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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Love changes lives
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    Native Affairs – Love changes lives

    We revisited a special Native Affairs story about Patricia Walsh who grew up in a home without love. Instead, it was filled with violence and abuse that continued into her adult life. Trapped in a life of crime and methamphetamine use Patricia was given an ultimatum by her whānau. How did she change? In the studio, Native Affairs surprised Patricia with a special guest who had written a letter to Patricia to thank her for her story.

  2. Video for Whānau look forward to birthday celebrations with Vicki Letele
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    Whānau look forward to birthday celebrations with Vicki Letele

    It's been reported the Parole Board has announced that cancer sufferer Vicki Letele is set to be released from the Auckland Region Women's Corrections Facility, so she can spend her last days with her family.

  3. Video for Far North whānau receive left over donations from Te Puea Marae
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    Far North whānau receive left over donations from Te Puea Marae

    Te Puea Marae has donated their leftover food and household goods to He Korowai Trust in the far north. The distribution of the goods by 14 local organisations began in Kaitaia this morning.

  4. Video for Native Affairs – Making Babies
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    Native Affairs – Making Babies

    Very few Māori and Pacific people use IVF treatment to help them conceive a baby and it's expensive. But one whānau we spoke to say it's worth the effort to try.

  5. Video for Lawyer says Inspector Hurimoana Dennis will defend kidnapping charge
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    Lawyer says Inspector Hurimoana Dennis will defend kidnapping charge

    The lawyer for Senior Police Officer Huri Dennis says Mr Dennis has been told by Police he'll be charged with kidnapping. Steve Bonnar says the charge relates to the alleged kidnapping of a 17-year-old involved in a sexual relationship with a minor.  

  6. Video for 300 Tūākau whānau affected by budgeting cuts
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    300 Tūākau whānau affected by budgeting cuts

    Māngere Budgeting Services are shocked to see no government funding for their Tuakau Branch. CEO Darryl Evans says the majority of families they are working within Tuakau are Māori and will be heavily affected by the new change.

  7. Video for Iwi leader challenges Collins to visit impoverished communities
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    Iwi leader challenges Collins to visit impoverished communities

    Iwi leader Rahui Papa and a South Auckland Whānau Ora provider are challenging National MP Judith Collins to visit impoverished communities following her comments blaming parents for child poverty.

  8. Video for Terminally ill mother raises breast cancer awareness
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    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’.

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    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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