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  1. Video for Relief for survivors of sexual violence
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    Relief for survivors of sexual violence

    The government is committing $320mil to tackle family and sexual violence, it's a move in the rights direction but much remains to be done to help Māori survivors of domestic abuse.  

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    Tūranga Health empowers community through DIY

    As the winter chill approaches, an iwi-based organisation, Tūranga Health on the East Coast, is teaching families in rural communities the DIY skills they need to improve and future-proof their own homes.

  3. Video for Wairoa community calls for help dealing with meth epidemic
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    Wairoa community calls for help dealing with meth epidemic

    Meth is taking its toll on the community of Wairoa, where grandmothers are now taking it upon themselves to care for their grandchildren.  The questions is, who is supporting them?

  4. Video for Making cars safer for tamariki
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    Making cars safer for tamariki

    This week is Road Safety Week and the theme is 'leadership for road safety'.  With a rising road toll in Aotearoa, Turanga Health is taking the lead by educating the community about child car seats- and having them fitted for free.

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    Follow-up: Oz-based whānau staying positive

    Three-year-old Tyson Lawrence's Perth-based whānau are remaining positive they can muster the support needed for their high-care needs tamaiti. 

  6. Video for Enjoying collectable toys across generations
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    Enjoying collectable toys across generations

    The Auckland Hobbies Fair took place over the weekend where toy enthusiasts could buy and sell a range of collectables, across the ages.

  7. Video for NZDF parents' Wgtn to Ak hikoi for son's therapy
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    NZDF parents' Wgtn to Ak hikoi for son's therapy

    In a bid to raise $56,000 to pay for their three-year-old son’s therapy, two parents from the New Zealand Defence Force are about to embark on a 700km hikoi from Wellington to Auckland.

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    Community works to raise $250k for mother’s life-saving surgery

    Te Kuiti mother of five, Te Reina Worsley has been diagnosed with moyamoya disease and requires life-saving surgery in the United States.

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    Dad's wero to sons- 'stick with sport, you keep out of court'

    Before he lost his battle with cancer, dad Tracy Brown left his boys with a wero.  Two years later, sons Kahurangi and Makaia Day-Brown are a step closer to turning pro in one of the world's fastest growing extreme sports.

  10. Video for Caution for Pākehā who give their children Māori names
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    Caution for Pākehā who give their children Māori names

    Should Pākehā give their children Māori names? One Māori language expert believes there are instances where it can be appropriate but says caution should be taken. 

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