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  1. Video for Mr G sprays community pride across NZ rural towns
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    Mr G sprays community pride across NZ rural towns

    Mr G is a contemporary multi-disciplinary artist renowned for his high profile works of art across mixed canvases, from cliff faces, sheds and even water tanks. He has received international acclaim for his giant murals of Kiwi basketball star Steven Adams in Oklahoma and music legend Prince in Minnesota, which has now become one of the most visited sites in the city of Chanhassen.

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    Let the NCEA and scholarship exams begin

    NCEA and scholarship exams begin today with more than 146,000 students participating. 

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    Tirikatene accuses Turei of ‘opportunistic run’ in Te Tai Tonga

    Incumbent Labour MP for Te Tai Tonga, Rino Tirikatene has accused Greens MP Metiria Turei of an ‘opportunistic run’ at the Te Tai Tonga seat during the Election Aotearoa leader’s debate on Māori Television.

  4. Video for Child advocacy group wants harsher penalties on child abusers
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    Child advocacy group wants harsher penalties on child abusers

    The Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness (CAPA) community group is calling for harsher penalties on child abusers. The call was made at a march in Taupō, to raise awareness and prevent child abuse.

  5. Video for Horowhenua College recognised in PM's Academic Excellence Awards
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    Horowhenua College recognised in PM's Academic Excellence Awards

    Māori students at Horowhenua College are exceeding national trends, achieving some of the highest academic results in the college through its Rangatahi Ora programme. Now the programme is up for a top award as a finalist for the Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards.

  6. Video for A Māori broadcaster and a hero honoured at investitures
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    A Māori broadcaster and a hero honoured at investitures

    Today saw the beginning of investitures at Government House in Auckland for the people named in the New Year and Queen's Birthday honours lists. A number of Māori have been honoured including Reuben Collier.

  7. Video for Fallen Māori veterans in Malaysia set to return home
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    Fallen Māori veterans in Malaysia set to return home

    Te Paraeroa a Tūmataueranga is a group who've been fighting on behalf of the families to bring their loved ones home following the Malayan Emergency war. Thirty six Service personnel and dependants will be brought back to New Zealand from Southeast Asia, six of those remains are Māori.  Te Kāea spoke to ex-servicemen Hemana Waaka of Te Paraeroa a Tūmatauenga.

  8. Video for Cyclone Cook hits Aotearoa
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    Cyclone Cook hits Aotearoa

    New Zealand is bracing itself as Cyclone Cook batters down the country. High winds are expected to reach 120km/h forcing disruptions across the Auckland region.

  9. Video for Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on
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    Waka Huia stands strong 30 years on

    For thirty years Waka Huia has been capturing, promoting and preserving the most prized and personal stories from within Māori communities on the silver screen, and after thousands of episodes, it is still going strong.

  10. Video for First global smartphone with Māori language operating systems unveiled
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    First global smartphone with Māori language operating systems unveiled

    The world's first smartphone with a te reo Māori language operating system has been unveiled. The Huawei latest P Series smartphone offers te reo Māori as a standardised language option.

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