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  1. Video for Further push for more rehab beds
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    Further push for more rehab beds

    The NZ Drug Foundation wants to alleviate the growing concern from mental health workers and families seeking rehabilitation services but say more funding is needed to tackle rising requests for help. 

  2. Video for Whānau Māori feels effects of Cyclone Debbie
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    Whānau Māori feels effects of Cyclone Debbie

    Cyclone Debbie is now a tropical low, though conditions are still very hazardous over far North Queensland, as it slowly tracks inland. Jass Adlam (Ngāpuhi, Te Ati Awa) and her whānau live in Mackay, one of the coastal towns that felt the brunt of the ex-tropical cyclone says the storm last night was a lot scarier. 

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Speaking Out
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    Native Affairs – Speaking Out

    Lara Wharepapa-Bridger created a media storm earlier this year when she accused Sir Peter Leitch of racism after an encounter at a Waiheke Island winery.

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    First resource to prevent male Māori suicide launched

    The first ever resource booklet by Māori aimed at supporting whānau and rohe (regions) in their efforts to prevent suicide amongst Māori men has been launched.

  5. Video for Hawaiians aim to develop their Ke Ku’Ula Leo initiative with Māori
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    Hawaiians aim to develop their Ke Ku’Ula Leo initiative with Māori

    A Hawaiian language expert Kaliko Baker is looking at the Māori Language School of Excellence as a blueprint for a school of Hawaiian language excellence. His aspirations were expressed at the He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference in Hamilton. 

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    Massey University welcomes first ever Maōri Chancellor Michael Ahie

    The new Chancellor of Massey University, Michael Ahie (Taranaki, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) has been welcomed onto the Manawatū campus.

  7. Video for Dispute over Corrections $10, 000 OIA request bill
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    Dispute over Corrections $10, 000 OIA request bill

    Prison advocacy group No Pride in Prisons is disputing a OIA request fee by Corrections of nearly $10,000. Spokesperson Emilie Rākete says their request to release reports into human rights abuse in New Zealand prisons is of public interest and should be met by the department.

  8. Video for AROHA17 Festival targets youth suicide prevention
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    AROHA17 Festival targets youth suicide prevention

    This years AROHA17 Festival is aimed at helping youth deal with mental wellness. The 10 day event kicked off last night with a film awards and organiser Mika Haka Foundation says the events will provide a space for young people to discuss suicide prevention.

  9. Video for Mataora celebrates Māori King's 10yr anniversary
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    Mataora celebrates Māori King's 10yr anniversary

    Former Katchafire member Haani Totorewa will showcase his new facial tattoo at this weekend Marley NZ All-Stars tribute concert.  He says the tribute will also honour King Tuheitia's 10 year reign.

  10. Video for Over 500 bikers ride Waikato roads against suicide
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    Over 500 bikers ride Waikato roads against suicide

    Over 500 bikers took to the roads of Waikato as part of  Riders Against Teenage Suicide RATS.  Organisers, Ngāruawāhia based Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club say the campaign was supported by Waikato-Tainui as part of their goal to stop teenage suicide.

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