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  1. Video for Ōpōtiki boy’s poi performance goes viral
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    Ōpōtiki boy’s poi performance goes viral

    Five-year-old Ōpōtiki boy Raukura Amai-Hill has clocked over 57,000 views on Facebook after his aunty posted a clip of him performing the poi inspired by his parents' group Ōpōtiki Mai Tawhiti. 

  2. Video for Police patrol to reduce youth truancy and crime
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    Police patrol to reduce youth truancy and crime

    A link between youth truancy and crime is driving a two-week police patrol throughout the Auckland region to engage those not attending school. The patrols aim to reduce crime rates and identify children who require additional support.

  3. Video for Teens keen to reduce voting age to 16
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    Teens keen to reduce voting age to 16

    Te Wharekura o Manurewa students agree with Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft that New Zealand should consider lowering the voting age to 16-years. Principal Maahia Nathan says youth are engaged with Facebook rather than politics and without voter education it might be a hit and miss.

  4. Video for Rangatahi share stories of land protection with World Youth Leaders
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    Rangatahi share stories of land protection with World Youth Leaders

    Addressing environmental and youth social concerns were some of the issues discussed at the 29th Ship for World Youth programme.  12 countries including New Zealand took part in month-long sea bound trip across the Pacific and national leader Jay Rerekura says Māori are leading the way.

  5. Video for Māori organisations band together to combat suicide
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    Māori organisations band together to combat suicide

    Māori organisations in the Counties Manukau community are banding together to erase suicide in the region with a tikanga Māori approach. It's the first Memorandum of Collaboration (MOC) of its kind in the country and was signed today by nearly twenty government and non-government organisations to build strength in numbers to tackle the issue.

  6. Video for Long-awaited upgrade welcomed at deaf community hub
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    Long-awaited upgrade welcomed at deaf community hub

    Auckland's Kelston Deaf Education Centre officially opened its new campus today to continue educating and supporting deaf individuals within communities. The majority of the centre's students are Māori and they are excited their special place will continue to promote and uphold their culture.

  7. Video for Papakura Head boy en route to success
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    Papakura Head boy en route to success

    Papakura High School student Shar Matafeo is one of 52 youth throughout the country lucky enough to receive a $12,000 scholarship package for the duration of their tertiary study.  The 17-year-old head boy says the First Foundation funds will help him give back to his community when he starts his degree next year. 

  8. Video for Graphic safe sex clips raise eyebrows
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    Graphic safe sex clips raise eyebrows

    An online HIV prevention series aimed at gay and bisexual men is raising questions in the sexual health community about appropriate sex education. The NZ Aids Foundation's (NZAF) campaign on the Love Your Condom website shows 'how-to' demonstrations of condom use to encourage safe-sex practice. WARNING: this story contains scenes not suitable for younger audiences.

  9. Video for NZ social policies off track - Salvation Army
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    NZ social policies off track- Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army's annual State of the Nation report, Off the Track, released today, shows New Zealand is veering off course, sometimes stalling or even going backwards when it comes to child poverty, housing, and crime and punishment. 

  10. Video for If we can fight for our land, we can fight for our tamariki - Dame Tariana Turia
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    If we can fight for our land, we can fight for our tamariki- Dame Tariana Turia

    Former Māori Party co-leader Dame Tariana Turia is threatening to march to Parliament again and voice her concerns regarding the Children, Young Persons and their families (Oranga Tamariki) legislation currently before Parliament. She's concerned that the proposed amendments give CYPFS the legal power to determine who will raise Māori children who have been uplifted from family.

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