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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Soul Music in Barcelona

    Native Affairs- Soul Music in Barcelona

    Following her childhood dream, Tamar McLeod Sinclair of Ngāi Tahu left Aotearoa for Barcelona. The singer and pianist now teaches music for a living, sharing her language and culture on the world stage.

  2. Video for Some locals not supportive of overseas investment deal with school

    Some locals not supportive of overseas investment deal with school

    It's a rural school that's been saved from closure by overseas investment.  But locals at the former Te Tii School in Kerikeri aren't supportive of the agreement by the Overseas Investment Office allowing those investors to purchase lands here in New Zealand. 

  3. Video for Native Affairs - Cruising To Success

    Native Affairs- Cruising To Success

    Chef David Reihana was a high school dropout who once washed dishes for a living. Now, he's the corporate travelling chef onboard the largest cruise ship in the world. We were onboard the Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas, to meet the man in charge of 18 restaurants and hundreds of staff.

  4. Video for Māori chef’s cuisine served on the world’s largest cruise ship

    Māori chef’s cuisine served on the world’s largest cruise ship

    Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world it cost $2bil to build and owned by Royal Caribbean. The Corporate Travelling Expert Chef on board is Chef David Reihana from Ngāi Tahu. Māori Television was in Barcelona for the launching of Harmony of Seas.

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    50 people dead after mass shooting in America

    A mass shooting in America has been described by President Barrack Obama as the “most deadly shooting in American History.”

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    Budget 2016- Advocate in favour of increased funding for refugees

    Refugee advocate Murdoch Stephens has rejected claims that settling more refugees in Aotearoa will further disadvantage those in poverty and hopes to see increased funding for refugee resettlement in Budget 2016.

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    NZ delegation en route to Pacific Arts Festival in Guam

    Close to 100 artists and performers representing New Zealand at the 12th Pacific Arts festival leave today for Townsville, Australia en route to Guam where the festival will be held. 

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    MFAT confirms 72 New Zealanders currently registered in Belgium

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has reported that 72 New Zealanders are currently registered on SafeTravel as being in Belgium.

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    120 thousand children directly affected by Cyclone Winston

    At least 120,000 children have been directly affected by tropical Cyclone Winston and UNICEF says its concerns for them are growing.

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    Fiji in State of Emergency following Cyclone Winston

    Fiji is in a state of emergency and concern for the wellbeing of those directly affected and still out of contact continues to grow. 

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