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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Test Drive The Tourists
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    Native Affairs- Test Drive The Tourists

    What would you do if the people you loved were killed by a driver who'd only been in the country for two days?  Last month, 44-year-old Virginia Keogh Pitman and 29-year-old Kylee Anne Rakich, who was eight months pregnant, died in a car accident caused by an American tourist.  Now, Kylee Ann's whānau has started an online petition demanding mandatory driving lessons for tourists.

  2. Video for Native Affairs - Word Up
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    Native Affairs- Word Up

    At Native Affairs, we have a saying "Your story is our story", we always want to hear what New Zealanders have to say about current events.  So we sent out our online geek Kelvin McDonald to play a game of word association with unsuspecting Auckland commuters 

  3. Video for Boxing online extra – Interview with Joseph Parker
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    Boxing online extra – Interview with Joseph Parker

    Joseph Parker’s Trans-Tasman showdown was confirmed today. In July, Parker will face former NRL player Solomon Haumono in Christchurch.

  4. Video for Aotearoa exhibition revealed at Pacific Arts Festival in Guam
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    Aotearoa exhibition revealed at Pacific Arts Festival in Guam

    The New Zealand exhibit at the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam has opened with a ceremonial blessing.  The exhibition space is one of 27, specially made by locals to showcase the art forms of each delegation. 

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    Parker has stern message for illegal streamers

    Saturday night's boxing clash between Joseph Parker and Carlos Takam attracted more than 100,000 views from Facebook users watching live-streams that had been re-broadcast unlawfully by people filming Sky TV's $49.99 pay-per-view of the match.

  6. Video for Single mother’s struggle motivates Green’s “Homes not Cars” policy
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    Single mother’s struggle motivates Green’s “Homes not Cars” policy

    A mother of three shared her own personal struggles regarding Auckland's housing crisis as the Green Party announced its plan to build new state homes for those living rough.

  7. Video for $9.6mil for Māori and Pacific Trade Training
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    $9.6mil for Māori and Pacific Trade Training

    $9.6mil will be added to Māori and Pacific Trade Training over the next four years. It was a announced today by ministers Steven Joyce, Te Ururoa Flavell and Sam Lotu-Iiga. Those that help provide these courses feel that this will be money well spent.

  8. Video for Flavell opts for the court instead of caucus
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    Flavell opts for the court instead of caucus

    A young Te Arawa and Taranaki descendant is chasing her basketball dreams to become the next NZ Tall Fern. 18-year old Matangiroa Flavell recently received a full-ride scholarship to play basketball in the states. Much to the reluctance of her dad, Te Ururoa Flavell, she says she's looking forward to the adventure. 

  9. Video for Strategy hui to improve Kāumātua Kuia health
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    Strategy hui to improve Kāumātua Kuia health

    Today the Ministry of Health met at a South Auckland Marae to talk with kaumātua, kuia and Māori service providers in the health sector, to get their ideas about how the health system can do better at improving older people's health.

  10. Video for Māori health providers hope to see new funding allocated for sexual violence
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    Māori health providers hope to see new funding allocated for sexual violence

    The government plans to invest $46mil over four years to prevent sexual violence and to better support victims. However, a Māori service provider has concerns.

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