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  1. Video for A family affair - Leonard siblings clean up at NZTV awards
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    A family affair- Leonard siblings clean up at NZTV awards

    Te Arawa, Rangitāne siblings Susan, Carmen and Wayne Leonard are ecstatic to have all won awards at this year’s New Zealand Television Awards.  The director and producers say success is in the genes.

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    Māori programming success at 2018 NZTV Awards

    It's been a huge night for Māori programming across the small screens of Aotearoa for 2018. Here are the full results from this year's Huawei Mate20 New Zealand Television Awards.

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    Record Māori programmes up for NZTV Awards

    The country's best television content makers will soon be celebrated at the second HUAWEI MATE20 New Zealand TV Awards in Auckland, with a number of Māori programmes among the finalist.

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    NZTV 2018 Award finalists announced- Full List

    Finalists for the Huawei Mate20 New Zealand Television Awards 2018 have been announced, so who are the best on our screens, Aotearoa?

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    New Pou Whakahaere for NZ Film Commission

    The New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) has appointed Karen O Kahurangi Waaka-Tibble to the newly-created executive position of Pou Whakahaere.

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    No Maori appointment for broadcasting panel

    There will be no Māori voice on the public broadcasting ministerial advisory panel despite Broadcast Minister Clare Curran saying she was open to adding a Māori position. 

  7. Video for Sexual harassment non-existent in the Māori screen industry
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    Sexual harassment non-existent in the Māori screen industry

    Dr Ella Henry has asked amongst her community if they've experienced personally any harassment in the Māori screen industry and they've all said no.

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