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    Welfare centres open for evacuees in Christchurch

    Welfare centres are open for residents being evacuated in Christchurch due to the Port Hills Fire.

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    Christchurch fires: State of emergency remains in place

    More than 1000 residents in the Port Hills area of Christchurch have evacuated their homes, as fires continue to destroy thousands of hectares of land.  

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    Port Hills residents urged to visit GP if experiencing respiratory issues

    Christchurch residents in the fire-affected Tai Tapu/ Port Hills are being reminded to phone their GP if they are experiencing any respiratory problems. 

  4. Video for High expectations for Christchurch-based super school

    High expectations for Christchurch-based super school

    New Zealand's first ever super school has officially started, but not without concern for the survival of Māori-based education. More than a thousand students and staff were welcomed to Haeata Community Campus, a mainstream school born out of the forced closure of four of Christchurch's eastern schools, one of which holds a strong Māori education legacy.

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    New research supports campaigner's call for wahakura roll-out

    New research supports a Christchurch-based campaigner's fight to reduce preventable baby deaths with the use of the Māori-designed pēpi pod or wahakura.

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    Kaikōura evacuees return home

    Around forty Kāti Kuri iwi members including tamariki are making their way home to Kaikōura for the first time since the November 14 earthquake north of Canterbury.

  7. Video for Hāto Pētera leaders unite to keep school doors open

    Hāto Pētera leaders unite to keep school doors open

    The chairman of the former Te Whānau o Hāto Pētera Trust says there is a plan in place to prevent the possible closure of New Zealand's only Māori co-ed Catholic school. Rudy Taylor says since the establishment of Hāto Pētera Limited earlier this year, new relationships have formed and a strategy is in the pipeline to keep the boarding school doors open.

  8. Video for Online sports extra - Bowyn Morgan

    Online sports extra- Bowyn Morgan

    Bowyn Morgan from Tainui Waka will look to extend his unbeaten pro record to eight fights when he takes on Australian Kris George tomorrow night in Christchurch. Morgan who is the undercard to the main event between Joseph Parker and Solomon Haumono is confident he has what it takes to defeat the Australian Champion. 

  9. Video for Online sports extra - Halfback Bryn Hall off to the Crusaders

    Online sports extra- Halfback Bryn Hall off to the Crusaders

    Blues halfback Bryn Hall (Ngāti Ranginui) has signed to the Crusaders for 2017. The move to the South Island will help to fill the gap left by Andy Ellis' decision to retire at the end of this season. Bryn Hall says, “I am really looking forward to just get down there, but in saying that I want to finish off this season with the Blues and to respect them with what they have done through my career”.  

  10. Video for Yoga in Schools joins forces with te reo Māori

    Yoga in Schools joins forces with te reo Māori

    Yoga in Schools Aotearoa is a new school programme teaching students and adults in Christchurch the benefits of yoga. The classes are conducted in te reo Māori. Tutor Letesha Hallett says it's a good way to spread te reo.

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