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  1. Video for Three decades of service - still unable to make a living
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    Three decades of service- still unable to make a living

    Striking Waikato Hospital worker Joe Bryan is only receiving above the minimum wage after serving 27 years in his job.  He says the Waikato DHB is failing their lowest paid workers.

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    New rangatahi addiction pilot programme launched

    A new programme looking to tackle alcohol and drug issues amongst Māori and Pasifika teens was launched in Auckland.  The pilot, called Ease Up, will be delivered by Emerge Aotearoa in collaboration with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.

  3. Video for Te Tairāwhiti rangatahi call on community to be Smokefree
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    Te Tairāwhiti rangatahi call on community to be Smokefree

    Today is the international smokefree day and rangatahi in the Gisborne area, with support of the Tairawhiti Smokefree Collective, are encouraging their community to be smokefree, as Te Tairāwhiti hosts the highest rates of smoking in New Zealand.

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    Petrol station goes tobacco free to help people quit

    A petrol station in Kaupakapaka will stop selling tobacco on World Smokefree day today in a bid to help community members quit smoking. 

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    Whānau Ora gets $80 million boost

    "This is the most significant boost to Whānau Ora since 2009" - John Tamihere, CEO of Te Whānau o Waipareira.

  6. Video for Whānau support drives Wainohu to succeed
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    Whānau support drives Wainohu to succeed

    Champion Waka Ama paddler Gaibreill Wainohu has been named as a finalist in the 2019 Matariki Awards for the Te Whetū Maiangi Award for Young Achievers category.

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    Opinion: What our tamariki really need when it comes to sexual violence support

    The government recently announced a $320mil investment in family and sexual violence support services.  But as a survivor, Te Ao reporter Jessica Tyson says Māori whānau need to step up to address the issue.

  8. Video for Te Arawa man climbs Sky Tower in honour of friend lost to cancer
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    Te Arawa man climbs Sky Tower in honour of friend lost to cancer

    Ngahihi Bidois climbed the 1103 steps to honour his close friend Darcy Hunter Jr who passed away from blood cancer in 2017.

  9. Video for Tūranga Health empowers community through DIY
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    Tūranga Health empowers community through DIY

    As the winter chill approaches, an iwi-based organisation, Tūranga Health on the East Coast, is teaching families in rural communities the DIY skills they need to improve and future-proof their own homes.

  10. Video for Wairoa community calls for help dealing with meth epidemic
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    Wairoa community calls for help dealing with meth epidemic

    Meth is taking its toll on the community of Wairoa, where grandmothers are now taking it upon themselves to care for their grandchildren.  The questions is, who is supporting them?

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