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    Māori unite in hui today to discuss inquiry into Oranga Tamariki

    Māori leaders from across Aotearoa are set to pour into Māngere today to attend a hui to discuss the inquiry into Oranga Tamariki and the practices of state removal of children.

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    Marae in Ihumātao to host wānanga celebrating indigenous wāhine

    The creator of NUKU, a media storytelling series which profiles 100 indigenous women, is set to expand her project with a wānanga celebrating wāhine toa. The event will be packed with kōrero, kai and wānanga on rāranga and rongoā Māori.

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    Update: Man charged after Māngere death, stabbing

    Counties Manukau Police have charged a 46-year-old man with attempted murder in connection with a homicide investigation that was launched last night.  Police are continuing to piece together the tragic circumstances that occurred at a commercial address in Māngere yesterday afternoon.

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    Māori mothers to benefit from new South Auckland 'safe haven'

    A "long overdue" birthing centre, Ngā Hau Māngere, has opened today in a bid to reduce demand for maternity beds at Middlemore Hospital.

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    27th Portage Crossing retraces tūpuna steps

    Waka ama paddlers will take part in the annual Portage Crossing race this Saturday, where they will retrace an 800-year-old route that was established by Tainui warriors following their arrival from Tahiti.

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    NUKU success on the horizon

    Hundreds come to celebrate the launch of NUKU, a creative storytelling series about “kickass indigenous women doing things differently”.

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    From Māngere to New York City

    Angela Watene works at one of the world's biggest accountancy firms in New York City and is one of the first wāhine to feature in the new NUKU series, which celebrates indigenous women.

  8. Video for Unprecedented demand for Sallies Xmas emergency aid
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    Unprecedented demand for Sallies Xmas emergency aid

    Te Puea marae chair Hurimoana Dennis is not surprised at the unprecedented demand for Salvation Army emergency aid this Christmas. Sallies have helped a nearly 16,000 children with parcels during the festive season, and Dennis says it’s the result of multiple issues.

  9. Video for Govt challenged to open xmas purse strings for needy
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    Govt challenged to open xmas purse strings for needy

    The manager of MUMA Whānau Ora says they are unable to meet the demand of whānau coming to Ngā Whare Waatea Marae in South Auckland to receive emergency food parcels.  Veronica Henare says hundreds will go without this festive season and is challenging the government to open its purse strings to help.

  10. Video for John the Baptist preaches te reo in Māngere
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    John the Baptist preaches te reo in Māngere

    English baptist preacher John Catmur is on a mission to preach about the goodness of te reo.  Inspired by a call from God, John moved from England to Aotearoa in 2007 to minister in Māngere, South Auckland. 

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