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  1. Video for State of emergency declared in Samoa over measles epidemic
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    State of emergency declared in Samoa over measles epidemic

    It comes after six measles deaths have occurred and at least 700 measles cases have been reported.

  2. Video for Uncovering New Zealand's shameful history
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    Uncovering New Zealand's shameful history

    A short film inspired by the poem 'Blackbird' highlighting cheap labour and "slavery" among Māori and Pasifika is set to be released this week. Director Onehou Strickland from Te Teko says, “a lot of people don’t think that we had our own slave trade.”

  3. Video for Connecting Pacific communities through their taonga
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    Connecting Pacific communities through their taonga

    Since 2016, more than 5,600 Pacific taonga have been shared with Pacific communities as a part of the Auckland Museum's Pacific Collections Access Project (PCAP). Auckland Museum Tumuaki - Director of Māori and Pacific Development Linnae Pohatu says these objects are now much richer because they have been re-connected to their people through this work.

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    Andrews-Nahu adds another gold to collection

    It is day six of the Pacific Games and New Zealand are now sitting at number seven on the medals table with a total of 13 medals.

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    Mum, son place at Heiva Tu’aro Maohi 2019

    Mother and son duo from Ngāti Rangitihi, Ngāti Hē and Ngāti Awa have placed in the first Heiva Tu’aro Maohi event in Paoafi, Tahiti.

  6. Video for Waikato-Tainui share economic expertise with Pacific nations
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    Waikato-Tainui share economic expertise with Pacific nations

    Sharing information on utilising land as an economic resource was the aim of a conference at the Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development.  It’s an initiative run by the Pacific Cooperation Foundation, who have brought eight Pacific nations to meet with Waikato-Tainui.

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    Māori artist collective eager to revive customary Māori sewing

    A collective of wāhine Māori artists, eager to revive customary Māori sewing techniques, is in Paris this weekend for a prestigious art symposium.

  8. Video for Vanuatu revives coffee industry four years post Cyclone Pam
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    Vanuatu revives coffee industry four years post Cyclone Pam

    Vanuatu is reviving its coffee industry one batch at a time, four years after Cyclone Pam destroyed 90 percent of Tanna Island's coffee plantations, devastating the livelihoods of local farmers.

  9. Video for Solomon Islands’ youth seek new paths to employment
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    Solomon Islands’ youth seek new paths to employment

    Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters discussed employment opportunities in the Solomon Islands and met with Youth trying to carve new job opportunities for their future.

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    Peters in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu for Pacific Reset

    Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters is in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu this week for the Pacific Reset.

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