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  1. Video for Masters graduate dreams of running kura for young māmā
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    Masters graduate dreams of running kura for young māmā

    The dream of one day running a school for teenage mothers is a step closer to becoming a reality for a young Māori mother.  Today, Miria Haora of Ngāti Whātua and Tauranga Moana descent graduated with a Masters of Education degree from Te Wānanga o Raukawa.

  2. Video for Heartland Bank provides rangatahi Māori with lifetime opportunity
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    Heartland Bank provides rangatahi Māori with lifetime opportunity

    Internships for rangatahi Māori at Heartland Bank have been a way to get more Māori involved in the Financial Corporate sector. This Monday, the company will welcome 30 new interns who will follow in the footsteps of eight former interns who moved onto full-time employment in the sector.

  3. Video for Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Otepou celebrate their 125th birthday
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    Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Otepou celebrate their 125th birthday

    A Tauranga school is setting the bar high in teaching New Zealand history, despite the Prime Minister finally making it compulsory. This comes as Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Otepou reached a major milestone.

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    Report reveals severe behavioural issues in Northland

    This week Te Tai Tokerau Principals Association released a 69 page report into severe behavioural issues in primary and intermediate schools in Tai Tokerau.

  5. Video for Teacher aides fight for living wages
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    Teacher aides fight for living wages

    A Tuhoe mother is scared to go shopping in case her card declines. Judith Boynton, 51, a teacher aide in South Auckland who helps children with special needs earns less than the trolley pushers at her local supermarket.

  6. Video for Polytechs struggling to keep doors open
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    Polytechs struggling to keep doors open

    Te Hautū Kahurangi along with polytechnic students and association representatives are angry that two years of appeals to the Labour government have led to nothing more, they say, than promises to review a funding model which has already failed the country's polytechnics.

  7. Video for Aspiring Māori neurosurgeon closer to his dream
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    Aspiring Māori neurosurgeon closer to his dream

    Whiti Hoori is a step closer to pursuing his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon after winning the University of Auckland’s Top Achievers Award.

  8. Video for Northland students dive virtually into kauri knowledge
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    Northland students dive virtually into kauri knowledge

    Northland students get to experience the inner workings of kauri trees via new virtual reality technology. With kauri dieback prevalent in forests across the North, organisers hope students take away a deeper understanding of how they can help curb the disease from spreading.  

  9. Video for Rugby fan and teacher reaps rewards of working in Japan
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    Rugby fan and teacher reaps rewards of working in Japan

    One kaiako reaping the rewards of working overseas is rugby fan Paul Maoate who has been working in Japan for more than 20 years.

  10. Video for Youth Parliament join the fight against suicide
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    Youth Parliament join the fight against suicide

    Eighty-four young New Zealanders between the ages of 10 and 19 died by suicide in the 2018 - 2019 period. Eleven of them were under the age of 15.  These damaging results has lead Tauranga's youth parliament member Moana Anaru Palmer to support the standardised mental health check-ups that's looks to lessen the number of youth suffering from depression. 

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