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  1. Video for Dealing with mental health among Māori men outdoors
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    Dealing with mental health among Māori men outdoors

    After losing family and friends to suicide and having a close call himself, Travis Tawera is helping other Māori men through depression and anxiety by enabling them to re-connect to the land and sea through hunting, diving, and fishing.

  2. Video for Weaving together people, culture and heritage
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    Weaving together people, culture and heritage

    The largest tukutuku panels in the world are being constructed for a new Māori design that will stand at the Cook Landing Site National Reserve in Gisborne, known by Māori as Puhi Kai Iti.  Ngāti Oneone artist Nick Tupara says the project aims to balance out the way Māori and Pākehā history is presented.

  3. Video for  Challenging colonial perspectives through art
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    Challenging colonial perspectives through art

    A contemporary Māori art exhibition is drawing attention to the historic and current colonisation of Māori and indigenous people's around the world. Melanie Tangaere Baldwin of Ngāti Porou, who is completing her Master of Professional Creative Practice at Toihoukura, says that there is an illusion that colonisation has been reconciled when it has not.

  4. Video for The road to East Coast employment
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    The road to East Coast employment

    The roads on the East Coast are notorious for being in constant need of repair due to frequent and heavy use.  Now, nearly 100 jobs have been created from the investment into Tairāwhiti roading from the Provincial Growth Fund and the National Land Transport Fund.

  5. Video for Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti to host French Polynesian president after Tahiti trip
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    Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti to host French Polynesian president after Tahiti trip

    President of French Polynesia Edouard Fritch and a Tahitian traveling party will be hosted by Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti in Uawa, after a recent cultural exchange in Tahiti.  The relationship builds on that established by Tahitian navigator Tupaia who made a memorable visit to Uawa in 1769 with the Endeavour.

  6. Video for Community lays down wero - "There is a better life than drugs and alcohol, whānau"
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    Community lays down wero- "There is a better life than drugs and alcohol, whānau"

    As part of the national 'Save our Tamariki, Save our Future' campaign, in Gisborne, parents are also being challenged to change their ways and fight for the future of their children.

  7. Video for Titirangi summit development gets under way with iwi consent
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    Titirangi summit development gets under way with iwi consent

    A new multi-purpose building will be built on Kaitī Hill in Gisborne, as part of the Te Taumata o Tītīrangi Summit (Kaiti Hill) redevelopment in a partnership between Ngāti Oneone and the Gisborne District Council.

  8. Video for A new wave of education revives ancient customs
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    A new wave of education revives ancient customs

    Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti are reconnecting to the sea and reviving traditional Māori voyaging knowledge through an inter-island sailing vessel, Terehauiti.

  9. Video for  Mobilising the whole community to get rid of 'P'
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    Mobilising the whole community to get rid of 'P'

    The Wairoa community are backing a kūia's call to stamp out 'P', which Wairoa Deputy Mayor Denise Eaglesom-Karekare says is "rampant" throughout the town.

  10. Video for Funding boost to future proof Waiapu
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    Funding boost to future proof Waiapu

    The One Billion Trees Fund is allocating $5 million to address key environmental issues in the Waiapu Catchment, one of the East Cape's most rapidly eroding catchments.

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