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  1. Video for Call to permanently see Aboriginal flag on Sydney Harbour Bridge
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    Call to permanently see Aboriginal flag on Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Nearly 30,000 signatures are backing a call to get the Aboriginal flag flown permanently on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The flag is only flown on special events like Australia Day but Cheree Toka who's leading the charge wants it to be flown day and night.

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    Ngāti Kahungunu prepares to welcome the masses

    In a united front, Ngāti Kahungunu are preparing to welcome the world’s elite kapa haka teams and fans to Te Kahu o Te Amorangi senior national kapa haka competition Te Matatini 2017 at Mclean Park in Napier today. The welcoming ceremony will include a kaiwero specialist team, a massive welcoming crew and a paepae full of expert orators.

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    Australia's indigenous targets far from being met

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has delivered a bleak outlook on closing the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous Australian's, and he acknowledges the Government has a lot of work to do.

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    Māori writer helps bring aboriginal story to TV

    Acclaimed storyteller Briar Grace-Smith is the only Māori in a team of aboriginal writers who have created the first scripted live-action series for an indigenous Australian television network. 

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    Police and protestors clash at 'Invasion Day' rally

    Police and protestors clashed at an “Invasion Day” rally in Sydney where thousands turned out to support the call of the Indigenous nations not to celebrate Australia Day on January 26.

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    Indigenous views on Australia Day

    Australia Day is the official National Day of Australia. It marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the first fleet of British ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales, and the raising of the flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove.  In present-day Australia, celebrations reflect the diverse society and landscape of the nation.

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    Australian U17 Touch – The Berryman cousins

    Manurewa’s Mountford Park is hosting the Youth Trans-Tasman Touch Series this week. Among competitors are three cousins who are sporting the green and gold.

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    Australia Day is a day of mourning- indigenous TV producer

    A controversial Australian meat ad has sparked an important debate about race relations, says an indigenous television producer.

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    Australian twist on race relations

    An Australian meat campaign has hammed up the country's multicultural society while firmly reminding who the nation's indigenous people are.  The campaign features a group of aborigines setting up for a barbeque on a deserted beach, only to be joined by successive groups of different ethnicities.

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    Real Raw and Relatable- Tihei Harawira

    He is a professional musician who is making a name on the streets as a freestyle rapper. Tihei Harawira has ambitions of taking this art form all the way to the top. This week Te Kāea caught up with him on the street in Paihia.

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