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  1. Video for Tūranga Health protects essential workers from sickness
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    Tūranga Health protects essential workers from sickness

    Essential kaimahi receive a virtual 'awhi' from Māori health provider, Tūranga Health, with much-needed flu vaccines.

  2. Video for Whakatōhea return to moana, after rāhui lifted
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    Whakatōhea return to moana, after rāhui lifted

    Te Whakatōhea iwi coastline rāhui. This morning a contingent of 20 people met at Paerata ridge for a special ceremony to lift the rāhui and open their seas up for business as usual. 

  3. Video for Rāhui on Whakaari, is anyone really listening?
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    Rāhui on Whakaari, is anyone really listening?

    The prohibition and cautions of rāhui across coastal areas have been supported by many living in the Bay of Plenty region out of respect for those affected by the Whakaari eruption. But Christmas, hot weather and the need for seafood has seen some disregard the rāhui. Te Ao spoke to Mātaatua iwi, who are doing their best to hold the rāhui frontline, about the situation.

  4. Video for Whakatōhea Treaty negotiations to reopen
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    Whakatōhea Treaty negotiations to reopen

    Treaty of Waitangi Minister Andrew Little has decided to continue pushing ahead with negotiations with Whakatōhea while a Tribunal inquiry into historical grievances is carried out.

  5. Video for Te Whakatōhea launch new vessel
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    Te Whakatōhea launch new vessel

    Te Whakatōhea Mussels launched their newest vessel, named  Kukutai, into the Waitemata Harbor today.  It's the second vessel in their new fleet that will see employment opportunities and boost the local economy of Opōtiki.    

  6. Video for Te Whakatōhea launches new mussel ship
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    Te Whakatōhea launches new mussel ship

    Whakatohea Mussels' new ship, the Kukutai, has been launched in Tāmaki Makaurau.

  7. Video for Repatriated personnel to be laid to rest
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    Repatriated personnel to be laid to rest

    Twenty-seven servicemen and one child who died in Malaya, Thailand, and Vietnam between 1955 and 1971 were returned to New Zealand yesterday morning.

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    Sisters doing it for their whānau

    The Demant sisters, Ruahei and Kiritapu, have been training with the Black Ferns with the hope they will one day both wear the black jersey.

  9. Video for Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board welcomes investigation
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    Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board welcomes investigation

    Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has ordered an investigation into the Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board after receiving a number of complaints and requests from beneficiaries. 

  10. Video for Ōpape Marae celebrate re-opening of meeting house Muriwai
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    Ōpape Marae celebrate re-opening of meeting house Muriwai

    The people of Ngāi Tamahaua sub-tribe of Whakatōhea today celebrated the re-opening of their ancestral meeting house Muriwai. It's been two years since the renovations began on the house which suffered from structural damaged.

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