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  1. Ailo's Journey

    Vulnerable new-born reindeer Ailo must overcome the challenges that stand in the way of his first year of life in the stunning landscapes of Lapland.

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    Baker's love of kai, whānau and te reo Māori features in new cookbook

    A bilingual cookbook is hitting shop shelves this month, filled with recipes for the whole whānau.

  3. Video for Ride Like a Girl

    Ride Like a Girl

    The uplifting true story of Michelle Payne, the first female jockey to win the Melbourne Cup. (2019)

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    Te Pae Tata plan outlines what is needed to improve hauora for whānau

    An interim health plan, Te Pae Tata, has been released outlining what Te Aka Whai Ora and the Māori Heath Authority will do over the next two years as part of its five-year plan.

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    Healthy Homes Initiative helps whānau but more needed- Te Matapihi

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been spruiking a report on the government's $30 million Healthy Homes Initiative that shows it has helped 142,000 people live in warm, dry homes.

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    Social supermarket opens in Whangārei

    The 155 Whare Āwhina community house in Whangārei has teamed up with Foodstuffs to open a social supermarket.

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    21-year journey of three Māori in the 21st century shown in new doco series

    A documentary series that followed three Māori born in 2000 who were revisited every seven years as they grew up and then finally at 21 aired on Whakaata Māori last night.

  8. Video for Whānau 2021, Series 1

    Whānau 2021, Series 1

    Weaving together the stories of our three core characters and their whānau.

  9. Video for Whānau 2007, Series 1

    Whānau 2007, Series 1

    This is the second installment of an ongoing documentary project that explores what it means to be Māori, in the 21st Century. In 2000 we met four Māori families having a baby.

  10. Video for Whānau 2000, Part 2

    Whānau 2000, Part 2

    Award-winning documentary about four Māori families expecting new babies. Whānau share their hopes, fears and expectations for their children. (R)

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