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  1. Video for Terminally ill mother raises breast cancer awareness

    Terminally ill mother raises breast cancer awareness

    Each year, more than 3000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with breast cancer. It is New Zealand's third most common cancer and accounts for 600 deaths every year.  Moana Te Orewa Papa has been diagnosed with terminal secondary breast cancer. Now she fights every day in the hope of educating and motivating Māori women to have check-ups. 

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    Research highlights issues faced by whānau

    The latest research from the Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (Superu) has focused on ethnic differences in how our families are faring and a greater understanding of who Mäori describe as their ‘whānau’.

  3. Video for Online sports extra - Motu Sisters

    Online sports extra- Motu Sisters

    Motu sisters are preparing for the National Amateur Boxing competition in Rotorua. The current NZ gold medallist Maria Motu-Gemmell will again fight in the highly competitive 57kg women weight division, while younger sister Sally Motu will take on a stacked field in the 66kg youth girls weight division. While both girls are competing at the National competition, they’re also hoping New Zealand will also grant them permission to compete at the Queensland Golden Gloves next month. This will be the first time for both fighters. 

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    Native Affairs- Give Him Back

    For the past two years, a Northland whanau has been searching for the missing remains of their tipuna, Hudson Pomare Fergusson.  Their search led them to the Waikumete Cemetery in Auckland.  But what they unearthed has left them shocked and upset. Renee Kahukura-Iosefa reports.

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    Report shows Māori whānau need more support to prevent cot death

    A report launched today shows that Māori babies make up more than 60% of all cot deaths in New Zealand.

  6. Video for Getting leaner & meaner in 2016

    Getting leaner & meaner in 2016

    As many of us return to our workplaces this week, along with it comes Christmas and New Year's food hangover.  But one rugby club in Wellington think they've found a cure, providing motivation to the public to get leaner and meaner in 2016.

  7. Video for Want a good playground in Auckland? Māori father has the answer

    Want a good playground in Auckland? Māori father has the answer

    If you're in Auckland over the holidays and in search of a playground, you may want to visit the Facebook page of one Māori father, Ethan Smith, who has filmed more than 60 in the area. 

  8. Video for Whanaungatanga helps drive Christchurch fitness programme success

    Whanaungatanga helps drive Christchurch fitness programme success

    There are a number of people from all corners of the land that live in Christchurch, and although these people are from other tribes, they are embraced and nurtured by Ngāi Tahu and Ngāi Tuahuriri.

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    Safe Sleep Day aims to educate whānau on safe sleep practice for pēpi

    This Friday 4 December is National Safe Sleep Day across Aotearoa, a campaign developed by Whakawhetū that focuses on promoting safe sleep practices for babies.

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    City Mission's Christmas Walk of Fame supports vulnerable whānau

    Tomorrow will see some of the greater Wellington stars acknowledged ahead of the Christmas period, when the Wellington City Mission begins laying down over 150 Christmas Walk of Fame Stars on Wellington's waterfront.

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