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  1. Video for Mangahāwea: The first site of human settlement in NZ?
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    Mangahāwea: The first site of human settlement in NZ?

    Moa bones, obsidian, and traditional tā moko instruments have been found at a small Bay of Islands inlet- believed to be the first known settlement in New Zealand. 

  2. Video for Māori faith stalwart Wally Hayward dies
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    Māori faith stalwart Wally Hayward dies

    Tributes are flowing for Māori faith stalwart Wally Hayward of Ngāpuhi who died aged 84 years old. The founding member of the Māori Evangelical Fellowship and Prison Chaplin passed away on Wednesday, following a stroke. 

  3. Video for $70mil Waikato chicken hatchery employs locals
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    $70mil Waikato chicken hatchery employs locals

    Waikato marae clusters Ngā Muka Development Trust and Waahi Whānui are backing the new American $70mil chicken hatchery at Whangape near Huntly, which will supply to 10 percent of the world's markets.  Ngā Muka Chair Glen Tupuhi says the plant has provided jobs for locals. 

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    2019: International Year of Indigenous Languages

    The United Nations has named 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages to preserve, revitalise and promote the world's languages.  Māori language expert Tawhirimatea Williams says preservation of any language starts in the home.

  5. Video for Day Two sees first winners for Midgets
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    Day Two sees first winners for Midgets

    Day two on Lake Karāpiro has produced the first winners from the midgets section at the 30th Waka Ama National Sprint Championship. Te Pahou from YMP Waka Ama are this year's midget W6 boys winners.  While Mareikura Wacky Waka from Marekura Waka Ama won both the W6 and W16.

  6. Video for New Pātaka Kai offers MSD, Oranga Tamariki services
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    New Pātaka Kai offers MSD, Oranga Tamariki services

    A new South Auckland community Pātaka Kai is offering MSD and Oranga Tamariki services along with free food and personal essentials.  Co-founder Liz Kiriona says they are the first to do so, to meet the multiple needs of their community.

  7. Video for Stretched services call for more funding
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    Stretched services call for more funding

    Auckland Women’s Refuge are calling for more government funding to ensure they can adequately assist the thousands affected by family violence.  Advocacy Supporter Megan Grace says Christmas is the busiest time of the year for Women’s Refuges and resources are stretched.

  8. Video for Call for seasonal workers to receive living wage
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    Call for seasonal workers to receive living wage

    The Amalgamated Workers Union (AWUNZ) says the government should pay the living wage to seasonal orchard workers.  The living wage is the income necessary to provide workers and their families with the basic necessities of life.

  9. Video for Māori Kiwifruit Orchard anticipate worker shortage
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    Māori Kiwifruit Orchard anticipate worker shortage

    A Tauranga-based Māori kiwifruit orchard is taking action to attract more fruit pickers to address the shortfall of workers they are anticipating during harvest that starts in March.

  10. Video for Māori call for cultural appropriation to stop
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    Māori call for cultural appropriation to stop

    A call from Māori Trademarks advisor Karaitiana Taiuru for New Zealand business to stop Māori cultural appropriation is being supported by some Māori.  The BP and The Warehouse are among some business Taiuru has identified.

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