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  1. Video for Taupō fundraising project saves kuia from burning house
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    Taupō fundraising project saves kuia from burning house

    A Taupōnuiatia kuia says if it wasn't for her moko's fundraising project she would have died when a fire broke out in her hosue.

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    One third of 18-24 year old eligible voters not enrolled

    Māori Television reporter D'angelo Martin, aka Tūturu Māori, has been hired by the Electoral Commission to encourage rangatahi voting.

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    Police respond to fight involving armed students at Whangārei school

    Armed students were reported fighting.

  4. Video for Business donates 1000 pairs of period underwear to charity
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    Business donates 1000 pairs of period underwear to charity

    Recent research showed 16% of girls in decile 1-3 schools had missed school due to period poverty.

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    He Awa Ara Rau sees 100 rangatahi on their education journey

    Te Awa Ara Rau launches

  6. Video for Te Whare Tuhua – a place for youth justice rangatahi to belong
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    Te Whare Tuhua – a place for youth justice rangatahi to belong

    The head of a youth justice facility in Tauranga Moana says the first thing his charges want is positive reinforcement.

  7. Video for Māori university students have their say on cannabis referendum
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    Māori university students have their say on cannabis referendum

    The proposed Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill would allow people to possess and consume cannabis in limited circumstances.

  8. Video for Oranga Tamariki, womens' health and te reo: what Māori students want government to focus on
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    Oranga Tamariki, womens' health and te reo: what Māori students want government to focus on

    Auckland University students held their annual Māori day, Te Rā Māori, which included political panels, workshops, kai and performances.

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    Tertiary students to benefit from $25 million in mental health care

    About 300,000 tertiary students are to benefit from the government's investment to help students manage ongoing stresses related to Covid-19.

  10. Video for 'Nanogirl' on a mission to help tamariki Māori embrace science
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    'Nanogirl' on a mission to help tamariki Māori embrace science

    Dr Michelle Dickinson aka Nanogirl is on a mission to bring science into Aotearoa homes.

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