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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Concussion
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    Native Affairs – Concussion

    Jordan Kemp was 17-years-old when he collapsed on a rugby field. Jordan collided with a player.  It was the second concussion he'd suffered that season and it would be the last time his rugby family would see him alive.

  2. Video for Iwi gutted by raw sewage spill in Raglan estuary
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    Iwi gutted by raw sewage spill in Raglan estuary

    Raglan local Chloe Hartstone says a five-month ban for shellfish needs to be put in place. This comes after a major sewage pipe burst into the Raglan estuary. Despite warnings, people are still being seen out on the water. 

  3. Video for Native Affairs - Surfs Up
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    Native Affairs- Surfs Up

    Eddie Rare must be the youngest 75-year-old in the country.  There's just no stopping this kaumatua who's been riding the waves along the East Coast for more than half a century.  Renee Kahukura-Iosefa shares this story.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Costly Alternative
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    Native Affairs- Costly Alternative

    Research is underway to evaluate the effectiveness of massive doses of Vitamin C in treating cancer patients. Native Affairs reporter Billie Jo Hohepa-Ropiha meet two Māori cancer sufferers who, despite the reservations of the medical profession, are believers.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Stillbirth
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    Native Affairs- Stillbirth

    This Native Affairs story comes with a warning because It covers a very sensitive kaupapa. Henrietta Turner was 38 weeks pregnant with her second child, when she was told he had died. Henrietta had planned a caesarean section. But when the baby died the C-section was cancelled and Henrietta had to deliver naturally. What happened next has led to a complaint being laid with the Health and Disability Commissioner - and an inquiry conducted by the Waikato Hospital.

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    PATU Aotearoa take steps to fight obesity

    PATU Aotearoa has held its inaugural PATU at Pania Event in Napier this morning. More than 300 people from different parts of the country turned up to promote living an active lifestyle that will help reduce obesity amongst whānau.

  7. Video for Relevance of sexual education in schools
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    Relevance of sexual education in schools

    Should there be a different approach to sex education in NZ schools? It comes in the wake of statistics which show up to one in three girls will be subjected to an unwanted sexual experience by the age of 16 years.

  8. Video for New Māori fitness centre opened in Brisbane
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    New Māori fitness centre opened in Brisbane

    To Australia now where a new fitness and health centre has recently opened its doors to the many living in Queensland. A vivacious Māori woman from Manutuke near Gisborne is its owner-operator and is giving it her all to ensure it achieves great success.

  9. Video for Report offers alternative solutions to curb violence
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    Report offers alternative solutions to curb violence

    According to recommendations from the Family Violence Death Review Committee, practitioners need to proactively make sure victims are safe, and focus on the person using violence. These are just some of the many recommendations the committee has suggested to curb violence. 

  10. Video for Dentist encourages all marae to be sugar-free
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    Dentist encourages all marae to be sugar-free

    Dentist Rob Beaglehole is calling for a ban on sugary drinks, not only at schools but also at the marae. At the Childhood Obesity Health Seminar in Te Puke, diet experts are saying sugar is killing Māori. 

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