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  1. Video for Māori centre stage at Volcano Bay opening
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    Māori centre stage at Volcano Bay opening

    Māori songstress Maisey Rika and Pounamu Performing Arts members took centre stage in the opening of Universal Orlando Studio's new water theme park, Volcano Bay. The ceremony was live streamed and has had over 800,000 views on Facebook alone.  

  2. Video for We want a torrent not a trickle - Poverty action group
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    We want a torrent not a trickle- Poverty action group

    Action groups against poverty say the 2017 budget is not enough to lift the country's most needy whānau out of poverty. Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) and Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) believe the boost for low-income families in this year's Budget won't do enough to make a real difference. 

  3. Video for TAHUA 2017: Fears budget won't meet mental health needs
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    TAHUA 2017: Fears budget won't meet mental health needs

    Mental health has received a $224mil boost for mental health services. Te Kāea spoke with some Māori mental health workers who are concerned that the money won't be directed to the right areas within the sector.

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    Panekiretanga students learn about Irish language methods

    Around 40 Panekiretanga graduates are traveling around Europe to learn about the state of indigenous languages in several countries. The graduates are members of the academy of Māori language excellence in Hamilton. 

  5. Video for Māori actress, artist and dancer honoured at investitures
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    Māori actress, artist and dancer honoured at investitures

    Māori Actress Rima Te Wiata and sculptor Professor Robert Jahnke were amongst a group of prominent New Zealanders whose achievements were celebrated at Government House in Wellington today. The investiture ceremonies also recognised five New Zealanders for acts of bravery.

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    Māori Nurses want $2.3 bil returned to health budget

    The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) is calling for $2.3 billion to be put back into health funding at this year's budget. Deputy kaiwhakahaere Titihuia Pakeho says figures released by the Council of Trade Unions shows a huge cumulative funding gap since 2009/2010, which has hindered basic care treatment of patients. 

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    $74.6m to develop tech-savvy Aotearoa businesses

    This year the Government is injecting $74.6 million into increasing demand for research and development projects. The money will boost "Growth Grants" distributed by Callaghan Innovation. 

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    World Health organisations oppose revived TPP talks

    Māori health workers along with international health organisations are calling on the remaining trade ministers of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement to stop revival talks.  Trade Minister Todd McClay is co-chair of talks on the next steps for TPP 11 at the annual APEC summit taking place in Hanoi this weekend.

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    Call for more Māori social services funding

    Health Minister Johnathan Coleman has confirmed the budget will include new funding for mental health and addiction services as part of its Social Investment Package. However, the NZ Drug Foundation says unless funding is doubled it won't scratch the surface in terms of the growing need for support, particularly among Māori.

  10. Video for Dr Meihana Durie continuing the legacy of his father
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    Dr Meihana Durie continuing the legacy of his father

    Māori health and cultural academic Dr Meihana Durie (Rangitāne, Ngāti Kauwhata, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Porou, Rongo Whakaata, Ngāi Tahu) has been appointed as the head of Massey's Māori Studies unit, Te Pūtahi-ā-Toi (School of Māori Art, Knowledge and Education). In doing so, continuing the legacy left by father Sir Mason Durie.

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