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  1. Video for Good samaritan opens home to homeless
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    Good samaritan opens home to homeless

    A South Auckland man has opened his home to give temporary accommodation to homeless families. He's one of many who have heeded the call from Te Puea Marae to help those in need.

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    Gisborne All Black's run cut short

    Chiefs midfielder Charlie Ngatai has been ruled out of the All Blacks to deal with on-going concussion symptoms. It's only been two days since the Ngāti Porou midfielder was named in the first ABs squad of the year. Now selectors have been forced to replace the in-form centre of Super Rugby.

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    Gridiron dream lives on for Kātene

    American Football may not be as big of a sport as rugby and league in NZ, but for one Māori boy, it is. Te Puoho Kātene was just recently named in the NZ national squad, the Steel Blacks, the National American Football team a team he was first named in ten years ago.

  4. Video for Poverty still the focus despite Māori Party gains
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    Poverty still the focus despite Māori Party gains

    The Māori Party has been praised by Māori leaders for their gains in yesterday's Budget announcement, but a Māori community advocate says more work still needs to be done to address poverty among whānau living in Auckland. 

  5. Video for Budget 2016 - Whānau in need sceptical about housing relief
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    Budget 2016- Whānau in need sceptical about housing relief

    Community groups providing support for homeless families are sceptical about whether this year's budget will provide any relief for them.

  6. Video for Budget 2016 - Māori dominated sporting codes lose out
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    Budget 2016- Māori dominated sporting codes lose out

    Māori-dominated sporting codes are probably the biggest loser in today’s budget. Minister for Sport and Recreation​ Sports Minister, Jonathan Coleman earmarked $16 million for high-performance sport, with the aim of boosting New Zealand's performance at the Olympics in 2020.

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    Budget 2016- Breakdown, gains and losses

    The Government has invested billions in this year’s budget into initiatives it claims will ensure economic growth in New Zealand. Health and core public services like health and education were the big winners in Bill English's 8th Budget. Te Kāea reporters Heeni Brown and Heta Gardiner analysed Budget 2016 and will take us through all the gains and losses for Māori.  

  8. Video for Budget 2016 - More pūtea for Kapa Haka
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    Budget 2016- More pūtea for Kapa Haka

    The biggest kapa haka festival in the world Te Matatini is set to get an extra $700,000 from this year's Budget, a boost of more than 50% from last year's funding.

  9. Video for Housing top priority for Maori in Budget 2016
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    Housing top priority for Maori in Budget 2016

    Housing, Whānau Ora and kapa haka are some of the major issues Māori want addressed in the 2016 Budget. Parliament was full to the brim with iwi hearing their treaty bills read in the House, so we asked them what they wanted in this year's budget.

  10. Video for A celebration of art and music at the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam
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    A celebration of art and music at the Pacific Arts Festival in Guam

    The art of weaving and traditional music are major features at the 12th Pacific Arts Festival in Guam.  Delegations from around the Pacific are sharing aspects of the culture and they are finding solidarity in the sharing of those traditions.

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