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  1. Video for Gisborne school staff face heavy demand for basic needs for online learning
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    Gisborne school staff face heavy demand for basic needs for online learning

    Gisborne school staff face a heavy demand to provide the basic needs for online learning, such as a computer and wifi.

  2. Video for Tairāwhiti essential workers will receive flu vaccinations this week
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    Tairāwhiti essential workers will receive flu vaccinations this week

    Several hundred essential workers in Tairāwhiti are to receive hundreds of influenza vaccinations from Tūranga Health.

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    Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi Māori-tapa artist wins prestigious award

    Nikau Gabrielle Hindin has been awarded the $10,000 'Dame Doreen’s Gift', which is given to an outstanding maker whose achievements have garnered the admiration and respect of peers, sector leaders and institutions.

  4. Video for Muriwai community takes a stand to stop COVID-19 - 12.30 Newsbreak
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    Muriwai community takes a stand to stop COVID-19- 12.30 Newsbreak

    Locals of the small town of Muriwai on the East Coast are telling outsiders to stay out. New signs have been set to keep their community, which is highly-populated by kaumātua, safe from COVID-19.

  5. Video for Prime Minister refuses to send personnel and resources to Tairawhiti
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    Prime Minister refuses to send personnel and resources to Tairawhiti

    NZ troops return from Iraq yet the Prime Minister’s refusal to send NZ Defense Force personnel and resources to Tairāwhiti. The Gisborne mayor prompts for more manpower to save lives and to ensure whānau stay home.

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    Tairāwhiti's first confirmed case- COVID-19

    A male in his 50s, who recently returned from overseas travel in the United States, has been in self-isolation since returning to New Zealand.

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    Tairāwhiti on lockdown: What you need to know

    Tairāwhiti has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 and The Gisborne District Council (GDC) wants to keep it that way, reiterating the Prime Minister's message for those not in essential services to self-isolate for the next four weeks.

  8. Video for Kuia urges kaumātua to eat raw veges for their immune system
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    Kuia urges kaumātua to eat raw veges for their immune system

    Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Porou to distribute food parcels to their most vulnerable – pakeke/kaumātua.

  9. Video for Tairāwhiti forestry workers run 55kms as they face challenging times
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    Tairāwhiti forestry workers run 55kms as they face challenging times

    Forestry workers feeling the pinch of COVID-19 are backing each other right to the end, running from Tūranganui a Kiwa to Tolaga Bay to promote hauora, wellbeing and mental health.

  10. Video for Logging manager fears the worst as workmates face massive cutbacks
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    Logging manager fears the worst as workmates face massive cutbacks

    Tairāwhiti gets first dibs of the tranche of $100 million announced by the Government to support the redeployment of laid-off workers. Especially for a Tolaga Bay logging business who are facing massive cutbacks next week.  A tranche of $28 million from the relief package will go to Tairāwhiti as almost 300 forestry workers have been out of mahi.

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