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  1. Video for Prison training scheme aims to secure jobs after jail
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    Prison training scheme aims to secure jobs after jail

    The Department of Corrections is providing employment training initiatives to Paremoremo inmates to help them secure jobs after they're released. But of the 680 inmates at the prison, just 2% of them will move into employment.

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    Iwi supports Correction Department's recruitment of Māori into jobs

    Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust has come out in support of the Corrections Department's recruitment of Maori into careers within the department.  The Trust is working with the Ministry of Social Development and the Department of Corrections to fill some 350 Correction Officer vacancies nationally. 

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    Turia calls Collins ignorant

    Dame Tariana Turia has hit out at the decision by the Department of Corrections to stand down a volunteer with alleged gang connections. 58-year old Ngapari Nui had worked as a kaiwhakamana supporting Māori in prisons.

  4. Video for Community unite in solidarity for homeless
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    Community unite in solidarity for homeless

    Around 1200 are expected to sleep in their cars overnight at Māngere Park in solidarity with homeless families.

  5. Video for Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region
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    Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region

    Māori landowners in Northland have raised concerns over a report that highlights the potential of developing land in the region for uses such as horticulture and agriculture. The report was presented to a Māori Economic Development meeting, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, in Northland.

  6. Video for Huntly coal generator gets an extention
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    Huntly coal generator gets an extention

    Huntly locals are welcoming a decision by Genesis Energy to keep its coal generators open. This means many Māori will be employed for an extra four years.

  7. Video for Otorohanga youth desperate for better jobs
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    Otorohanga youth desperate for better jobs

    Youth in Otorohanga are desperate for better jobs in their area. There was no hesitation in putting the challenge to Prime Minister John Key during his visit to the King Country, where he met with Māori youth and business owners.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - Truckin' Along
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    Native Affairs- Truckin' Along

    It’s a Perth trucking company that despite the challenges of a weakening mining industry is on the road to success. Our Australian correspondent Mātai Smith met a whānau who are taking on all the challenges of the lucky country.

  9. Video for 'They’ve tried to break our spirit financially,' says Talleys worker
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    'They’ve tried to break our spirit financially,' says Talleys worker

    Wairoa meat workers returned to back work this week after a 168-day lockout. Despite two Employment Court rulings in the last three months in favour of the Meat Workers Union, workers say the company still not complying with the judge’s ruling.

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    AFFCO Talleys Wairoa workers to return to work

    After 5 months of being locked out of AFFCO Talleys, Wairoa meat workers will return to work next Monday 22 February.

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