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    Meat workers continue to suffer

    Meat workers look to lose $100 per week through a proposed collective agreement.

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    15 NZ trades people set for World Skills Competition

    Fifteen of New Zealand’s most skilled trades people have recently been named into the final Tools Black squad.

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    Young Māori artist determined to overcome disability

    It has been a long road for Herepainga Rawiri as she comes to grips with the fact she no longer has the artistic touch she once possessed.

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    Govt announces expansion of Māori and Pasifika Trades Training

    Today the Government announced the expansion of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training initiative.  Three new consortia have joined the 12 providers who are already with the programme.

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    Celebration of 200 years of Māori trade in Sydney

    2000 people have turned out to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Māori trade in Parramatta. 

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    Scholarship initiative available for 3000 students

    Today marked the beginning of the trades training course delivered by Wellington Institute of Technology. 

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    MITE helps with apprenticeship obstacle

    One of the Govt's main aims in the last budget was to support trades programmes that provide more apprenticeship opportunities.

  8. Video for Māori Battalion soldier’s medals up for auction
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    Māori Battalion soldier’s medals up for auction

    It was a big surprise to some of the whānau of a former 28th Māori Battalion soldier when his war medals turned up for sale on Trade Me.

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    Māori business delegates in China

    Prime Minister John Key and a NZ business delegation featuring Māori have arrived in China hoping to capitalise on the region's quick growth, which has seen exports triple since the signing of the free trade agreement five years ago.

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