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  1. Video for Iwi leaders back covenant for Children
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    Iwi leaders back covenant for Children

    Iwi leaders are calling on the government to support a covenant protecting the rights of children here in NZ. Ngāti Hine leader Te Waihoroi Shortland says the government has given them the cold shoulder over the issue.

  2. Video for Whaleoil cartoon sparks debate
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    Whaleoil cartoon sparks debate

    A cartoon posted online highlighting child abuse with tā moko, was posted with the intention to spark national debate around a controversial issue. The cartoon has angered a Māori advocate calling it racist but an expert moko artist says the image does have its merits.

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    Kind gesture stuns parents of NZ Kayaker

    The doting parents of Whakatōhea descendant Kayla Imrie have won a free ticket to the Olympics. Thanks to Volkswagen, they will get a free ticket to watch their daughter perform with the NZ K4 Women's Kayaking crew at Rio.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Calae’s Kingdom
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    Native Affairs- Calae’s Kingdom

    In a year when Māori are making movie headlines, there's one little kiwi movie quietly winning critical praise and awards. Orphans and Kingdoms was released in Aotearoa last month. And while the film hasn't had the same attention as other, big budget movies, lead actor teenager Calae Hignett-Morgan has grabbed our attention.

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    Bromwich ready to step up as Kiwi captain

    The stage is set for this year's Trans-Tasman Anzac clash in Newcastle, Australia However, it is a big affair in particular for one Māori player. Jesse Bromwich is taking on the side's captaincy this week. His 18th test cap for the Kiwis will be a game he will always remember.

  6. Video for Inquiry to align legislation around postmortems with Māori customs
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    Inquiry to align legislation around postmortems with Māori customs

    The Greens are at the forefront of an inquiry into the legislation around post-mortems, which is currently before the Māori Affairs Select Committee.  The hope is to align the law to be more consistent with Māori customs. 

  7. Video for Native Affairs - An Olympic Mission
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    Native Affairs- An Olympic Mission

    This year, 370 men and women will travel to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.  It's the largest group of kiwi athletes and support crew ever to be sent to the Olympics.  Yesterday reporter  Oriini Tipene-Leach sat down with the man in charge of looking after New Zealand's Olympians in Brazil, Deputy Chef de Mission Trevor Shailer.

  8. Video for Law expert says manslaughter plea “appalling” in child abuse case
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    Law expert says manslaughter plea “appalling” in child abuse case

    Three-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri died after enduring two months of severe abuse and being denied medical treatment at the hands of his carers. Tania Shailer and David Haerewa pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the Rotorua District Court, but a criminal law expert says the Crown's acceptance of the plea is "absolutely appalling".

  9. Video for Managing asthma key to bringing down statistics in NZ
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    Managing asthma key to bringing down statistics in NZ

    It's World Asthma Day and it's been revealed that NZ's asthma and respiratory statistics are among the worst in the world. 

  10. Video for NZ Flag referendum a waste of time from the start says MP
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    NZ Flag referendum a waste of time from the start says MP

    John Key is getting flak from all sides after his project to have the New Zealand flag changed, fell flat. More than two million people voted, and the result, was accusations from some pockets of Parliament, calling the whole thing a waste of time and money.

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