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  1. Video for Youth Parliament join the fight against suicide
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    Youth Parliament join the fight against suicide

    Eighty-four young New Zealanders between the ages of 10 and 19 died by suicide in the 2018 - 2019 period. Eleven of them were under the age of 15.  These damaging results has lead Tauranga's youth parliament member Moana Anaru Palmer to support the standardised mental health check-ups that's looks to lessen the number of youth suffering from depression. 

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    Low decile schools look forward to additional support

    The new "School Donations Amendment" could see decile 1-7 schools receiving up to $150 per student per year in funding, if they agree not to request donations from parents or caregivers. 

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    "We can't sit back and let that be a shallow statement"

    After 250 years, the British High Commissioner to New Zealand has issued a formal expression of regret to the iwi of Tūranganui a Kiwa for the deaths of at least five Māori at the hands of Captain Cook and the crew of the Endeavour.

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    Kamo High awaits their new commissioner

    The Ministry of Education has announced the appointment of Tunney McFayden as Commissioner to replace the Board of Trustees that walked out of Kamo High School last week.   This is only done in extreme circumstances when all other measures have failed to rectify a failing school and a board of trustees resigns.

  5. Video for App saving indigenous Alaskan language from extinction
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    App saving indigenous Alaskan language from extinction

    An Alaskan indigenous community is saving their language and heritage on the brink of extinction with the help of Māori technology company Kiwa Digital.

  6. Video for Amnesty International Awards NZ Youth Climate Change Groups
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    Amnesty International Awards NZ Youth Climate Change Groups

    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL is awarding three New Zealand climate youth groups with its Ambassador of Conscience award, its highest recognition for human rights work, previously given to the likes of Nelson Mandela, Ai Weiwei and Malala Yousafzai.

  7. Video for Uawa Student Teacher wins Prestigious $22,000 Scholarship
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    Uawa Student Teacher wins Prestigious $22,000 Scholarship

    Uawa Resident Maria Leilua is honoured to receive the Kupe Scholarship for 2019.  Having started teacher training to nurture and educate local children, her high achievements as a trainee teacher have not gone unnoticed.

  8. Video for Education Ministry Report says Māori students discrimination more likely
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    Education Ministry Report says Māori students discrimination more likely

    It’s a parent’s nightmare to learn their children are victims of discrimination and they are being victimised by the very teachers entrusted to nurture them.

  9. Video for New Kapa Haka Competition Expands Rangatahi Horizons
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    New Kapa Haka Competition Expands Rangatahi Horizons

    A fresh new Kapa Haka tournament gives taiohi Māori an opportunity to broaden their creative horizons.

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    'We were taught American history. What about our own?'

    Aspiring Māori teachers in their third and final year of a Bachelor of Teaching have welcomed the government's decision for NZ history to be taught in schools by 2022.  The two future NZ history teachers are looking forward to sharing their passion for NZ history with their students.

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