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  1. Video for Suicide prevention worker urges different approach
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    Suicide prevention worker urges different approach

    A suicide prevention worker is urging the government to support a national Māori strategy framework on suicide.  Michael Naera says the Māori suicide rate is the highest it's ever been so a different approach to finding solutions is needed.

  2. Video for Smear Your Mea campaign launches national day
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    Smear Your Mea campaign launches national day

    Today is the one year anniversary of Smear Your Mea campaigner Talei Roimata Morrison's cervical cancer diagnosis. The Rotorua woman died in June this year. Today more than 160 people honoured her memory by participating in a fun ride and walk in Rotorua.

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    Māori Trust Dairy Operation supports new legislation

    The owners of a Māori trust dairy operation near Rotorua welcome the passing of the dairy check legislation despite the loss of civil liberties it entails for the farm's staff. James Warbrick of the Parekarangi Trust Farm says outfits such as his are answerable to their beneficiaries so the extra health compliance measure works in their favour.

  4. Video for 'E Oho' researched book produced by Raimona Inia for Te Arawa
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    'E Oho' researched book produced by Raimona Inia for Te Arawa

    Today in Maketū near the landing of the Te Arawa canoe a special ceremony took place acknowledging 'E Oho' a book researched by Raimona Inia of Te Arawa. The book is a collection of historical information collected by Inia from elders of Te Arawa.

  5. Video for Te Kura o Te Teko winners of the Rangitaiki Cultural Festival
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    Te Kura o Te Teko winners of the Rangitaiki Cultural Festival

    Te Kura o Te Teko have taken out their regional kapa haka competition of Te Rangitaiki over the weekend. They are also last year winners of the national primary schools held in Gisborne. The Rangitaiki festival was a two day event held in Whakatāne.

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    Reviving the traditional tools of tā moko

    With moko becoming increasingly visible, one practitioner is cutting his own path with a point of difference.  Mokonuiarangi Smith, from Te Arawa and Tākitimu, uses traditional tattoo tools that have origins in the Pacific.

  7. Video for New chief of Defence Force receives Haane Manahi Sword
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    New chief of Defence Force receives Haane Manahi Sword

    The new chief of Defence Force, Air Marshal Kevin Short was presented with the Te Arawa Sword of Gallantry for Haane Manahi. The sword is presented to each Defence Force chief for the duration of their tenure.

  8. Video for Iwi researchers, scientists study natural disasters
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    Iwi researchers, scientists study natural disasters

    Geologists and volcanologists today met with iwi researchers at Tangatarua Marae in Rotorua to better understand, prepare and respond to natural disasters. 

  9. Video for Te Rangihakahaka school fights enrolment cap
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    Te Rangihakahaka school fights enrolment cap

    A partnership school in Te Arawa is disappointed at the Ministry of Education who has capped their roll to 75 this follows the closing of partnership schools under the ministry.

  10. Video for Marae in Rotorua benefiting from workshops on P
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    Marae in Rotorua benefiting from workshops on P

    Kevin Hollingsworth a former meth user who has been P free for seven years is helping to educate others about the risks of the drug in Rotorua.  Hollingsworth, of Te Utuhina Manaakitanga, helps runs wōrkshops on marae and hopes other communities will follow suit.

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