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  1. Brothers Doug (Big D) & Wiremu (DJ Wiz) Te Moni - Funfest Auckland
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    Māori broadcasters continue to support long-standing family fun day

    Māori radio broadcasters, and brothers, Doug Te Moni (Big D), and Wiremu Te Moni (DJ Wiz NZ), say Trillian Trust's Funfest Auckland event continues to support whānau by providing a positive and safe environment with free fun activities, rides and stage competitions, as it enters its 12th year.

  2. Ngāreta-Aroha Kopa-Dickson - Photo / Kopa whānau
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    Whānau sticks with tradition of Māori names for their children despite recent statistics

    While recent statistics released by the Department of Internal Affairs show that Māori names have failed to make the top 100 most popular baby names for 2014, one whānau say the passing on of Māori names to their children is an embedded tradition among them.

  3. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series 2014 - Ataahua
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    Native Affairs Summer Series 2014- Ataahua

    Imagine being born a healthy baby, only later to become very sick, and a string of doctors can't tell you what's causing your illness.

  4. Video for Money week aims to support more Māori
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    Money week aims to support more Māori

    With more and more families under financial pressure, especially Māori and Pacific families, it's timely that this week is Money Week.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Growing Pains
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    Native Affairs- Growing Pains

    Documentary series, "Whānau" traces the lives of four Māori taiohi born at the start of the new millenium.

  6. Video for Wāhine Ora pamper day uplifting for Māori cancer survivors and sufferers
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    Wāhine Ora pamper day uplifting for Māori cancer survivors and sufferers

    Recently, Māori health provider Raukura Hauora O Tainui held a special Wāhine Ora brunch for a select number of breast and cervical cancer survivors and sufferers.  The participants were treated to a pamper day, which came with a few surprises.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Lesley's Legacy
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    Native Affairs- Lesley's Legacy

    Lesley Wehi-Jack was just 19-years-old when she was killed after a violent gas explosion.

  8. Video for 'Te Pou Matakana' new Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency
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    'Te Pou Matakana' new Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency

    Newly launched Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency, Te Pou Matakana, is tasked with improving whānau health and well-being by building strengths and assets of whānau and communities throughout Te Ika a Maui. 

  9. Video for CYF and Ngāti Kahungunu unite to improve care of children
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    CYF and Ngāti Kahungunu unite to improve care of children

    Ngāti Kahungunu is now the fourth iwi in the country to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with Child, Youth and Family (CYF). 

  10. Video for Motorcyclists ride to raise suicide awareness
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    Motorcyclists ride to raise suicide awareness

    With over 500 suicides across the nation in the past year, the problem is being likened to a man-eating monster.  

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