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  1. Video for The autobiography of Rodney Bell through dance
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    The autobiography of Rodney Bell through dance

    Movement of the Human is gearing up to present an autobiography performance on the well-known Māori contemporary dancer, Rodney Bell. The story revolves around his triumphs and challenges he experienced over the 12 years on the international stage.  

  2. Video for Four Māori compete for Waitākere Local Board seat
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    Four Māori compete for Waitākere Local Board seat

    There are four Māori candidates chasing a seat on the Waitākere Local Board this year, the most Māori at any local board elections ever in Auckland.

  3. Video for Taika Waititi helps raise funds for West Auckland Kōhanga
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    Taika Waititi helps raise funds for West Auckland Kōhanga

    Taika Waititi has been seen all over our screens since the premiere of his new film 'Hunt For the Wilderpeople". Today the director was seen in a different light, helping to raise funds for a local West Auckland kōhanga reo.

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    Cun Xiu Tian family wish for private funeral service

    The family of Cun Xiu Tian wish to advise that whilst they are extremely grateful to the public for their support over the past 10 days, the funeral for Madam Tian will be private.

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    19-year-old man arrested over death of Te Atatu woman

    Waitakere Police have arrested and charged a 19-year-old man with the murder of Te Atatu woman Cun Xiu Tian.

  6. Video for Vigil being held for slain Te Atatū local
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    Vigil being held for slain Te Atatū local

    The people of Te Atatū in West Auckland are trying to come to terms with the violent and brutal murder of Cun Xiu Tian in her own home in Glenvill Lane, Te Atatū Peninsula.

  7. Video for Salvation Army calls for more Govt help for homeless
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    Salvation Army calls for more Govt help for homeless

    The Auckland Council has turned a blind eye to the plight of West Auckland's homeless by allowing them to camp on its land.  But the ongoing dilemma for the homeless has prompted the Salvation Army yet again to pressure the government for more housing.

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    Kauri tree protester remanded on bail without plea

    Titirangi kauri tree protester Johno Smith has been remanded on bail without plea at the Waitākere District Court today for charges of wilful trespassing.  He says he should not be in this position but takes full responsibility for his actions.

  9. Video for Māori Television premises to stay in Auckland
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    Māori Television premises to stay in Auckland

    Māori Television will remain in Auckland. This decision from the board after spending the past six month considering a number of proposals from interested parties in Rotorua, Hamilton and Auckland.

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    Ngā Ringa Raupā- Beverley Manahi

    If there was one person in need of recognition for her dedication to the education and well-being of tamariki in West Auckland it would have to be Beverley Manahi, more affectionately known as "Whaea Bev".  For over 30 years, she has contributed to many of the students who have graduated from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hoani Waititi Marae.  Tonight she is Te Kāea's Matariki Hero.

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