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  1. Video for NZ Rugby roll out blue concussion cards
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    NZ Rugby roll out blue concussion cards

    The blue card will join its primary colour counterparts on provincial rugby fields this season, to stop players suspected of, or suffering from concussion immediately returning to the game. The concussion card will be rolled out to the 14 largest provincial Rugby Unions.

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    Māori can get melanoma too

    Sun damage can affect anyone, anywhere and in any kind of weather especially in New Zealand,  Melanoma killed 10 Māori last year according to statistics.

  3. Video for Gisborne welcomes visitors with safety stop and free kai
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    Gisborne welcomes visitors with safety stop and free kai

    A compulsory safety stop in Gisborne’s Waioeka Gorge today aimed to refresh travellers and educate them about the dangers of driving with fatigue. Rhythm and Vines attendees, keen campers and families welcomed the hospitality on their journey.

  4. Video for Fire Fighter warns about safety after South Auckland fire
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    Fire Fighter warns about safety after South Auckland fire

    Gary Bear a fire investigator and educational advocate for New Zealand Fire Service has been making an effort to educate families and children on fire safety. His messages are being reinforced this week following the death of three family members in a house fire in South Auckland. 

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    Farmers urged to keep children safe this summer

    Farmers are being encouraged to keep children safe on farms over the school holidays with a heightened risk of accidents on farms.

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    'No power, no water and no access' in Oaro- Solomon

    The small community of Oaro just 15 kilometers south of Kaikoura have been cut off and have no access via roads. Ngaī Tahu Chairman Sir Mark Solomon says like Kaikouroa they will be working to help the people of Oaro.

  7. Video for Kete - Plastic not so Fantastic
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    Kete- Plastic not so Fantastic

    A well-known flax weaver from Te Whakatōhea, Tangimoe Clay claims that the traditional use of kete to collect food is rarely seen today.

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    Native Affairs- A Racist Tax?

    “Racist” is how one academic describes the government's plans to tax tobacco an extra 10% every year, for the next four years. Dr Marewa Glover says despite a decade of tax hikes, there has been no significant drop in Māori smoking rates.  So, the new tax regime will be an unfair burden for Māori smokers.

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    Ten years since the launch of wahakura

    SUDI (Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy) rates have reduced by nearly 30% since the introduction of the wahakura, a Māori safe-sleeping device developed in Gisborne. 

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    Concerns over P testing delays in HNZ home

    NZ First MP Darroch Ball has come to the aid of a Housing New Zealand tenant who suspected her house was contaminated with P. Ball had tests done on Eileen Gilmour's house in Petone today, even though Housing New Zealand told Te Kāea they would have it tested this week.

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