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  1. Video for Iwi radio stations receive a $12 million boost
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    Iwi radio stations receive a $12 million boost

    Māori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples has announced there will be a $12 million boost over four years for iwi radio stations. 

  2. Video for Funding assists Māori onto digital highway
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    Funding assists Māori onto digital highway

    The Government has announced a $30 million fund specifically to assist Māori onto the digital highway.

  3. Video for Govt contributes $72 mill to Rotorua lakes clean up
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    Govt contributes $72 mill to Rotorua lakes clean up

    Water quality in the Rotorua lakes area has been given another boost by the government.  But the total costs of the project will be covered over 24 years with a price tag of $144.2 million.  

  4. Video for Winston Peters backs Māori wardens
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    Winston Peters backs Māori wardens

    It's been a murky mess for the Maori Wardens after accusations of government interference by siphoning funding straight into the pocket of Te Puni Kokiri instead of going directly to the Maori Council. 

  5. Video for $30mil distributed by TEC turns heads
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    $30mil distributed by TEC turns heads

    Every year, a pool of $30mil is distributed by the Tertiary Education Commission to centres of research excellence. 

  6. Video for Himona pays it forward
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    Himona pays it forward

    Juanita Himona is on a mission to cook for over 150 people staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Auckland tomorrow.

  7. Video for Parents seek support to comfort disabled daughter
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    Parents seek support to comfort disabled daughter

    Northland parents Te Hiku and Jane Paul are caring for Awhi, their severely disabled daughter who has a rare genetic disease, without assistance or physiotherapy.

  8. Video for Te Kāhui Rongoā push for Govt-backing
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    Te Kāhui Rongoā push for Govt-backing

    Over 100 Māori practitioners have gathered in Rotorua under the umbrella of Te Kāhui Rongoā, a national body charged with protecting, nurturing and promoting traditional healing systems.

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