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  1. Video for 'Tupapa - Our Stand, Our Story' - telling stories from a Māori perspective
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    'Tupapa- Our Stand, Our Story'- telling stories from a Māori perspective

    Following the overwhelming response to the graffiti on the statue of Captain Cook in Gisborne, we now take a look at the award-winning 'Tupapa - Our Stand. Our Story' multimedia experience, which aims to balance the mainstream narrative by presenting stories from the perspective of local Tūranga iwi.

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    No 'hide and seek' for sex-offenders near schools

    A members bill that would require the Department of Corrections to notify schools of sex offenders placed in their local communities was put in the ballot today by National MP Matt Doocey.

  3. Video for Te Riu Roa to take legal action over pay delay
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    Te Riu Roa to take legal action over pay delay

    Te Riu Roa NZEI is looking at taking legal action following Novopay's announcement to teachers saying they would have to wait until September to see pay increases that they recently won when they settled their collective agreement.

  4. Video for Te Ahu o Te Reo: Govt launches $12mil reo program
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    Te Ahu o Te Reo: Govt launches $12mil reo program

    Today, Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis launched Te Ahu o Te Reo, a $12mil program set to normalise te reo Māori in the classroom.   The announcement was made in front of more than 150 students at an orientation day at Ōtaki Racecourse.  

  5. Video for "Aotearoa's great, but there's so much more" - Rangatahi mull NZDF future
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    "Aotearoa's great, but there's so much more"- Rangatahi mull NZDF future

    Students Teaukutai Devon James Cook and Tanykah Wilson have decided to join the New Zealand Defence Forces when they finish school.  The pair made their decision this week after being put through their paces at a careers experience alongside 38 other students. 

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    Political statement, social commentary or vandalism?

    The statue of British explorer James Cook in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa has become a catalyst for social commentary after being vandalised with the words "Thief Pakeha" and "This is our land" causing heated discussion, both locally and online.

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    150,000 students to benefit from NCEA fee write-off

    Parents and students across Aotearoa will be stoked with news of their NCEA fees being scrapped this morning with previously withheld credits or qualifications now being awarded. 

  8. Video for Family claims son was assaulted by teachers at school
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    Family claims son was assaulted by teachers at school

    A Māori family has taken a complaint to police with allegations that two teachers assaulted their son, who is 12 years old.

  9. Video for Uawa Nui to Tahiti Nui: Tracing ancestral ties to Tupaia
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    Uawa Nui to Tahiti Nui: Tracing ancestral ties to Tupaia

    Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti are taking a 55-strong crew to Tahiti to maintain a cultural connection with the lineage of Tupaia, the Tahitian high priest and great ocean wayfinder who navigated the Endeavour from Tahiti to Aotearoa, where he was hosted by the native Hauiti people of Uawa.   

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    A celebration, or a commemoration?

    National MP Paul Goldsmith wants the fact that Māori and Pākehā did meet, "imperfections and all", to be celebrated through Tuia Encounters 250, which marks 250 years since the arrival of Captain Cook and the Endeavour. The Minister in charge of Tuia 250, Māori-Crown Relations Minister Kelvin Davis says it's a commemoration, not a celebration.

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