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  1. Video for South Auckland initiative a lifesaver for victims of violence
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    South Auckland initiative a lifesaver for victims of violence

    A new multi-agency family harm prevention hub, Te Taanga Manawa, is tackling domestic violence in South Auckland.

  2. Video for Julia Steenson of Ngāti Whātua appointed to Royal Commission
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    Julia Steenson of Ngāti Whātua appointed to Royal Commission

    Lawyer Julia Steenson from Ngāti Whātua and Waikato is the lastest appointment to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into abuse in state and religious care.

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    Julia Sleenson appointed to Royal Commission

    A lawyer of Ngāti Whātua and Waikato-Tainui descent has been appointed.

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    Survivors given option to provide accounts of historical abuse in writing

    The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has unveiled the option for people to provide accounts of abuse or neglect in writing, in response to requests from survivors to do so.

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    Children suffer consequences of parents actions

    Oranga Tamariki has launched an investigation following various social media post that appears to show adults feeding alcohol to a baby.

  6. Video for Grandmother's experiences of crime and pain rebuilds others
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    Grandmother's experiences of crime and pain rebuilds others

    As a child, Patricia Walsh suffered from terrible abuse that led her to a life of crime. But she has since turned her life around by becoming a registered social worker and is helping others through her organisation, Toitū Mokopuna.

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    Preliminary hearing for Royal Commission of Inquiry into historical state abuse

    The Royal Commission held a preliminary hearing in the Auckland Environmental Court today, the first public hearing of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions.

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    Man pleads guilty for docking Thimble's tail

    A Huntly man accused of docking a dog's tail illegally has been prosecuted after it suffered a painful injury as a result.

  9. Video for ActionStation report long overdue for one victim
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    ActionStation report long overdue for one victim

    "I came into the Women's Refuge with two black eyes, a broken nose."  The lack of support for Māori victims of sexual violence following an initial attack has been highlighted in a new report released by ActionStation today.  

  10. Video for UPDATED: "Racism is real whānau" - wahine subjected to abuse in online video
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    UPDATED: "Racism is real whānau"- wahine subjected to abuse in online video

    A video of a wahine being subjected to abuse by a man after an unrecorded traffic incident has been shared widely on social media and condemned as yet another example of everyday racism in Aotearoa.

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