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  1. Video for Strategy hui to improve Kāumātua Kuia health
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    Strategy hui to improve Kāumātua Kuia health

    Today the Ministry of Health met at a South Auckland Marae to talk with kaumātua, kuia and Māori service providers in the health sector, to get their ideas about how the health system can do better at improving older people's health.

  2. Video for Māori health providers hope to see new funding allocated for sexual violence
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    Māori health providers hope to see new funding allocated for sexual violence

    The government plans to invest $46mil over four years to prevent sexual violence and to better support victims. However, a Māori service provider has concerns.

  3. Video for Native Affairs - The Crowded Cove
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    Native Affairs- The Crowded Cove

    How many tourists are too many?  On the Coromandel Peninsula the locals around the seaside village of Hahei are up in arms over a controversial plan to develop a walking track around the world famous Cathedral Cove or Mautohe.  Renee Kahukura Iosefa visited with the local iwi, Ngati Hei who are at the centre of the debate and discussed their plans to welcome tourists.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Breaking The Cycle
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    Native Affairs- Breaking The Cycle

    This Sunday, a public march called "A Hikoi for Moko - Not One Child More" has been organised in Northland. The torture and resulting death of toddler Moko Rangitoheriri by his caregivers has outraged New Zealanders. But Moko's case isn't the first and sadly, probably won't be the last. And as we do when a child is killed in Aotearoa we seek answers. Heeni Brown went to Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena to find a solution from a man who not only studies violence, he's also lived it.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - The Mozzie Buzz
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    Native Affairs- The Mozzie Buzz

    After two weeks of racing on the Sunshine Coast in Australia, Aotearoa's finest waka ama paddlers have returned home victorious. Upsetting favourites Tahiti for the first time, New Zealand won the entire competition with a total of 79 medals - 30 gold, 27 silver and 22 bronze.

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    Diversity debate over Snapchat beauty filter

    Some Snapchat users are complaining online that the app's beauty filters suggest a lighter skin tone is more appealing or attractive to its users. The filter applies a mask that enhances and lightens skin tone before users send the picture or clip to their friends.

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    Should religious studies be decided by parents?

    Anglican Church Minister, Hirini Kaa believes families need to determine the religious instruction of their children, not schools. This follows a challenge to religious instruction in state schools, which was recently thrown out of court.

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    Witehira wins Māori Business leader award

    An exponent in business who climbed the ranks of supermarket giant Foodstuffs to direct Ngāpuhi Asset Holdings, Jason Witehira has won Outstanding Māori Business Leader at the Aotearoa Māori Business Leader Awards. 

  9. Video for CrossFit Pacific Regional - Mikaere playing the game his way
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    CrossFit Pacific Regional- Mikaere playing the game his way

    Michael Mikaere has maintained his position in the top ten CrossFit athletes from New Zealand and he's back again this year competing at the Pacific Regional in Wollongong. This year he's say he's just doing his thing and playing the game his way.

  10. Video for 2016 Waka Ama Worlds - Finals 1000m and 1500m
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    2016 Waka Ama Worlds- Finals 1000m and 1500m

    In the second to last day of the competition, NZ dominated again, this time in the longer distance races. Ages U16 to Opens from NZ did well in their races, which featured turns from every team. It puts NZ in a good position to win this competition overall, with the final day held tomorrow.

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