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  1. Video for Wahine Toa Hunter dies suddenly
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    Wahine Toa Hunter dies suddenly

    The hunting fraternity is in mourning over the shocking death of a Wahine Toa Hunter. Parekura Billie-Louise Dinsdale-Whareaorere, 20, of Te Puke died suddenly while in east coast settlement of Te Araroa on New Year’s Day. The death has been referred to the Coroner.

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    Ngāpuhi Rangatahi brings 'nuggets' of knowledge to Samoa

    Fourteen-year-old Epifania Tusani (Ngāpuhi, Hāmoa) is no stranger to charity work.  From a young age, she has worked alongside her friends and whānau to give back to less fortunate communities in Samoa. Her latest venture involves repurposing chicken coops and building miniature libraries filled with used and donated books for local children to read.

  3. Video for Made of Manukau pop-up supporting local Māori, Pasifika businesses
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    Made of Manukau pop-up supporting local Māori, Pasifika businesses

    The Made of Manukau pop-up retail experience returns to Te Haa o Manukau just in time for Christmas. Its aim is to support small South Auckland businesses while encouraging Māori and Pasifika to explore social entrepreneurship.

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    Māori sports help students learn leadership skills

    Te Wiki Hākinakina is a biennial sports event for Kura Kaupapa all over New Zealand. It's also an opportunity to celebrate the values of Te Aho Matua. This year, Te Wiki Hākinakina was held in Te Tai Tokerau, with schools visiting different whenua of Te Hiku o te Ika.

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    A whare of hope in Tairāwhiti

    A new hub of businesses working under one roof in Tarāwhiti is taking an innovative approach to how they run to help empower people in the community.

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    Masters graduate dreams of running kura for young māmā

    The dream of one day running a school for teenage mothers is a step closer to becoming a reality for a young Māori mother.  Today, Miria Haora of Ngāti Whātua and Tauranga Moana descent graduated with a Masters of Education degree from Te Wānanga o Raukawa.

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    Scooter Bros: "They tell me off for my 'motherly' reactions"

    Scooter champ brothers Kahu and Maka Day-Brown are upping their training hours in the lead up to the NZ nationals in the new year, with Kahu who turned pro in May eyeing the "golden ticket" of qualification for the Barcelona worlds by topping his section.

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    "Hidden agendas that create racist policies"- Youth advocate

    NZ delegate to the United Nations Youth Assembly is challenging Youth Minister Peeni Henare to establish a pro-Māori kaupapa driven policy for youth service providers. Youth homelessness among Māori is increasing because the system is ‘racist’.  

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    My dad "hates" Fortnite, says young Māori gamer

    With Esports and Fortnite continuing to grow here in New Zealand, our reporter D'Angelo Martin spoke to the Gregoire whānau, who attended the Armageddon Expo in Auckland which celebrates gaming, animation, cosplay and more, to see if playing Fortnite is an alarming issue within their household. 

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    ‘Extremely difficult to read’ tamariki have their say about living in residential care

    Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft has today released a new report where children and young people say, in their own words, what it's like to live in secure residential care.

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