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  1. Video for 33 jobs saved as The Warehouse Kaikohe remains open
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    33 jobs saved as The Warehouse Kaikohe remains open

    The Warehouse and the landlord of the retailers' Kaikohe branch have extended their property lease for another two years, allowing the store to remain open.  

  2. Video for New Te Reo Māori graduates intent on 'te reo o te kāinga'
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    New Te Reo Māori graduates intent on 'te reo o te kāinga'

    The advancement of the regional dialect is at the forefront for the new wave of skilled Māori orators emerging from the North.

  3. Video for Northland prepares for Te Tai Tokerau kapa haka regionals
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    Northland prepares for Te Tai Tokerau kapa haka regionals

    Northland is preparing for the Te Tai Tokerau regional kapa haka competition in Whangarei tomorrow.   

  4. Video for Hato Paora take to the North
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    Hato Paora take to the North

    A group of fifty six senior students from Hato Paora College, the largest Māori boys boarding school in New Zealand, head towards Te Tai Tokerau today.

  5. Video for Iwi request Ardern's baby's pito whenua to be buried in Waitangi
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    Iwi request Ardern's baby's pito whenua to be buried in Waitangi

    A new government also means a new direction. The mood in Waitangi seems to be one of peace as many, including politicians, comment on the tranquillity of today's proceedings. Another major talking point today was the iwi asking that the placenta of Jacinda Ardern's child be brought back to Waitangi to be buried.

  6. Video for 1000 Xmas boxed blessings for Northland whānau
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    1000 Xmas boxed blessings for Northland whānau

    Of 1000 Christmas boxes distributed to whānau throughout Northland last week, only one had a golden ticket.  Te Kāea was on hand to witness the lucky recipients of the box with the extra special gift that went to the Johnstone whānau.

  7. Video for Food rescue group redistributes surplus food to community
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    Food rescue group redistributes surplus food to community

    A food rescue project in Northland has collected five tonnes of quality surplus food from food retailers and redistributed it to the community during a three months trial.

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    Sibling fraud leaves Māori land-owners at loss

    Stephen Henare (60) and Margaret Dixon (59) whom are brother and sister have been charged with fraud. The duo face Crime Act charges of ‘Theft by person in special relationship’ due to their roles as trustees for the Parengarenga 3G Trust.

  9. Video for Iwi chairs want Independent Māori Land Services in the regions
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    Iwi chairs want Independent Māori Land Services in the regions

    Iwi chairs are calling for Independent Maori Land Services in the regions to increase productivity on Māori Freehold lands. It follows the completion of case studies in five regions to gauge the potential for Maori land use. 

  10. Video for Mana Movement claims independent Māori voice has been lost in parliament
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    Mana Movement claims independent Māori voice has been lost in parliament

    The Mana Movement is aggrieved that Parliament no longer has an independent Māori voice following the downfall of the Māori Party in last nights election and the retention of the Te Tai Tokerau seat by Labour Deputy leader Kelvin Davis. 

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