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  1. Video for Former Māori AB launches autobiography on eve of Māori vs Lions test
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    Former Māori AB launches autobiography on eve of Māori vs Lions test

    Former Māori All Black Bob Thompson, launched his autobiography ‘A Bob Each Way’ at a lunch in Rotorua today. A story which reflects on his successful rugby career, playing for the Māori All Blacks in the late 60’s and becoming the only player to cross the ditch to also represent the Wallabies in three international test matches.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – 1967 Yes Book
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    Native Affairs – 1967 Yes Book

    A look into the Australia's historical 1967 referendum. The nation was asked to vote whether they supported a law change to include aboriginal rights in the Constitution. It was an overwhelming YES vote and another step towards reconciliation. Fifty years later, a Melbourne-based author is trying to explain the historic changes to children, using the language kids know best - a picture book about friendship.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Aboriginal Men’s Movement
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    Native Affairs – Aboriginal Men’s Movement

    Tonight on Native Affairs, we head to remote Central Australia where a men's programme was created to reconnect indigenous youth with their cultural traditions.  The Tjilirra Men's Movement has also been endorsed by the legendary Flying Doctors service as a way of helping men deal with mental health. 

  4. Video for Noelene Taurua guides Sunshine Coast lightning to semi-finals in their debut year
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    Noelene Taurua guides Sunshine Coast lightning to semi-finals in their debut year

    After her success last year with New Zealand's Southern Steel team in the ANZ Championships, Noeline Taurua has repeated her semi-final luck in Australia's new Super Netball series with Sunshine Coast Lightning, steamrolling their way to the semi-finals in their debut year. The No.2 team will face top of ladder team, Melbourne Vixens, for a one-way ticket to the finals.

  5. Video for Mr Polynesia 2017 - Shannon Karaka
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    Mr Polynesia 2017- Shannon Karaka

    Shannon Karaka took the title at the Mr. Polynesia 2017 competition in Australia last week. This year the pageant's theme was to raise awareness around mental health in Polynesian men.

  6. Video for “I tried to scrub the brown out of my skin,”- Aussie TV Star
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    “I tried to scrub the brown out of my skin,”- Aussie TV Star

    Acclaimed Australian broadcaster Stan Grant has revealed his struggle to embrace his Aborginal culture and admits as a child he tried to scrub the brown out of his skin. 

  7. Video for Brisbane Kōhanga Reo first of its kind
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    Brisbane Kōhanga Reo first of its kind

    Kōhanga Ēkara is an early childcare centre which is based in the Brisbane suburb of Eagleby. The first centre of its kind in Australia that teaches both Māori and English, the Kōhanga is also a place for parents to engage in the Māori language.

  8. Video for Ngāti Ranginui boxer "Sugar Neekz" eyes Pacquiao undercard
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    Ngāti Ranginui boxer "Sugar Neekz" eyes Pacquiao undercard

    Tauranga boxer Cherneka Johnson is pursuing a spot on the undercard of the Jeff Horn v Manny Pacquiao fight on July 2nd in Brisbane. Johnson, who chose to represent Australia, has been a fighting as a professional for two years and is currently unbeaten after 5 fights.

  9. Video for Taurua set to take Sunshine Coast to netball playoffs
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    Taurua set to take Sunshine Coast to netball playoffs

    Former New Zealand netball coach Noeline Taurua is set to take The Sunshine Coast Lightning into the playoffs of the Australian competition Suncorp Super Netball in their first season. Taurua is also the only New Zealander to win the now defunct ANZ Championship.

  10. Video for WTO support of cigarette plain packaging a win for NZ – Marama Fox
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    WTO support of cigarette plain packaging a win for NZ – Marama Fox

    The Māori Party is applauding reports that the World Trade Organization is backing Australia's stance on tobacco plain packaging laws as a health measure.  Co-leader Marama Fox says it supports Aotearoa's plain packaging law which was spearheaded by the Māori Party.

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