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  1. Video for A new art exhibition to showcase turnaround of some Rotorua taiohi
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    A new art exhibition to showcase turnaround of some Rotorua taiohi

    A Rotorua based Iwi-run alternative education whānau is changing the way some of the city's troubled mainstream rangatahi view schooling. Kōkiri will display 20 paintings by some of its youth in an exhibition called Tenei Au, as a showcase of the positive turn around.

  2. Video for Whiting and his late wife re-united in death
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    Whiting and his late wife re-united in death

    Master carver Clifford Hamilton Whiting ONZ and the ashes of his late wife Heather have been buried together by his home people in Te Kaha. Whiting's wife died in 2011 and his whānau say today was the fulfilment of their mutual wish.

  3. Video for First public toi exhibition by Māori arts exponent Todd Couper
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    First public toi exhibition by Māori arts exponent Todd Couper

    Tauranga's general public have been given the rare opportunity to view the first exhibition by contemporary Māori art exponent Todd Couper (Rongomaiwahine, Ngāti Kahungunu). The Toi Mauri exhibition is made up of 35 taonga, over half are on loan from overseas, especially for the occasion.

  4. Video for Mana wahine will boost Māori business - FOMA
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    Mana wahine will boost Māori business- FOMA

    More than 100 Māori women were inspired by ladies at the top of their career game through FOMA's annual Māori Women's Leadership Summit. The aim is to grow the number of Māori women leaders amongst positive shifts in the business sector towards gender and cultural diversity.

  5. Video for Battalion soldier William Hei Walker remembered as a man of integrity
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    Battalion soldier William Hei Walker remembered as a man of integrity

    Hundreds of mourners converged on Te Kaha's Te Ehutu marae to pay their final respects to the last Te Whānau ā Apanui 28th Māori Battalion, C Company veteran, William Hei Walker. His whānau say his legacy as a humble, hard working backbone of the community lives on.

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    Ex Māori inmate advocates for prison system change

    A former Tongariro prison inmate is advocating for change in the prison system to ensure tikanga Māori for rehabilitation and re-integration of prisoners on release, is properly practised.  Aperahama Anihana claims that tikanga Māori was not being upheld when he was in the prison's Māori unit.

  7. Video for "Māori don't need the Māori seats" - Peters
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    "Māori don't need the Māori seats"- Peters

    Northland MP and NZ First leader in his speech at this year's annual conference to his party's members says "Māori don't need the Māori seats".

  8. Video for Māori primary industries flourish in the Bay of Plenty
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    Māori primary industries flourish in the Bay of Plenty

    Māori have become major players in the Kiwifruit industry according to Te Horipo Karaitiana of the Bay of Connections He Mauri Ohooho Māori economic development strategy. Karaitiana says Māori make up a third of Te Waiariki kiwifruit production.

  9. Video for Ngāti Whakaue kura reo to re-generate proficient speakers
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    Ngāti Whakaue kura reo to re-generate proficient speakers

    Ngāti Whakaue descendants took up the challenge to learn more about their dialect and customs during the first week of the school holidays. They attended the 5th annual Te Kura Reo o Ngāti Whakaue, at Rotorua's Tangatarua marae. 

  10. Video for Ngāti Whakaue-run charter school bosses oppose critics
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    Ngāti Whakaue-run charter school bosses oppose critics

    The managers of Rotorua's Ngāti Whakaue run charter school believe the iwi based partnership school will help lift Māori youth achievement in education. This follows criticism from NZEI Te Riu Roa that the introduction of more charter schools is not the educational solution for Māori or Pacific students.

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