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  1. Video for Māori businesses to benefit from new food labelling bill
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    Māori businesses to benefit from new food labelling bill

    Customers will soon know how far their apples fall from the tree with the passing of the Consumers' Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill.  The bill introduces mandatory labelling to inform consumers where their meat, fruit, seafood and vegetables come from.

  2. Video for Govt opening the gate to cannabis growers
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    Govt opening the gate to cannabis growers

    The Medicinal Cannabis Bill has passed its second reading, with a government amnesty giving illicit cannabis growers the opportunity to enter the medicinal cannabis industry.

  3. Video for Game on - politicians debate male, mixed netball teams
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    Game on- politicians debate male, mixed netball teams

    Some male politicians are keen to play netball at parliament but there's no official male or mixed team.  It's the same scenario at the Commonweath Games, where netball is the only sport with no male participants.

  4. Video for National unaware of identities in alleged ‘inappropriate touching’ incident
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    National unaware of identities in alleged ‘inappropriate touching’ incident

    The National Party says it doesn't know the identity of the male young national member a teenage woman claims inappropriately touched her.  The woman's identity is also unknown. The alleged incident took place last week and is under investigation by police.

  5. Video for Nurses make their voices heard
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    Nurses make their voices heard

    Nurses from Ngāti Porou Hauora are striking due to what they say is a lack of equity and a pay disparity between them and nurses in the public health sector.

  6. Video for Native Affairs, 26 November 2018
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    Native Affairs, 26 November 2018

    A current affairs show exploring regional, national and international stories as they relate to Māori and Aotearoa. Join our team as we go beyond the headline.

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    High numbers of faulty Takata airbags remain in regions

    Government figures show more than 36,000 vehicles are estimated to still have faulty Takata alpha-type airbags and those in regional communities have high numbers in need of repair.

  8. Video for What's the future of Māori Broadcasting?
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    What's the future of Māori Broadcasting?

    Minister for Māori Development Nanaia Mahuta says that Māori condemn the idea that Māori Television news media and Māori news within the mainstream television media sector be amalgamated.

  9. Video for Native Affairs, 19 November 2018
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    Native Affairs, 19 November 2018

    A current affairs show exploring regional, national and international stories as they relate to Māori and Aotearoa. Join our team as we go beyond the headline.

  10. Video for Malaysian PM warns NZ about China’s actions in South China Sea
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    Malaysian PM warns NZ about China’s actions in South China Sea

    The Malaysian prime minister quickly jumped to warning Jacinda Ardern of the dangers of China's presence in the South China Sea at formal talks at the East Asia Summit Thursday night.

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