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  1. Video for Korus Tawha holds the fort at Ihumātao
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    Korus Tawha holds the fort at Ihumātao

    Ihumātao descendant Korus Tawha has been recognised on and off social media for his services to the people demonstrating on his sacred land.

  2. Video for Māori Wardens welcome $3.7mil govt investment
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    Māori Wardens welcome $3.7mil govt investment

    Māori Wardens have received a $3.75mil boost from the government.  They say the funding is very much needed given the expansion of their volunteer roles and responsibilities.

  3. Video for Māori Wardens look to re-establish role within community
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    Māori Wardens look to re-establish role within community

    What does the future hold for Māori Wardens?  Te Puni Kōkiri and the NZ Māori Council are visiting regional chapters around the country to hear from wardens on their aspirations ahead of their national meeting next month.

  4. Video for Govt signs off $1mil funds for Māori Wardens
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    Govt signs off $1mil funds for Māori Wardens

    The Māori Wardens will be focusing on developing opportunities for rangatahi  in education and employment now that the government has signed off the $1mil promised in Budget 2018.

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    NZ Māori Wardens Association takes out Hiwa i Te Rangi Award for Community

    Whether it’s providing support to whanau or assisting rangatahi, the Māori Warden’s contribution to our community is immeasurable. This year, their extraordinary efforts have been recognized at the annual Matariki Awards event, winning the Hiwa i Te Rangi Award for contribution to the community.

  6. Video for Māori Wardens seek operational autonomy
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    Māori Wardens seek operational autonomy

    The dialogue will continue between government, the Māori Council and Māori Wardens to determine whether or not Māori Wardens will be granted operational autonomy. Negotiations about the issue had been delayed by the change of government.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Protecting dairy owners
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    Native Affairs- Protecting dairy owners

    Dairy owners in South Auckland want Māori Wardens to help protect them.

  8. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Crusaders for the homeless
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Crusaders for the homeless

    During the winter Te Puea Mārae in Mangere opened its doors to anyone, of any ethnicity who is homeless. Then at night, a group of Māori wardens and volunteers head out of Te Puea Marae to hit the streets and help anyone who needs it. 

  9. Video for Native Affairs - No place like home
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    Native Affairs- No place like home

    For the past two weeks, Te Puea Mārae in Mangere has opened it's doors to anyone, of any ethnicity who is homeless. Then at night, a group of Māori wardens and volunteers head out of Te Puea Marae to hit the streets and help anyone who needs it. 

  10. Video for Waikato-Tainui support Te Arawa's call  for Māori wards
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    Waikato-Tainui support Te Arawa's call for Māori wards

    Waikato-Tainui gathered at Tāheke Marae in Rotorua for the annual Te Arawa poukai celebration. 

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