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  1. Video for Native Affairs - We lost our Treaty millions – Part 1
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    Native Affairs- We lost our Treaty millions – Part 1

    Native Affairs Exclusive - In August this year, Native Affairs reported on the hurt and concerns of Ngāti Tama beneficiaries following multimillion dollar losses of their Treaty of Waitangi settlement monies.

  2. Video for New buildings for Mangatawa Papamoa Inc
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    New buildings for Mangatawa Papamoa Inc

    A Māori incorporation has found that the best way to utilised their lands in Tauranga was to occupy them.  Mangatawa Papamoa Inc chairman, Kevin Haua says they began with an asset base of $5mil, today they are worth $65mil.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Culture in a bottle.
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    Native Affairs – Culture in a bottle.

    A bottle of water that bridges a cultural divide? Yaru water has a unique business model in Australia, using some of its profits to educate Australians about Aboriginal culture.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Tino Pie
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    Native Affairs- Tino Pie

    More than five thousand pies were entered into the Bakels Supreme Pie Award competition this year and we were allowed to taste and judge some of them.

  5. Video for Reo Māori will benefit economy
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    Reo Māori will benefit economy

    An ANZ banker says valuing and learning the Māori language could be beneficial to the Māori economy. Hamiora Jackson, who is non-Māori, says his journey to learning te reo Māori has created good business practices and relationships with Māori.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - Soul Music in Barcelona
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    Native Affairs- Soul Music in Barcelona

    Following her childhood dream, Tamar McLeod Sinclair of Ngāi Tahu left Aotearoa for Barcelona. The singer and pianist now teaches music for a living, sharing her language and culture on the world stage.

  7. Video for Some locals not supportive of overseas investment deal with school
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    Some locals not supportive of overseas investment deal with school

    It's a rural school that's been saved from closure by overseas investment.  But locals at the former Te Tii School in Kerikeri aren't supportive of the agreement by the Overseas Investment Office allowing those investors to purchase lands here in New Zealand. 

  8. Video for Miraka Limited receives Te Tupu-a-Nuku Award for Business & Innovation.
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    Miraka Limited receives Te Tupu-a-Nuku Award for Business & Innovation.

    Māori-owned Miraka Limited has been awarded the Te Tupu-a-Nuku Award for Business & Innovation.

  9. Video for Whānau and business taking legal action for use of minor’s portrait
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    Whānau and business taking legal action for use of minor’s portrait

    The parents of an 11-year old girl whose portrait has been used for online product purchase at fineartamerica.com are "disgusted" that an artist could make money from an image of a minor that he has no consent to use.  Zjana Marsh-Richards was snapped by Brent Snow while sitting for Soldiers Rd Portraits last year, a move that has also devastated the pair who provide the Māori portrait service.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Cruising To Success
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    Native Affairs- Cruising To Success

    Chef David Reihana was a high school dropout who once washed dishes for a living. Now, he's the corporate travelling chef onboard the largest cruise ship in the world. We were onboard the Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas, to meet the man in charge of 18 restaurants and hundreds of staff.

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