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  1. Video for Nawton Primary educators keep students engaged with Ukulele amidst nation lockdown
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    Nawton Primary educators keep students engaged with Ukulele amidst nation lockdown

    The ukulele rōpū known as ‘The Nawton Ukes’ have gathered online every Friday since Alert Level 4 was announced.

  2. Video for Mongrel Mob packs helping vulnerable whānau
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    Mongrel Mob packs helping vulnerable whānau

    Mongrel Mob Kingdom in Waikato is facing criticism for attaining essential worker status. However, King Tuheitia's spokesperson and the Māori Women's Welfare League President say if the gang didn't help this whānau, then who would have?

  3. Video for Mongrel Mob Waikato provide helping hand
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    Mongrel Mob Waikato provide helping hand

    Mongrel Mob Waikato are helping to distribute food and hygiene packs to families in need throughout the region, and they have the support of the Kiingatanga. 

  4. Video for Abuzz about maramataka for bee-keeping
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    Abuzz about maramataka for bee-keeping

    A Waikato anthropologist student has developed a maramataka tool for bee-keeping.

  5. Video for Whānau in distress after not being allowed to visit mokopuna on life support at Waikato Hospital
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    Whānau in distress after not being allowed to visit mokopuna on life support at Waikato Hospital

    A whānau has been left in major distress after being stopped from seeing their mokopuna who is on life support at Waikato Hospital after suffering serious injuries from a car crash.

  6. Video for Māori students shine bright at South Pacific Islands Institute
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    Māori students shine bright at South Pacific Islands Institute

    “South Pacific Islands Institute” based in Hamilton aims to provide education for teenagers who are not currently at school or employed. With up to 65 students at any given time, founder Rachel Bourne says the intimate setting allows students to receive the aroha and manaaki they require, and that they probably won't receive in mainstream education. 

  7. Video for First Māori King image used as beer label
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    First Māori King image used as beer label

    A made-up image of the first Māori King, Potatau Te Wherowhero, on a Canadian beer label has surfaced on the internet and caused outrage within the Māori community.

  8. Video for Pāpā teaches tamariki to cook easy meals during lockdown
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    Pāpā teaches tamariki to cook easy meals during lockdown

    A Hamilton father of two taught his tamariki to cook during the lockdown. One of his sons reckons that he might prefer home cooking now.

  9. Video for Rāhui on Waikato and Wāipa rivers not a form of punishment but of guidance
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    Rāhui on Waikato and Wāipa rivers not a form of punishment but of guidance

    The rāhui came into effect on Monday in response to the Coronavirus crisis and is aimed at protecting the rivers.

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    Helping the homeless high priority for Ngāti Kahungunu- 12.30pm Newsbreak

    Keeping Wellington’s most vulnerable safe and informed about the Government’s COVID-19 response have kept Ngāti Kahungunu whānau services busy.

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