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  1. 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.

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    Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region

    Māori landowners in Northland have raised concerns over a report that highlights the potential of developing land in the region for uses such as horticulture and agriculture. The report was presented to a Māori Economic Development meeting, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, in Northland.

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    Native Affairs- The Crowded Cove

    How many tourists are too many?  On the Coromandel Peninsula the locals around the seaside village of Hahei are up in arms over a controversial plan to develop a walking track around the world famous Cathedral Cove or Mautohe.  Renee Kahukura Iosefa visited with the local iwi, Ngati Hei who are at the centre of the debate and discussed their plans to welcome tourists.

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    Witehira wins Māori Business leader award

    An exponent in business who climbed the ranks of supermarket giant Foodstuffs to direct Ngāpuhi Asset Holdings, Jason Witehira has won Outstanding Māori Business Leader at the Aotearoa Māori Business Leader Awards. 

  5. Video for Rongomai School wins "Future of Energy" package
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    Rongomai School wins "Future of Energy" package

    A new power wall battery could be the new craze for households if it means saving money. South Auckland's Rongomai School is the first to be introduced to the new device, which can be used in varied ways to complement solar and provide a backup power supply.

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    Native Affairs- A Culinary Voyage

    In Rarotonga Native Affairs met Ngāpuhi chef Sam Timoko. Sam has a unique recipe for success. He's passing on his culinary skills to young, local chefs and taking charge of the food stores on-board traditional waka, sailing around the Pacific. Mātai Smith explains.

  7. Video for Hastings Supermarket makes deal with local grower
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    Hastings Supermarket makes deal with local grower

    There's not much you can buy for less than 10c these days. For the past two weeks, Pak n Save in Hastings has been selling tonnes of apples and pears for only 9c a kilo.

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    Questions remain following Eramiha Pairama inquest

    A coroner's inquest into the death of Eramiha Pairama, a Bay of Plenty forestry worker, has provided some answers to his family today. Mr Pairama was killed in 2013 when he was struck by a tree while working near Whakatāne.

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    Otorohanga youth desperate for better jobs

    Youth in Otorohanga are desperate for better jobs in their area. There was no hesitation in putting the challenge to Prime Minister John Key during his visit to the King Country, where he met with Māori youth and business owners.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Digging Deep
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    Native Affairs- Digging Deep

    How can Māori protect culturally significant whenua when the government grants oil drilling permits in that area? Reporter Renee Kahukura Iosefa visited Te Ātiawa in North Taranaki to discover a hurt, as deep as the oil wells, threatening their past.

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