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  1. Video for Jami-Lee Ross wants to end the Chinafication of politics
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    Jami-Lee Ross wants to end the Chinafication of politics

    Jami-Lee Ross says that it's up to the public to decide if he's trustworthy or not.

  2. Video for Māori are tired of working with Aussie banks - Ngahiwi Tomoana
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    Māori are tired of working with Aussie banks- Ngahiwi Tomoana

    Ngahiwi Tomoana of the Iwi Chairs Forum says Māori are getting tired of working with Australian banks, and are starting to reach out to establish relationships with other banks in other countries.

  3. Video for Waitaha Hemp business celebrates first shipment to China
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    Waitaha Hemp business celebrates first shipment to China

    The Brothers Green is a Waitaha-based company that specialises in hemp food and body care products. Halts to trade and export as a result of COVID-19 has had a major impact on the business but today co-founders of the business Brendon, Brad and Michael celebrated sending their first shipment off to China.

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    Govt expresses concern about China's Hong Kong security legislation

    Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says the New Zealand government has reacted with concern at the introduction of legislation in China's National People's Congress relating to national security in Hong Kong.

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    Coronavirus cancellations put Shepherds Reign out of work

    South Auckland metal band Shepherds Reign were due to be the supporting act for The HU tonight at the Powerstation. However the recently imposed border restrictions meant that The HU were forced to cancel their one night tour of Aotearoa.

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    Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans

    Ngāti Porou Seafoods Group could be returning their live lobster catch intended for the China market to the ocean after a halt in export demands following the mysterious coronavirus. The challenges of the deadly virus have been felt in the Gisborne region, in the export of lobsters, horticulture, fisheries and now logging.

  7. Video for Nurse says Coronavirus misinformation leads to racial misgivings
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    Nurse says Coronavirus misinformation leads to racial misgivings

    A registered nurse of Asian descent, who has lived more than half her life in Auckland, has said that the misinformation surrounding Coronavirus has led to racial misgivings about her ethnic community.

  8. Video for 118 million litres of wai Māori exported for 52c per litre
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    118 million litres of wai Māori exported for 52c per litre

    The government and local councils gave the green light to suck up 118 million litres of wai Māori, at a mere 52 cents a litre last year. A Chinese water bottling giant in Otakiri wants to increase that amount by 154,000 bottles an hour. In defending their application to bottle the wai, Creswell NZ LTD said that New Zealand’s reputation could be tarnished because the government actively encouraged the company owners to invest here.

  9. Video for Tuku Iho | Living Legacy Exhibition returns to China
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    Tuku Iho | Living Legacy Exhibition returns to China

    Māori culture took centre stage in Shanghai China over the weekend with the official opening of the Tuku Iho | Living Legacy exhibition.  The event also marked the start of New Zealand Week - a week dedicated to shining the spotlight on culture, products and creativity from Aotearoa.

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    Pandas protected as symbol of national identity

    A delegation from Aotearoa New Zealand is in Chengdu, China ahead of the Opening the Doors to the West Business Forum. Te Ao Māori News checked in on the livelihood of their most prized animal, the Panda.

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