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    Waikato rangatahi filled with new confidence about future

    The rangatahi aged 14-18 who were disengaged from school are receiving positive feedback about their achievements after completing a programme that is helping them get work-ready and into jobs.

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    Missing Huntly 9-year-old found safe and well

    The young girl went missing Saturday afternoon.

  3. Video for 17-year-old launches book about maramataka Māori
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    17-year-old launches book about maramataka Māori

    Maahina encourages rangatahi to take an interest in the stars and the moon to heal themselves.

  4. Video for Huntly kaiako making distance learning work
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    Huntly kaiako making distance learning work

    One kaiako from Te Wharekura o Rākaumangamanga in Huntly explains how she is juggling delivering distance learning with over 100 students, as well as catering to her son's learning needs at home.

  5. Video for Tainui kapa haka regionals postponed till August
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    Tainui kapa haka regionals postponed till August

    The Tainui Kapa Haka Regionals have been postponed after a hui was held late last night.  A new date of Saturday 29 August has been agreed upon.

  6. Video for Gang violence not welcome in Huntly, as locals speak out
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    Gang violence not welcome in Huntly, as locals speak out

    The terrifying scenes of a gang brawl in Huntly have spurred locals to stand up against violence. The fight involved members of the Mongrel Mob and Black Power.

  7. Video for Huntly Kuia shaves head for Daffodil Day
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    Huntly Kuia shaves head for Daffodil Day

    Waireti Kaihe (Waikato, Ngāpuhi) is a volunteer at the St Johns opportunity shop in Huntly. In the spirit of Daffodil Day, the 76-year-old former educator, shaved her hair to raise money for the New Zealand Cancer Society. 

  8. Video for "Rest, and eat" - Champion Waka Ama paddler's plan after winning Long Distance title
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    "Rest, and eat"- Champion Waka Ama paddler's plan after winning Long Distance title

    The 13th Takapuna Beach Cup wrapped up today on the North Shore. Shannon Moon and Manutea Milon won the 24km Relay V1 rudderless race. 

  9. Video for One club, nine teams in midgets
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    One club, nine teams in midgets

    Raahui Pookeka has managed to get nine crews in the midgets today, this is also their ninth year competing at nationals.

  10. Video for Loyalists hit back at King's former advisor
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    Loyalists hit back at King's former advisor

    One of Māoridom's oldest national movements, the Kiingitanga, is attracting media attention for all the wrong reasons.  It's been around for 160 years and this weekend marks the 12th year since Kingi Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero VII took over the mantle from his mother.  However, his leadership is being questioned.

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