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  1. Video for More support needed to increase Māori teacher numbers – Iwi leaders
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    More support needed to increase Māori teacher numbers – Iwi leaders

    Iwi leaders are underwhelmed at the government's $95mil announcement to curb the teacher shortage.

  2. Video for Pre-Budget teachers package not enough to curb shortage – former teacher
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    Pre-Budget teachers package not enough to curb shortage – former teacher

    The government has allocated $95mil over four years to help address the country's teacher shortage in a pre-budget 2019 announcement.

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    20k NZers sign petitions for better funding of medicines

    Eight petitions are to be presented to the government calling for better funding for breast cancer, chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, lung cancer, non-small-cell lung cancer, myeloma, multiple myeloma, ovarian cancer and Pompe disease.

  4. Video for Synthetics threshold to arrest suppliers not realistic – Māori health provider
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    Synthetics threshold to arrest suppliers not realistic – Māori health provider

    Those at the coalface of the synthetic drug problem plaguing communities appeared before the health select committee in parliament today to make recommendations on the Misuse of Drugs Amendment Bill, which aims to crack down on synthetics.

  5. Video for Whaitiri keen for ministerial comeback in post-budget reshuffle
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    Whaitiri keen for ministerial comeback in post-budget reshuffle

    With Ikaroa-Rawhiti MP Meka Whaitiri speaking out for the first time about her demotion as a minister and a post-budget cabinet reshuffle expected, is Whaitiri vying to be reinstated?

  6. Video for Iwi-free Census results could impact Treaty settlements – Dr Carwyn Jones
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    Iwi-free Census results could impact Treaty settlements – Dr Carwyn Jones

    Census 2018 has counted 4.7 million kiwis, but there will be no iwi affiliation count.

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    Discussions still underway for Ngāpuhi mandate

    Around 170 Ngapuhi descendants gathered in Northland this weekend to discuss how the iwi can collectively move forward since the Tuhoronuku mandate was voted down last year.

  8. Video for Tā moko marks milestone in whakapapa journey for NZ Defence Minister
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    Tā moko marks milestone in whakapapa journey for NZ Defence Minister

    Minister Ron Mark has received his first tā moko acknowledging his genealogical connection to his Te Arawa and Ngāti Raukawa ancestry.

  9. Video for Veterans at Anzac Day services welcome wellbeing funds from govt
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    Veterans at Anzac Day services welcome wellbeing funds from govt

    A $4.1mil cash boost from government to support the health and wellbeing of veterans and their families when they leave the defence forces has been welcomed by those at Anzac commemorations. Minister for Veterans Ron Mark says many are unaware of their entitlements after service.

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    Creating art with substance

    Should mortuary waste be separated from the main treated effluent flow? Te Ao Māori News hears from Māori artist Christie Tawhai Patumaka who is raising awareness around the issue.

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