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  1. Video for Key backs economic relationships between Fiji and Iwi
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    Key backs economic relationships between Fiji and Iwi

    Prime Minister John Key says he would support any future economic relationships between Fiji and Iwi Māori, after bilateral talks with Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama in Auckland.

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    Economic benefits for Māori in India market

    The Prime Minister will lead a business and education delegation to India next week. Key will meet with India's PM Narendra Modi to discuss strengthening New Zealand's political, security and economic connections with India, and Māori are expected to play a major role.

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    The price of fish for Tūwharetoa

    In the Central North Island, there's an initiative to revive fishing and the gathering food from Lake Taupō and its waterways, among Tūwharetoa youth. The practice seems to have given way to takeaways and modern past times. But 'Tamariki Hī Ika' aims to encourage the tribe's children and their families to take up those traditions again.

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    Fiji PM gets a taste of Māori business

    Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has touched down in New Zealand for a five-day trip. Today he was in Auckland for a tour of Moana New Zealand fisheries. He is in New Zealand to gain insight into Māori business methods in the fisheries sector with the goal of developing Fiji's economy.

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    First Māori innovation hub to develop Māori businesses

    Callaghan Innovation is today opening a centre for Māori business innovators at the Gracefield Innovation Quarter in Lower Hutt.

  6. Video for Native Affairs – Mussel Up
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    Native Affairs – Mussel Up

    Twenty years ago, Whakatōhea iwi had the vision to run its own mussel business. Now, the dream has come true and we were there to see how the new farm will help the local Ōpōtiki community.

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    Whakatū meat workers reunite

    Thirty years on since the Whakatū meat works closed its doors, some of its former workers gathered to pay tribute to those that have passed on. Next to the 1931 Napier earthquake, the 1986 closure was the biggest disaster to hit Hawke's Bay with more than 2000 losing their jobs. 

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    300 Tūākau whānau affected by budgeting cuts

    Māngere Budgeting Services are shocked to see no government funding for their Tuakau Branch. CEO Darryl Evans says the majority of families they are working within Tuakau are Māori and will be heavily affected by the new change.

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    Māori show-bands announce return concert

    The surviving members of the international Māori showbands are set to tour for one final time. Members of the Quin Tikis, Māori Volcanics, the Māori Hi Quins, Castaways, Quin Tiki and Hi Five will perform three major concerts as part of the Last Stand Tour.

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    Waikato-Tainui Manager nominated for award

    Parekawhia McLean is one of 100 finalists in the fourth annual Westpac Women of Influence Awards. The former CEO of Waikato-Tainui is being recognised for managing the tribe's affairs, whose asset value is more than $1bil.

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