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  1. Video for Māori input essential for NZ marine conservation - US Professor
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    Māori input essential for NZ marine conservation- US Professor

    An American Professor of Environmental Management says Aotearoa could lead the world in marine conservation if there is strong Māori involvement.

  2. Video for Te Teko Kōhanga Reo celebrates 'unique powers' of their tamariki
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    Te Teko Kōhanga Reo celebrates 'unique powers' of their tamariki

    A new project celebrating children living with unique disabilities was launched today at Tūteao Marae in Te Teko.  The Tamaariki project is an inclusive early childhood education approach led by Te Teko Kōhanga Reo and supported by both the Ministry of Education and the Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust.

  3. Video for A new vision for Te Kōhanga Reo
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    A new vision for Te Kōhanga Reo

    Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust and the Ministry of Education have launched a new initiative that refers to disabled children as 'superheroes'.  It's a strategy to help kōhanga reo and Māori-medium teachers help the children excel in education.

  4. Video for Team NZ dedicates Special Olympics wins to Chch
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    Team NZ dedicates Special Olympics wins to Chch

    New Zealand's 38-strong delegation that attended the Special Olympics Summer Games will return home from Abu Dhabi with a haul of medals.

  5. Video for "If there is a fire, throw yourself out of your wheelchair, and crawl outside”
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    "If there is a fire, throw yourself out of your wheelchair, and crawl outside”

    “If there is a fire, throw yourself out of your wheelchair, and crawl outside” that is what agencies responsible for the care of wheelchair-bound and blind Sarndra Tamepo allegedly told her to do in case of a fire.

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    Public support helps whānau with housing dilemma

    Father of four, Simon-Joe Davis became a tetraplegic after a car accident in 2017 and was about to lose his rental home last month.

  7. Video for Help Cerebral Palsy sufferer Beauche McGregor become a Social Worker
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    Help Cerebral Palsy sufferer Beauche McGregor become a Social Worker

    Twenty three year old Beauche Mcgregor was born with Athetoid Cerebral Palsy (ACP) and is currently studying towards a Bachelor of Social Work degree. She requires an Academic Support Worker to assist her in her studies and she is know fundraising through her 'Give a Little Page' to get the help she desperately needs.  

  8. Video for Te Anga Pāua o Aotearoa kapa haka festival a hit
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    Te Anga Pāua o Aotearoa kapa haka festival a hit

    300 performers with intellectual disabilities from around the North Island took to the stage at the inaugural Te Anga Pāua o Āotearoa National Kapa Haka Festival in Hamilton.

  9. Video for Te Anga Pāua o Aotearoa host national kapa haka festival
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    Te Anga Pāua o Aotearoa host national kapa haka festival

    Fifteen kapa haka teams from across the country have gathered at Hamilton’s Claudelands Event Centre to vie for the chance to take out the inaugural Te Anga Pāua o Aotearoa National Kapa Haka Festival for people with intellectual disabilities.

  10. Video for Kapa haka helps those with learning disabilities
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    Kapa haka helps those with learning disabilities

    Next Wednesday, December 5, Te Anga Pāua o Aotearoa will host the inaugural National Kapa Haka Festival for people with intellectual disabilities at the Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton.

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