the support of loyal subscribers, but it's not in the clear yet. Chair of E-Tangata Trust, Stacey Morrison says the survival of E-Tangata is crucial in ensuring expert Māori opinions are heard within online media.

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    New study shows breast cancer inequities among Māori

    The study has found Māori women diagnosed with breast cancer are 1.76 times more likely to die after five years than Pākehā women. 

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    Pacific women shine in Queen’s Birthday Honours list

    Esteemed Pacific women working in the arts, politics, sport and the community have been recognised today in a Queen’s Birthday Honours list dominated by wāhine for the first time ever.

  7. Video for Pacific Fusion Fashion Show attracts international designers
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    Pacific Fusion Fashion Show attracts international designers

    What began as a competition for emerging Māori and Pacific creatives from South Auckland is attracting interest from international fashion designers. 

  8. Video for Cook Islanders to receive hundreds of donated life jackets
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    Cook Islanders to receive hundreds of donated life jackets

    Cook Island communities are set to receive hundreds of free life jackets donated from the Old4New life jacket upgrade campaign run by Coastguard New Zealand.

  9. Video for $700mil set a side for Pacific aid
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    $700mil set a side for Pacific aid

    The government has made a pre-budget announcement of more than $700 million to go towards overseas aid. 

  10. Video for Heed foreign influence warnings - Peters
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    Heed foreign influence warnings- Peters

    Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says advice about outsiders attempts to gain political influence here should be taken seriously. 

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