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  1. Video for New Māori-led family violence service opens up
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    New Māori-led family violence service opens up

    A Māori-led service has opened with the aim of reducing family violence.

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    Women's Refuge CEO: Family violence incidents going unreported

    New data shows a significant increase in "family harm" incidents across the country, since the commencement of Alert level 4 lockdown on March 26th. Counties/Manukau and Northland are of the most affected regions in the country. 

  3. 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.

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    The Casketeers

    The proprietors of Tipene Funerals are Francis and Kaiora Tipene. This show is full of warmth and humour, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll think about a career in funeral directing.  NO ON DEMAND

  5. Video for Womens rights to an abortion
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    Womens rights to an abortion

    Women's sovereignty over their own bodies was the call today from the hundreds who showed up at parliament grounds in support of women's reproductive rights.   The protesters want to see significant changes to laws pertaining to abortion.  However, some disagree.

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    Caregivers of disabled family members to be paid

    Parents and partners of people with high support needs will soon be paid more to care for their family members as part of changes to funded family care. Pay rates will increase from minimum wage to a rate of between $20.50 and $25.50 per hour.

  7. Video for ActionStation report long overdue for one victim
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    ActionStation report long overdue for one victim

    "I came into the Women's Refuge with two black eyes, a broken nose."  The lack of support for Māori victims of sexual violence following an initial attack has been highlighted in a new report released by ActionStation today.  

  8. Video for Former foster child now cares for others
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    Former foster child now cares for others

    Former foster child Dorah Farrow and her husband Darren have been providing care for young men in Hamilton who have had tough upbringings. 

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    Public feedback sought for family justice reforms

    The independent panel considering the 2014 family justice reforms is now seeking feedback on its proposals from families, workers and others who have used services in the area.

  10. Video for Free event reduces financial stress for low income whānau
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    Free event reduces financial stress for low income whānau

    Keeping the tamariki entertained over the school holidays be financially stressful for parents, but Funfest in Auckland is helping to relieve some of that burden.

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