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    Nine Pasifika filmmakers premiere 'Vai' tonight

    The creators of the critically acclaimed film Waru are now set to premiere their newest film, Vai tonight in Auckland.

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    Urutapu ready for 2019

    Urutapu, the unique leadership programme for young Māori women, has put the call out for their 2019 intake. Run by Mad Ave Community Trust, the initiative looks to help these wāhine discover their purpose and aspirations.

  3. Video for Treaty claim to address employment inequities for wāhine Māori
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    Treaty claim to address employment inequities for wāhine Māori

    Te Runanga o Ngā Toa Awhina say they hope to be at the forefront of championing change for Māori women in a new claim lodged with the Waitangi Tribunal which seeks to address Crown failures to address inequities for Māori women in employment.

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    New film promotes Pasifika female empowerment

    The critically acclaimed film Waru was a resounding success and its producers are about to premiere their newest film, Vai.

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    NUKU success on the horizon

    Hundreds come to celebrate the launch of NUKU, a creative storytelling series about “kickass indigenous women doing things differently”.

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    Call to put proposed law changes on hold

    A women's rights group wants the government to put the brakes on proposed law changes that would allow transgender people to self-identify their sex rather than going to court to change their sex on birth certificates, passports and driver licences.

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    Honey Hireme excited about the future of women's sport

    It was a big year for professional women athletes, which saw many top players play in the Inaugural Women’s Premiership under the NRL. One of the stars of that competition was Honey Hireme, she spoke about the year that was and her wishes for the New Year.

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    Miss World Oceania arrives home

    Miss World New Zealand Jess Tyson has returned home after winning the Miss World Oceania title and spending five weeks in China competing against 120 girls from around the world. 

  9. Video for Ride for 'Smear your Mea' from Rotorua to Wellington
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    Ride for 'Smear your Mea' from Rotorua to Wellington

    In February next year a cycling group will cycle from Kauae cemetery in Rotorua to Wellington carrying the message of 'Smear you mea' founder Talei Morrison. Lead by former Māori party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell who says Talei's wanted to have 100% of all Māori performers at Te Matatini to have had checks before they hit the stage and we are going to make that happen.

  10. Video for Haunui waka navigates tides of change
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    Haunui waka navigates tides of change

    After a month on Norfolk Island, traditional voyaging canoe Haunui waka has returned safely to Aotearoa, sailing home across Te Moana Nui a Kiwa with a majority female crew.

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