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  1. Video for Tauranga Moana launches Housing Conference
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    Tauranga Moana launches Housing Conference

    Participants at the National Māori Housing Conference in Tauranga will be addressing NZ's housing crisis. The three-day seminar will include international and national speakers as well as Māori trusts paving the way in housing development.

  2. Video for Forward pack tackles clothing ideals
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    Forward pack tackles clothing ideals

    James Rātana is on a mission to create the best clothing brand in New Zealand. Forward Pack, born out of a movement, is challenging popular streetwear labels and mainstream market ideals of acceptable clothing sizes are on a large scale.

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    Mixed reactions on new Whaikōrero app

    An interactive software program teaching whaikōrero has been launched on social media.  Software designer William Poutu says it's aimed at anyone who wants to learn, but it's receiving mixed reactions from Māori youth to traditionalists. 

  4. Video for Māori women leaders call on men to recognise their leadership
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    Māori women leaders call on men to recognise their leadership

    A group of prominent Māori women are calling on male leaders to recognise Māori women as critical for Crown agencies, tribal organisations and private sector leadership roles, to ensure the development of Māori is successful. The issue was discussed at a Māori Women's Leadership Summit in Auckland today.

  5. Video for New global initiative tackles sex trafficking and includes NZ
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    New global initiative tackles sex trafficking and includes NZ

    New Zealand has been named as a "source country" for sex trafficking of underage girls according to a US Trafficking in Persons report. Often the girls are of Māori and Pacific Island descent. Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise worldwide. Now an anti-trafficking group has established a new global initiative to help tackle the problem.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - United at Standing Rock
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    Native Affairs- United at Standing Rock

    The Standing Rock Sioux are trying to stop work on a proposed multibillion-dollar oil pipeline in North Dakota. The stand against the build has been ongoing for months in court and in the Standing Rock prayer camps where Native American tribes and others have gathered in unity. Amongst them is Kingi Snelgar, A young Māori lawyer, who recently graduated from Harvard and worked with the Lakota in Pine Ridge.

  7. Video for Sioux tribe celebrates as US Government halts Dakota pipeline
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    Sioux tribe celebrates as US Government halts Dakota pipeline

    A Māori lawyer says the Sioux tribe in North Dakota will decide whether their camp opposing an oil pipeline being built through a sacred site is still necessary or not. It follows a joint statement by the US government which called for a temporary stop to construction of the Dakota access pipeline.

  8. Video for Māori entrepreneur offers eco-friendly alternatives for the afterlife
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    Māori entrepreneur offers eco-friendly alternatives for the afterlife

    A Māori woman passionate about her culture and the environment has created a green alternative for families organising funerals for their loved ones. Rawinia Puna has expanded her flax paper business to include natural caskets, bamboo caskets, urns and shrouds for people who want an eco-friendly burial option.

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    Native Affairs- Honey Money

    Manuka honey has become a hot international commodity for its beneficial qualities many are trying to cash in on. But as the honey industry comes to terms with the intellectual property of Manuka, Māori are being encouraged to join the honey gold rush.

  10. Video for $200,000 only a drop in the bucket - Havelock businesses
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    $200,000 only a drop in the bucket- Havelock businesses

    The government and the Hastings District Council have announced a joint relief package of $200,000 for businesses in Havelock North affected by the gastro outbreak. But businesses we spoke to say the money is only a drop in the bucket.

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