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  1. Video for Poverty numbers fall but Māori and Pasifika still hit hardest
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    Poverty numbers fall but Māori and Pasifika still hit hardest

    Households with disabilities are also twice as likely to be living in impoverished situations in comparison with Pākehā. 

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    Vaccine rollout must be 'positive experience' for whānau

    Māori providers are "ready to go", says Turuki Health Care CEO Te Puea Winiata.

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    Bumper honey exports boost for Māori interests

    Overseas demand for natural products during the Covid-19 pandemic is said to be behind the export growth. 

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    Tourism operator happy with top-10 list of Māori tourism businesses

    The list comes just as tourism businesses have been hit hard by border restrictions as a result of Covid-19

  5. Video for Māori unemployment on the rise amidst Covid-19 lockdown
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    Māori unemployment on the rise amidst Covid-19 lockdown

    Economist says they were shocked when he looked at the unemployment statistics.

  6. Video for Māori music no longer a 'sprinkling', needs to be put in the spotlight - IA Music
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    Māori music no longer a 'sprinkling', needs to be put in the spotlight- IA Music

    The band is ready to have taonga pūoro at the front in the spotlight, as they release a new waiata called Orourangi.

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    Dr. Mānuka Henare dies, aged 78

    Hundreds gathered at Te Unga Waka today to pay respect. 

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    Project to train detector dogs to sniff out disease in beehives

    Dogs can inspect 20 hives in two minutes. An inspector will take more than an hour.

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    Bold innovator inspired by her Māori and Chinese ancestry

    Jaime Kapa (Tainui) has created a unique typeface inspired by her Māori and Chinese heritage.

  10. Video for Ngarewa-Packer tells government to stop 'double standard' apologies
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    Ngarewa-Packer tells government to stop 'double standard' apologies

    The government was quick to apologise to the Muslim community yesterday but Māori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer says the government response to legislated attacks on Māori, such as the invasion of Parihaka, require the same swift action. 

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