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    Māori parents more supported by whānau when it comes to childcare

    First-time māmā Louise Tyson is one of many Māori parents more likely to receive support from family when it comes to childcare.  That's according to a new survey which found 75 percent of Māori respondents had access to support from close or extended family compared to 65 percent of non-Māori.

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    Warmer for homeless, safer for women

    More than 50 long-term homeless in Auckland will have a safe, warm, place to stay after an inner-city hostel providing emergency housing reopened this week after shutting its doors last year because of the dilapidated state of its buildings.

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    A day of free travel on trains, buses and ferries for Tāmaki Makaurau

    Auckland has reached 100 million public transport trips in the past year, making this the biggest year for buses, trains and ferry travel in the city since 1951.

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    Petrol station goes tobacco free to help people quit

    A petrol station in Kaupakapaka will stop selling tobacco on World Smokefree day today in a bid to help community members quit smoking. 

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    Teachers consider career changes if no better offer

    Teachers on strike in Tāmaki Makaurau say they would consider changing careers if the government doesn’t offer them a higher pay increase.

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    Māori artist annoyed at awards snub

    A Māori designed bridge won a prestigious architecture award recently but not without controversy. The Māori artist who created its striking look is frustrated he wasn't given the recognition his work deserves and says it's something that happens all the time to Māori. 

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    No arrests in peaceful protest at Ihumātao

    Peaceful protesters group SOUL has cleared Ihumātao Quarry Road but will continue to protest, preventing Fletcher Buildings from starting construction of 480 homes.

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    Te reo roll-out for Auckland's Link buses

    Auckland's InnerLink buses are set to offer next stop announcements in te reo Māori following the success of the Māori language service announcements on the city's trains. 

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    Woman charged after man found dead in firearms incident

    A 37-year-old woman has been charged with murder following the death of a man at a rural address in South Head, north of Auckland this morning.

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    Kings ready for Div 1 performance

    Following the aftermath of event cancellations due to the Christchurch terror attacks, Auckland's Polyfest groups are back on the grind. Te Ao caught up with King's College in Ōtāhuhu about their preparations for the special Te Pou Herenga Waka o Kia Aroha Division 1 Competition.  

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