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  1. Video for Harawira calls for Te Puea chair to recommission old boarding schools for homeless
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    Harawira calls for Te Puea chair to recommission old boarding schools for homeless

    Mana party leader Hone Harawira is calling for Hurimoana Dennis from Te Puea Marae to be paid by the government to recommission old Māori boarding schools to house the homeless.

  2. Video for Haka exponent Kingi Kiriona first time finalist for Maioha Award
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    Haka exponent Kingi Kiriona first time finalist for Maioha Award

    Kapa haka exponent Kingi Kiriona has been named as one of three finalists in this year's Maioha Award category of the APRA Scroll awards for his innovative remix composition of Atua Whiowhio that blends haka and hip hop, performed by his popular haka group Te Iti Kahurangi.

  3. Video for Late Archbishop Brown Turei remembered at Coronation
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    Late Archbishop Brown Turei remembered at Coronation

    On day two of King Tuheitia's 11th Coronation celebrations tribes from around the country arrived en mass to Tūrangawaewae. Some of Māoridom's leaders who have passed away during the year were remembered, such as Anglican Māori Archbishop William Brown Turei.

  4. Video for Return to the River fushion showcase to feature at Māori King's 11th Coronation
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    Return to the River fushion showcase to feature at Māori King's 11th Coronation

    Return to the River is a new musicale fushion by Rakaumangamanga School, that tells the journey of Te Puea Herangi in establishing Tuurangawaewae. It will showcase at the 11th Coronation anniversary of Kiingi Tuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero VII this week.

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    NATIVE AFFAIRS- Locking Up Māori

    A Department of Corrections spokesman admits the justice system is stacked against Māori. Māori make up 14 percent of the population. Yet, the current statistics are 51% of male prisoners are Māori and 57% of female prisoners are Māori. As a group, Māori have one of the highest rates of imprisonment in the developed world.

  6. Video for Maniapoto step closer to settling treaty claim
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    Maniapoto step closer to settling treaty claim

    Ngāti Maniapoto is progressing toward settling their treaty claim. Their Agreement in Principle includes a co-governance arrangement with councils over waterways. 

  7. Video for National's policy creates boot camps for youth offenders
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    National's policy creates boot camps for youth offenders

     Labour says National's policy to create a new boot camp for youth offenders is excessively harsh. The policy also aims to hold negligent parents to account.

  8. Video for "Reo-rua Rotorua" - NZ's first bilingual city
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    "Reo-rua Rotorua"- NZ's first bilingual city

    Rotorua has become the country's first bilingual city with some business of the Māori tourist hotspot adopting bilingual initiatives such as signage and menus. 

  9. Video for Students back Te Awanuiārangi push for indigenous-university status
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    Students back Te Awanuiārangi push for indigenous-university status

    Some Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi students are backing the wānanga's push to be recognised as an indigenous university, despite opposition from mainstream universities. 

  10. Video for Historic signing to transfer ownership of Te Puia to Te Arawa iwi
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    Historic signing to transfer ownership of Te Puia to Te Arawa iwi

    Te Arawa subtribes Wahiao Tūhourangi and Ngāti Whakaue are celebrating the historic signing of an investing agreement with the Crown that will see the ownership of Rotorua's Te Puia Māori Arts and Craft Institute transferred to them.

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