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  1. Video for 'They don't care about our environment' - Tuiono joins calls to protect Pacific
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    'They don't care about our environment'- Tuiono joins calls to protect Pacific

    Green Party MP Teanau Tuiono says the Pacific needs more support to protect the ocean from the effects of profit-hunting multinational companies.

  2. Video for Dan Carter says Liam Messam inspired his last kick in test rugby
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    Dan Carter says Liam Messam inspired his last kick in test rugby

    All Black Dan Carter has given Liam Messam 'big ups' on his goal kicking skills, even though the Chiefs player says he 'can't kick'.

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    Nauru confirms first cases of Covid 'safely contained in quarantine'

    Source / The Government of the Republic of Nauru The pacific nation of Nauru has confirmed its first two cases of Covid-19 over the weekend. Both were detected in quarantine.

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    'True Māori, Pacific solution' to bowel screening campaign

    Puhimoana Ariki Collective: Sam Robinson (left) and Inia Maxwell and Rongopai Stirling-Maxwell (centre) are with Māori agency Wawata Creative.

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    Concern for addiction sufferers, mental health patients as vax rates trail general population

    As Aotearoa battles community transmission of the Omicron variant, too many Māori who experience mental distress or addiction remain unvaccinated

  6. Video for 'Dawn raids were racist' - Sir Kim Workman quit senior police role to protest
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    'Dawn raids were racist'- Sir Kim Workman quit senior police role to protest

    Sir Kim Workman became a police officer in 1958 after developing a passion for social justice. But after years in his career he decided to quit after witnessing racism in the police force.

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    'Learn from previous mistakes, prioritise Māori and Pacific'- Dr Elizabeth Kerekere

    Photo / File It is critical that the government learn from previous mistakes and prioritise those most at risk from Omicron, such as Māori and Pacific whānau, the Green Party says.

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    Gov't sets aside $6.2mn to tackle inequities in cancer treatment

    Government agencies have set-aside $6.2 million to address inequities in cancer care for Māori and Pacific peoples.

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