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  1. Video for Kaumātua in Rotorua feeling the chill
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    Kaumātua in Rotorua feeling the chill

    Kaumātua Jack Carroll has paid over $400, with the help of Work and Income, for a load of wood.  He says that's expensive but it's something that he needs to do in order to stay warm. 

  2. Video for Whakarewarewa female rugby players support salaries in the sport
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    Whakarewarewa female rugby players support salaries in the sport

    Professional women rugby players can start to receive up to $45,000 playing rugby. For the female players of the Whakarewarewa Rugby Club, it goes a long way in attracting more women to the sport.

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    TAHUA 2018: Hot topics for Rotorua locals

    Homelessness, housing and mental illness are some of the areas those working on the ground in Rotorua hope will receive a boost in the government's budget announcement this Thursday.

  4. Video for Outcome measurements needed for Treaty payments with conditions – ACT Leader
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    Outcome measurements needed for Treaty payments with conditions – ACT Leader

    Act Leader David Seymour is calling for measurements to be put in place to account for Treaty settlement funding when it is allocated for a specific purpose. He says it is unclear if the $18-million funding provided so far to Te Arawa River Iwi Trust to clean up the Waikato River is being used for the reason it was given. 

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    Artist releases works of Te Arawa superheroes

    A Te Arawa artist is launching a collection of works in the form of a comic book which depicts kapa haka performers as superheroes. 

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    Triple T not offended when it comes to his name

    Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi is not offended when it comes to the mispronunciation of his name. 

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    Too high a price for 28th Māori Battalion

    To the Hawke's Bay region. Robert Gillies is the last surviving veteran of B Company, having enlisted in Rotorua at 17 years old. Affectionately known as 'Bon', he was born in Waimarama, in which, their local marae paid tribute to him.

  8. Video for ANZAC Day a tradition for families from Ōhinemutu
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    ANZAC Day a tradition for families from Ōhinemutu

    A crowd of 2,000 attended the ANZAC dawn service at Te Papaiouru, Ōhinemutu in Rotorua this morning. 

  9. Video for Business for Culture initiative to build partnerships
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    Business for Culture initiative to build partnerships

    A gathering took place today on Te Takinga Marae near Rotorua between iwi representatives from Te Arawa, Wairarapa and Te Tai Rāwhiti.  Those at the meeting hope to create a network exchange hub between Māori and the wider pacific. 

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    New rehabilitation programme for offenders

    Former inmate Billy Macfarlane is mentoring high-risk offenders in Rotorua in an effort to rehabilitate them back into society. 

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