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  1. Video for Pandemic forces Kiwis in Australia to move home
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    Pandemic forces Kiwis in Australia to move home

    The livelihoods of a third of the Kiwi population living in Australia have been badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Vicky Rose (Ngāpuhi), who managed the Nerang Neighbourhood Centre on the Gold Coast says despite the availability of financial subsidies for Kiwis, it's hasn't been enough to survive.

  2. Video for Whānau returns to NZ amid pandemic shutting down business
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    Whānau returns to NZ amid pandemic shutting down business

    With no income and no support from the Australian government, one Māori whānau has returned home to Aotearoa after having to close their business.

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    Covid-19 having a devastating impact on Kiwis in Australia

    Countries are locking down around the world but Australia has yet to implement a complete lockdown. Māori based in Australia say the virus has had a devasting effect on New Zealanders and their jobs.

  4. Video for Isolated Māmā concerned for self-isolators without financial support
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    Isolated Māmā concerned for self-isolators without financial support

    Grace Latimer is a Māori Liason officer at the University of Otago and has recently returned from Australia. With the support of her whānau she's already started self-isolating herself. Although she's well prepared she has concerns for other whānau who might not have that financial support.

  5. Video for Home and Away: Look out Summer Bay! The Parata are moving in!
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    Home and Away: Look out Summer Bay! The Parata are moving in!

    Former Shortland Street actor Bree Peters is set to hit screens in Australia. The Ngāpuhi/Ngāti Wai descendant who is best known for her villain character Pania Stevens on New Zealand's favourite soap opera Shortland Street is about to embark on a new role on Australian's soap opera "Home and Away", as the matriarch of the Parata whānau, the first Māori family to reside in Summer Bay.

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    Australia Day: Represents ongoing pain and suffering- Aboriginal Academic

    An Aboriginal academic from the Wiradjuri nation supports the call to change the date of Australia Day. January 26th was chosen because it marks the arrival of the First Fleet of British ships to Pork Jackson (modern day Sydney). Dr Jessa Rogers-Metuamate (Ngāti Wiradjuri) explains why this day, is a painful day for her people.

  7. Video for Number of Aus bushfires slowly decreasing but fire dangers due tomorrow
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    Number of Aus bushfires slowly decreasing but fire dangers due tomorrow

    The honourable work of emergency services in Australia is paying off with the number of bushfires in Australia decreasing as the week continues.

  8. Video for Kiwis braved 50 degree days to save Australians
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    Kiwis braved 50 degree days to save Australians

    Today a crew from the New Zealand Forest Protection Services arrived home from Australia. This is the fourth deployment for the team who were based in Tumut town, an evacuated area to the west of Australia's capital city of Canberra. Te Ao News spoke to four of the volunteers.

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    Almost 1,600 homes destroyed in Australian bushfires

    The NSW Rural Fire Service has announced that almost 1,600 homes have been destroyed by bush fires in Australia so far this 2019-20 season.

  10. Video for First NZ Defence Force contingent departs for Australian fires
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    First NZ Defence Force contingent departs for Australian fires

    The first of three NZ Air Force NH90 helicopters and crew have departed for New South Wales to support the Australian Defence Force efforts in tackling the Australian fires.

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