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  1. Video for Former rough sleepers help feed Rotorua's most vunerable
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    Former rough sleepers help feed Rotorua's most vunerable

    Some former rough sleepers are now helping feed Rotorua's homeless thanks to the selfless generosity of good samaritans Percy Poharama and his wife. The couple cook kai after their day jobs which they then feed to the homeless.

  2. Video for Tuwharetoa-i-Te-Aupouri ancestral house turns 100 years old
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    Tuwharetoa-i-Te-Aupouri ancestral house turns 100 years old

    Turangi's Hirangi marae is celebrating the 100th anniversary of their whare tūpuna, Tūwharetoa-i-Te-Aupouri. It was the first marae built in the area and follows the centenary of another Tūwharetoa tribal ancestral house, Pākira at Waitahanui marae early this year.

  3. Video for Waitahanui opens new $2mil marae on Taupō lakefront
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    Waitahanui opens new $2mil marae on Taupō lakefront

    Taupō's lakeside Waitahanui marae has opened its new ancestral house and dining hall. The occasion also coincides with the marae's 100th anniversary celebrations.

  4. Video for Rotorua churches unite to help the city's homeless
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    Rotorua churches unite to help the city's homeless

    Waka Whakamua is a newly formed collective of Rotorua community groups and churches who aim to make more of an impact working together to help the city's homeless.  Two local churches have been providing shelter and mentoring rough sleepers for some time.

  5. Waiariki

    From Waihi beach, to Whangaparaoa in the East Coast, then all the way to Mt. Tongariro in the southern part of the region, that marks the territory of the Waiariki Māori electorate.

  6. Video for Rotorua's needy brought to the forefront on World Homeless Day
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    Rotorua's needy brought to the forefront on World Homeless Day

    According to Rotorua's Lifewise report, the number of rough sleepers in the city has more than doubled over the last three years. The mental well-being and addictions service is utilising World Homeless Day to raise awareness of the issue in their community.

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    Ngāti Awa prepares to commemorate Te Kupenga a Taramainuku

    The people of Ngāti Awa are preparing to host a national commemoration and the 152nd anniversary of Te Kupenga a Taramainuku Pā.

  8. Video for Rotorua’s needy find aid in new drop-in centre
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    Rotorua’s needy find aid in new drop-in centre

    A new drop-in centre has opened in the heart of Rotorua city to provide free meals, clothing, household and social services to the community's most needy. The centre opened on Monday and the response has been overwhelming.

  9. Video for Four men face charges for Fleet deaths
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    Four men face charges for Fleet deaths

    Four men are facing charges of murder or manslaughter of Raymond and James Fleet. The accused are 33-year-old Martin Hone, 21-year-old Mikaere Hura, 26-year-old Zen Pulemoana and 29-year-old Richard Tuwhakakakorangi Te Roaroa Te Kani who appeared in the Rotorua District Court.

  10. Video for Next generation throw support behind  Māori Party's return
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    Next generation throw support behind Māori Party's return

    Te Ururoa Flavell's daughter Mīriatetuara Flavell says the landslide victory by the Labour Party of all Māori seats has prompted her and her siblings to throw their weight behind the party in an effort to return to Parliament.

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