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  1. Video for Mainstream health practitioners turning to indigenous health models
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    Mainstream health practitioners turning to indigenous health models

    The health disparities between indigenous and western peoples are increasing and now mainstream practitioners are looking to indigenous models to close the gap. 

  2. Video for Māori risk safety with haka at Standing Rock
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    Māori risk safety with haka at Standing Rock

    At the risk of their own safety, a group of Māori performed haka at the frontline of the Osceti Sakowin camp in America. A group of six Māori have been at the camp since last Sunday, in support the Standing Rock’s Sioux tribes’ opposition to the Dakota pipeline.  Kereama Te Ua and some Māori women went to pray at the frontline where authorities were positioned yesterday, (Thanksgiving Day).

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    Hundreds pour into Standing Rock ahead of Thanksgiving

    Hundreds of people continue to pour into the front-line Oceti Sakowin Camp, despite calls from the Mayor of Bismark to those opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline to return home for Thanksgiving.  Marcus Lloyd (Ngāti Porou) who is at Standing Rock says the people here won't leave, instead more vehicles are arriving in support the Standing Rock's Sioux tribe.

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    Father of severely injured woman condemns behaviour of authorities in North Dakota

    The father of a woman severely injured in a confrontation between armed authorities and people in opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline says if the violent behaviour of authorities isn’t stopped “people will die.”

  5. Video for Water cannons turned on Dakota Access Pipeline 'riot'
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    Water cannons turned on Dakota Access Pipeline 'riot'

    The head medic of the Oceti Sakowin camp in North Dakota says 167 people including three elders were injured when those opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline were sprayed with water cannons by armed authorities in America. Medics also say seven people were hospitalised with severe head injuries.

  6. Video for Protesters in Dakota blasted with water in freezing conditions
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    Protesters in Dakota blasted with water in freezing conditions

    The Head Medic of the Oceti Sakowin camp in North Dakota says 167 people including 3 elders were injured when those opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline were sprayed with what were described as "water cannons" by armed authorities yesterday.

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    National Day of solidarity for supporters of Standing Rock

    Indigenous and environmental protection groups across America have called for a national day of solidarity for all supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux in their battle to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – Indigenous support for Standing Rock
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    Native Affairs – Indigenous support for Standing Rock

    A global movement has grown in support of Native Americans opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline. People from across the United States and the world have either joined the resistance in person or through social media. One of few news media to constantly report on what's been happening at Standing Rock is APTN, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network in Canada. APTN Executive Show Producer Naomi Clarke was in the studio with Native Affairs.

  9. Video for Māori businesses concerned about Trump trade policy
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    Māori businesses concerned about Trump trade policy

    The FOMA Executive member for Te Taitokerau Peter Tipene is concerned the new US president-elect Donald Trump will hinder future trade with the US. Te Kāea was at the 29th annual FOMA Conference in Hamilton today.

  10. Video for Mass Mataatua haka to support Standing Rock Sioux
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    Mass Mataatua haka to support Standing Rock Sioux

    More than 300 people from around the Bay of Plenty gathered at Whakatāne today to take part in a mass haka in support of the Sioux Tribe's protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in America. It's the latest of numerous haka performances that have been spreading the word on social media about the crisis facing an American Indian Tribe and their treaty rights.

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