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  1. Video for Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 26
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    Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 26

    On TP this week, Nainz & Chong Nee have teamed up for some new music, local businesses in Rarotonga are booming again thanks to the opening of borders, Mate Ma’a Tonga is back for the first tim

  2. Video for Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 25
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    Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 25

    NEW: On TP this week, Fiamē Naomi Mataʻafa’s first visit to NZ as Samoan Prime Minister, Cook Island culture is revived in Rotorua, we look at a sneaker cleaning business turn charity and talanoa w

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    Blood Donors: Māori and Pasifika more likely to have 'very rare' blood type

    Photo / File Māori and Pasifika blood is so unique that the New Zealand Blood Service is highlighting the importance of donors from the two communities.

  4. Video for Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 24
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    Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 24

    On TP this week, raising the awareness of SUDI - Sudden Unexplained Death in Infancy - among Pacific people, highlights from the Pacific Fashion Fusion show and we visit health and well-being initi

  5. Video for Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 23
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    Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 23

    Pacific Island news and current affairs show.

  6. Video for Bowel screening age change 'transformational' in saving Māori,  Pasifika -  Sue Crengle
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    Bowel screening age change 'transformational' in saving Māori, Pasifika- Sue Crengle

    The bowel screening age for Māori and Pasifika people will finally be lowered from 60 to 50 years old next year – a move that Bowel Cancer New Zealand says is going to save lives.

  7. Video for Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 22
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    Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 22

    NEW: Pacific Island news and current affairs show.

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    Māori and Pacific mothers and babies' care should have top health research priority

    Photo / File Māori and Pacific mothers and babies' care should be top health research priorities, a new University of Auckland study says.

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