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  1. Video for NZ govt invests in people of Papua New Guinea
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    NZ govt invests in people of Papua New Guinea

    New Zealand is competing for influence in Papua New Guinea on the sidelines of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit amidst growing competition in the Pacific region from China and the US.

  2. Video for Reviving the Tokelauan language
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    Reviving the Tokelauan language

    Tokelau community Leader Rob Lui Tuilave says that Tokelauan Language Week marks a milestone for his culture.

  3. Video for Japan and NZ to work more closely in Pacific  
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    Japan and NZ to work more closely in Pacific  

    Japan and New Zealand will work more closely on Pacific issues to make progress in the region amidst China's influence in the area. Japan's Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono met with Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters today to discuss the next steps. 

  4. Video for Niuean music legend encourages his people to uphold their language
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    Niuean music legend encourages his people to uphold their language

    Renowned Niuean musician, Tigilau Ness, is working on a new single in celebration of this year's Niuean Language Week. The theme 'Niue Child, Nurture and Embrace Vagahau Niue' is something he encourages everyone to support.

  5. Video for PM talks Pacific climate change with UN Secretary General
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    PM talks Pacific climate change with UN Secretary General

    The prime minister is in New York for her first official visit to attend the United Nations General Assembly.  Jacinda Ardern says climate change is high on the agenda and also expects to address issues surrounding women and children.

  6. Video for Endangered Tahitian flower connected to Māori
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    Endangered Tahitian flower connected to Māori

    The tiare apetahi is a rare flower that can only be grown in the Tahitian island of Ra'īatea. Now endangered, the plant is heavily protected, and its legend has a spiritual connection to Māori.

  7. Video for Emerging navigators learn ancient art of way-finding
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    Emerging navigators learn ancient art of way-finding

    24 emerging Maori and Pacific voyagers have been selected to sail on board Haunui Waka to Norfolk Island in September 2018. The voyage provides deep-sea training ahead of a pan-Pacific voyage to the Festival of Pacific Arts in Hawaii in 2020.

  8. Video for Reviving the traditional tools of tā moko
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    Reviving the traditional tools of tā moko

    With moko becoming increasingly visible, one practitioner is cutting his own path with a point of difference.  Mokonuiarangi Smith, from Te Arawa and Tākitimu, uses traditional tattoo tools that have origins in the Pacific.

  9. Video for Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry
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    Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry

    Educationalists from around the country gathered in Auckland for Tuia Te Ako, an event which aims to strengthen Māori learner success. The event has attracted a number of sectors including teachers and training practitioners.

  10. Video for E-Tangata keeping diversity in online news media
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    E-Tangata keeping diversity in online news media

    With its financial future in question, online Māori media website E-Tangata is celebrating the support of loyal subscribers, but it's not in the clear yet. Chair of E-Tangata Trust, Stacey Morrison says the survival of E-Tangata is crucial in ensuring expert Māori opinions are heard within online media.

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