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  1. Video for Schools compete to represent Mataatua region at kapa haka nationals
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    Schools compete to represent Mataatua region at kapa haka nationals

    The 2015 Secondary Schools Kapa haka Competitions started today to see which schools will represent the Bay of Plenty region at the National competition in Hastings next July. 

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    Cold weather hits North Island

    Here are some photos sent in from our followers of the unusual, cold weather that has hit their areas. 

  3. Video for Rotorua Careers Expo exposes youth to more options
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    Rotorua Careers Expo exposes youth to more options

    According to the Ministry of Youth Development, young Māori aged 15 to 24 are more likely to be unemployed than any other ethnic group in New Zealand but in the Waiariki region, there's a push to see more youth succeed.

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    AFFCO tells worker to remove facebook post

    Roberta Ratu of Te Puke hopes to return to her position at AFFCO Rangiuru but fears a Facebook post to her local MP Te Ururoa Flavell seeking support with union negotiations may cost her a job. 

  5. Video for Māori nurses graduate form Waiariki Institute of Technology
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    Māori nurses graduate form Waiariki Institute of Technology

    The number of Māori nurses increased today as students from the Waiariki institute of Technology graduate after completing their Bachelor of Nursing.

  6. Video for Touch teams fight it out for U17 national titles
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    Touch teams fight it out for U17 national titles

    At the Junior National Touch Competition held in Papakura over the weekend, the U17 section was the grade to watch. Te Tai Tokerau made the final against Auckland in the mixed grade, and the Bay of Plenty was up against Waikato in the boys' grade, but who won both finals?

  7. Video for Bully Free Brovember campaign aims to make NZ communities safer
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    Bully Free Brovember campaign aims to make NZ communities safer

    The "Bully Free Brovember" campaign kicks off around New Zealand this weekend.  The aim is to reduce bullying and to offer a safe community to thrive in.

  8. Video for Waiariki Institute of Technology to help with affordable housing project
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    Waiariki Institute of Technology to help with affordable housing project

    The shortage of affordable housing in New Zealand has prompted one of the country's tertiary institutes to commit to building one house a year, by utilising partnerships with various groups and their students.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - In The Red
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    Native Affairs- In The Red

    On Saturday night, Labour suffered its worst defeat since 1922.  Despite the loss, their Māori caucus has managed to win back six of the 7 Māori seats.

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    Te Ururoa Flavell looks ahead

    A busy time lies ahead for Te Ururoa Flavell who retained the Waiariki electorate for the Māori Party with 7,973 votes.

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