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  1. Video for Mums anguish over wait for help
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    Mums anguish over wait for help

    An Auckland mother is desperate to get help for her son with a drug addiction after viewing a viral social media video showing a woman in a drug induced state.

  2. Video for Kiingitanga and Corrections unite to assist Māori offenders
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    Kiingitanga and Corrections unite to assist Māori offenders

    In a historic first the Kiingitanga has signed an accord with Corrections to reduce recidivism and reintegrate released prisoners with affiliations to the Kiingitanga. King Tuheitia's private secretary, Te Rangihīroa Whakaruru says the agreement changes the way the Kiingitanga does business with the government department. 

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    Men 'Man Up' for whānau at Tū Tangata programme

    More than 300 men have learnt a special haka composed for the Man Up Tū Tangata programme at its first workshop in Auckland. The movement focuses on healing and rehabilitating men, many with rough backgrounds, to create a better future with their families.

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    Prison training scheme aims to secure jobs after jail

    The Department of Corrections is providing employment training initiatives to Paremoremo inmates to help them secure jobs after they're released. But of the 680 inmates at the prison, just 2% of them will move into employment.

  5. Video for Prisoner reintegration group struggling
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    Prisoner reintegration group struggling

    John Kemana and Marina Whiu run a boarding house. It's currently being used for released prisoners who are being reintegrated into the community. But the Hamilton pair say they are stretched for resources.

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    Prisons are a place of crime not rehabilitation- Workman

    A Māori academic is calling for a Royal Commission of Inquiry into New Zealand's criminal justice system. Kim Workman made his recommendations at an urgent hearing of the Waitangi Tribunal discussing Māori incarceration rates.

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    Native Affairs- Cycle of Change

    A Gisborne grandmother who suffered from terrible child abuse that led to a life of crime says it's possible to change without specialist care. Patricia Walsh speaks honestly about her journey of change in the hope her story will inspire others.

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    Time to abolish prisons- Moana Jackson

    Māori Law academic Moana Jackson is calling for the abolition of prisons in NZ and says Ngāti Kahungunu would set up their own system to deal with tribal members that commit crime. Jackson presented his evidence at an urgent hearing before the Waitangi Tribunal over the alleged failure by the government to address the high Māori prison population.

  9. Video for Yoga in Prisons to help inmates rehabilitate
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    Yoga in Prisons to help inmates rehabilitate

    The inmates at Auckland Women's Regional Corrections Facility are uniting body, mind and soul as part of their rehabilitation through the Yoga in Prisons programme. The inmates say the classes are enjoyable and they value the calm it brings to what can sometimes be a very tense place.

  10. Video for CrossFit rehabilitates young men
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    CrossFit rehabilitates young men

    Young men serving community sentences have been given a taste of the CrossFit world. For the first time, the Department of Corrections has allowed outside groups to support the Mauri Toa Rangatahi programme, which is aimed at rehabilitating young men.

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