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  1. Video for Mackenzie Wiki out to make a special name for herself in league
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    Mackenzie Wiki out to make a special name for herself in league

    League legend Ruben Wiki has a daughter, Mackenzie Wiki, following in his footsteps.

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    Motu scores record third NZ boxing title

    Photo / File Kaitaia boxer Mea Motu has made New Zealand boxing history by beating the 14-year record for most held New Zealand titles in women's boxing.

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    Wāhine Māori leading the way with aroha

    Photo / File Stuff opinion piece by Sarah Sparks.     

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    'Choose To Challenge'- International Women's Day

    Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta says all Māori can be proud of wāhine Māori within their iwi and across Māori society.

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    Equal pay changes significant for women, says Minister for Women

    Some of the country's lowest-paid workers will receive more money through the easier process, Women's Minister says.

  6. Video for Business donates 1000 pairs of period underwear to charity
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    Business donates 1000 pairs of period underwear to charity

    Recent research showed 16% of girls in decile 1-3 schools had missed school due to period poverty.

  7. Video for Covid-19 Community Fund scores more for women and girls
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    Covid-19 Community Fund scores more for women and girls

    Minister for Women Julie Anne Genter says Covid-19 Community Fund for women and girls will be doubled to $2 million.   

  8. Video for Girls' voices finally heard after $2.2mil funding for period poverty
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    Girls' voices finally heard after $2.2mil funding for period poverty

    The embarrassment of generations of young women has been heard after the government has announced a budget to address period poverty.

  9. Rise of the Wahine

    Following the passage of Title IX in 1972, three incredible women battle discrimination from the halls of Washington D.C. to the dusty volleyball courts of the University of Hawaii, fighting for the rights of young women to play sports.

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