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  1. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – A Single Issue
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – A Single Issue

    With 2016 just around the corner, for some of you quitting smoking will be high on the New Year's resolutions list, and for one group of Māori women they're ruing the day they started, after allegedly being sold single cigarettes. 

  2. Video for Kuia worried smart meter is affecting her health
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    Kuia worried smart meter is affecting her health

    In the Northland region there are growing concern over the introduction of smart meters by power companies into homes. The smart meters measure power usage with some consumers experiencing a hefty rise in their power bills as well as certain illnesses believed to be caused by these machines.

  3. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Just Do You
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Just Do You

    When Jacqui Barrett's son turned six he was already taller than his mum. Jacqui, from Ngāti Maniapoto, is a dwarf, although she prefers the term "little person". She's a motivational writer, blogger and public speaker. 

  4. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Relieving the Itch
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Relieving the Itch

    Over the coming weeks, we'll revisit some of the biggest, best and brightest stories from 2015.  Our first story tonight caught the attention of so many of you at home, almost more than any other story this year.

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    St John hopes to implement marae CPR initiative

    An annual report released by St John has revealed Māori were over represented in statistics for cardiac arrest. St John Medical Director Tony Smith says more education needs to be available on marae throughout the country. 

  6. Video for Free dental treatments to spread the Christmas cheer
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    Free dental treatments to spread the Christmas cheer

    A Napier dental surgery is doing its bit to lighten the load this Christmas, by opening its clinic to a day of free dental treatments for as many people as they could see in a day. Hundreds lined the block waiting for their turn. 

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    Youth use social media apps to battle smoking

    Stop smoking campaigns do everything possible to deter or stop youth from taking up the habit. Youth now live in a digital era and health providers are tasked with the challenge of connecting with them through social media. It’s a challenge Counties Mankuau Health has taken on board and today at the Mangere Arts centre, they’ve launched their first social media exhibition.

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    International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2015

    People around the world celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disabilities today.  A day encouraging their inclusion into society and not leaving them as outsiders.

  9. Video for Kāingaroa community on the rise despite rocky past
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    Kāingaroa community on the rise despite rocky past

    One of the poorest towns involved in the CNI Settlement is about to undertake an upgrade to their services.  Kāingaroa has had its ups and downs, now it's a community on the rise.

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    Safe Sleep Day aims to educate whānau on safe sleep practice for pēpi

    This Friday 4 December is National Safe Sleep Day across Aotearoa, a campaign developed by Whakawhetū that focuses on promoting safe sleep practices for babies.

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