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  1. Video for Returned stolen battery brings joy to Pompe sufferer
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    Returned stolen battery brings joy to Pompe sufferer

    A South Auckland elderly woman's plea to the public to help locate a stolen battery that charges her Bipap (breathing machine) has helped and was returned to her today. The battery was one of many  items that was stolen, the battery is unique and cant be purchased in any local outlet.   

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    Kuia calls for community support to recover stolen items

    Freda Donna was out with her mokopuna on Wednesday afternoon when her home was burgled and precious items were stolen including pounamu and a battery for her breathing machine.

  3. Video for ASB Polyfest 2016, Papatoetoe High School, Series 1 Episode 40
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    ASB Polyfest 2016, Papatoetoe High School, Series 1 Episode 40

    Highlights from the 2016 ASB Polyfest, the largest secondary school Polynesian festival in the world, which attracts 9000 performers and 80,000 spectators.

  4. Video for Community Walks for the Puhinui
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    Community Walks for the Puhinui

    Manurewa and Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Boards are funding the first 6km Puhinui Stream Challenge. The free community fun walk and run, traces the Puhinui Stream from Manukau's Hayman Park to Manurewa's Totara Park.

  5. Video for Raiselower Auckland Strongman Series kicks off in Auckland
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    Raiselower Auckland Strongman Series kicks off in Auckland

    12 of Auckland's strongest men take part in the 2016 Raiselower Auckland Strongman Series. The competition consists of four gruelling events like log lifting and lifting cars.

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    Teens arrested in relation to Papatoetoe aggravated robbery

    Two teenagers have been arrested after an alleged aggravated robbery at Hari Superette, Papatoetoe earlier this month. 

  7. Video for Papatoetoe poppy flourishes ahead of Anzac Day
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    Papatoetoe poppy flourishes ahead of Anzac Day

    The Papatoetoe Historic Society's "Lest We Forget" Exhibition has brought together community groups and individuals to make 3000 poppies as a symbol of peace and remembrance, which were placed on the ground in the form of one large poppy.

  8. Video for Call for help to finish diorama of WWI Gallipoli
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    Call for help to finish diorama of WWI Gallipoli

    Nick Papadopoulos of Manukau is working on a diorama of the WWI Gallipoli campaign and is calling for people to help him paint and glue 2000 toy soldiers to reflect the troop’s different uniforms.

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