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  1. Video for Rangatahi take strike action again for climate change
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    Rangatahi take strike action again for climate change

    It comes after thousands marched to parliament in March demanding more from the government to address climate change.

  2. Video for Zero Carbon Bill passes first reading
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    Zero Carbon Bill passes first reading

    Climate Change Minister James Shaw says Māoridom has raised many key points and concerns around the bill, including the issue of rising sea levels and the impact of natural disasters.

  3. Video for Bullying and harassment systemic in parliament - Report
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    Bullying and harassment systemic in parliament- Report

    The report into bullying and harassment in parliament has found that such behaviour is systemic, normalised and extends from violent behaviour through to sexual harassment and assault.

  4. Video for "Today’s milestone belongs to the families" - Pike River Mine re-entered
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    "Today’s milestone belongs to the families"- Pike River Mine re-entered

    The re-entry today comes after an eight-year battle by families to gain re-entry to the drift after being told numerous times by the previous government that it was too dangerous.

  5. Video for Wellington student president launches city council campaign
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    Wellington student president launches city council campaign

    Twenty-two-year-old Tamatha Paul (Ngāti Awa, Waikato Tainui) is campaigning to take Wellington City Council’s Lambton ward.  She says Māori and young people need a voice, which is why she's stepping up.

  6. Video for No new findings in Māori media review – Radio host
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    No new findings in Māori media review – Radio host

    The Māori media sector receives significantly lower budgets to produce content compared with other media, the Māori Media Sector Shift review shows.  However, broadcaster Adrian Wagner says uncertainty remains, with a decision about the wider sector's future not expected until the end of the year.

  7. Video for Parents demand more robust assessments from Oranga Tamariki
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    Parents demand more robust assessments from Oranga Tamariki

    Parents struggling to cope with their children being uplifted by Oranga Tamariki are demanding the ministry conducts more robust investigations involving members of a child's wider whānau before seeking orders to uplift.

  8. Video for No arrests in peaceful protest at Ihumātao
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    No arrests in peaceful protest at Ihumātao

    Peaceful protesters group SOUL has cleared Ihumātao Quarry Road but will continue to protest, preventing Fletcher Buildings from starting construction of 480 homes.

  9. Video for Iwi want law change to commercially farm trout
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    Iwi want law change to commercially farm trout

    Central North Island iwi are calling for a law change to commercially farm trout.  Aotearoa is the only country in the world where it is illegal to buy or sell the fish and an iwi leader says the outdated law is locking them out of a lucrative business.

  10. Video for Taranaki iwi welcome $27mil energy centre announcement
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    Taranaki iwi welcome $27mil energy centre announcement

    Taranaki iwi have welcomed the government's $27mil pre-budget announcement to go towards building a clean energy centre in Taranaki.  The centre will help lead the country's transition to a low-carbon economy.

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