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  1. Video for Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry
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    Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry

    Educationalists from around the country gathered in Auckland for Tuia Te Ako, an event which aims to strengthen Māori learner success. The event has attracted a number of sectors including teachers and training practitioners.

  2. Video for Record high employment rates among Māori
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    Record high employment rates among Māori

    Employment rates among Māori are the highest they've ever been according to new statistics, especially among rangatahi.

  3. Video for Māori Television union staff to strike
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    Māori Television union staff to strike

    E tū union members at Māori Televison will walk off the job for 24 hours on August 8 to protest alleged unfair and discriminatory treatment.

  4. Video for Life-changing drivers' licence programme in high demand
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    Life-changing drivers' licence programme in high demand

    Tairawhiti REAP has become so popular that it's looking for funding to expand.

  5. Video for Business shouldn't fear domestic violence act -Warehouse CEO
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    Business shouldn't fear domestic violence act-Warehouse CEO

    The CEO of New Zealand's largest retail group, The Warehouse, says the new domestic violence act is more cost-effective for businesses in the long run. Pejman Okhovat says employers shouldn't be reluctant to embrace the Domestic Violence Victims Protection Act, which allows victims up to 10 days paid leave.

  6. Video for New law passed to allow victims of domestic violence 10 days leave
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    New law passed to allow victims of domestic violence 10 days leave

    Parliament has passed the Domestic Violence Victims' Protection Bill which will provide up to ten days' paid leave a year and flexible working arrangements to help deal with the impacts of the violence.

  7. Video for Bias in govt agencies a barrier to Māori single mums
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    Bias in govt agencies a barrier to Māori single mums

    Minister for Women Julie Anne Genter says Māori solo mums experience a number of barriers to returning to work including unconscious bias treatment by government agencies. 

  8. Video for 4000 govt staff to strike again today
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    4000 govt staff to strike again today

    Up to 4000 government workers will walk off the job for a second strike today to protest against pay levels and work hours.

  9. Video for Over 1,400 offenders put into employment
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    Over 1,400 offenders put into employment

    Around 70 released prisoners per month are being placed into employment under a government initiative. The programme is designed to help remove some of the barriers released offenders face when trying to turn their lives around. 

  10. Video for Central and local govt team up to improve youth employment
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    Central and local govt team up to improve youth employment

    A new partnership will focus on education, rangatahi mentoring, driver licensing and health.

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