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  1. Video for Māori supporter shares her Standing Rock protest experience
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    Māori supporter shares her Standing Rock protest experience

    Johanna Lloyd and her whānau experienced first-hand what it was like at Oceti Sakawin camp and frontline in North Dakota, where they performed a haka in support.  They recently returned to home from the 7th Generation Fund Indigenous Peoples Conference in California, before heading to support the Sioux tribe of Standing Rock.

  2. Video for Police, protesters clash at Cantapeta Creek as Obama wades into Dakota dispute
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    Police, protesters clash at Cantapeta Creek as Obama wades into Dakota dispute

    Thousands of people have gathered on the shoreline of the Cantapeta Creek, just north of the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation to protest against the controversial North Dakota access pipeline.  Police have shot rubber bullets and used pepper spray on peaceful protestors, who a call themselves water protectors.

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    Facebook supporters 'check in' at Standing Rock

    As the situation at Standing Rock intensifies, people from all over the world are using Facebook to show their support for the indigenous peoples in North Dakota by 'checking in' at Standing Rock. 

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    Six in court over Kaitaia airport occupation

    Can one be trespassed from their own land?  That is the question counsel posed at the Kaitaia District Court today with six members of the Ngati Kahu tribe charged for trespass over their occupation of the Kaitaia airport last year. Ngati Kahu disputes the Crowns' claim that it has clear title to the Kaitaia airport.

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    Police and Military move in on Dakota Access Pipeline protesters

    Hundreds of police with heavy military gear have moved Dakota Access Pipeline protesters from their campsite on private land in North Dakota. The long-brewing conflict stems from concerns by the local tribes and protesters over the construction of a $3.7bil oil pipeline.

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    Anti-Dakota access pipeline protesters march on Clinton’s campaign offices

    Anti-Dakota Access pipeline protesters have today marched to Hillary Clinton’s campaign headquarters in Brooklyn to demand that the democratic presidential candidate make a stand against the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.

  7. Video for Dakota tribe calls for UN intervention as troops "terrorize" protesters
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    Dakota tribe calls for UN intervention as troops "terrorize" protesters

    On 27 October around midday, the Morton County Sheriff’s Office, officers deployed from other states, and the National Guard, descended upon protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline, North Dakota.  

  8. Video for Native Affairs - United at Standing Rock
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    Native Affairs- United at Standing Rock

    The Standing Rock Sioux are trying to stop work on a proposed multibillion-dollar oil pipeline in North Dakota. The stand against the build has been ongoing for months in court and in the Standing Rock prayer camps where Native American tribes and others have gathered in unity. Amongst them is Kingi Snelgar, A young Māori lawyer, who recently graduated from Harvard and worked with the Lakota in Pine Ridge.

  9. Video for American government call for temporary halt on Dakota Access Pipeline
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    American government call for temporary halt on Dakota Access Pipeline

    The American government has given the tribe of Standing Rock Sioux a temporary victory after they announced that it would not authorize any further construction of the $3.8 billion pipeline, a short while after a federal judge ruled to keep it going.  

  10. Video for Rereātea - Midday News Bytes 12 September
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    Rereātea- Midday News Bytes 12 September

    Rereātea brings you the latest news live from the Māori Television newsroom. Today Kimiora Kaire-Melbourne and Wikitōria Day take you through the top stories of the day.

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