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    Ngaropo honoured for serving te ao Māori

    At the age of 12, Pouroto Ngaropo was inspired to follow in the footsteps of his elders, to serve the community and teach others about te ao Māori. To honour his service has been named in the 2019 New Year Honours.

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    Damage to graves at Taihape Cemetery prompts rabbit cull

    The Rangitikei District Council is set to undertake a cull of the rabbit population within Taihape Cemetery to reduce the numbers of the pest.

  3. Video for Community garden brings hope to Wellington’s homeless
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    Community garden brings hope to Wellington’s homeless

    Wellington's community garden Mokai Kainga is helping the homeless get back on their feet. Those staying here say working in the garden is therapeutic and gives them hope for the New Year.

  4. Video for Tukau Legacy pops up on SH1 for Xmas
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    Tukau Legacy pops up on SH1 for Xmas

    One Māori merchandise business is reaping the rewards of the Christmas season, while its proceeds help towards the well-being of its community.

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    Māngere resident serves free Christmas kai for community

    Faye Marie has been working hard this Christmas Day to prepare a free, traditional Cook Island dinner for her community.

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    What’s on the menu for City Mission Christmas lunch

    More than 2000 guests and 600 volunteers are expected to fill Spark Arena tomorrow as part of the Auckland City Mission’s annual Christmas lunch.

  7. Video for Māori hold highest rates for cardiac arrests
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    Māori hold highest rates for cardiac arrests

    Māori have both the highest rates of cardiac arrests and the lowest survival rates according to new data released by St John NZ. Every year more than 1600 people die of a cardiac arrest.

  8. Video for Kaiti School students transform community space to smoke-free zone
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    Kaiti School students transform community space to smoke-free zone

    Kaiti School in Gisborne has challenged the community to make the Kaiti Mall smoke-free and succeeded.  The model for community change will be used at the International Indigenous Health Promotion Conference in Rotorua in 2019.udents

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    Barbarian Papiriana Family

    Gangs are usually in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, but in Ōpōtiki the Mongrel Mob Barbarians are trying to be more community-minded.

  10. Video for Christmas festivities begin for 300 Angel Tree whānau
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    Christmas festivities begin for 300 Angel Tree whānau

    Festivities have already begun for 300 Auckland whānau of prison inmates.  In a first, the annual Angel Tree Christmas celebrations were hosted at Mataatua Marae in Māngere.

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