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  1. Video for Tumanako and Te Rangatahi waka turn 80 years old
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    Tumanako and Te Rangatahi waka turn 80 years old

    The Waikato war canoes Tumanako and Te Rangatahi that regularly feature at the annual Ngāruawāhia Regatta are 80 years old. 

  2. Video for New Waikato Māori Women's Refuge film premiere
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    New Waikato Māori Women's Refuge film premiere

    A new documentary on domestic violence from Waikato Women's Refuge Te Whakaruruhau will premiere tonight. 

  3. Video for Paddle in Waka Tāngata highlight at Waikato River Festival
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    Paddle in Waka Tāngata highlight at Waikato River Festival

    The general public got to traverse the Waikato River in Hamilton on a traditional transportation vessel and learn historical stories along the waterway. The rare opportunity was part of this month's Waikato River Festival.

  4. Video for Auckland teams dominate at touch finals
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    Auckland teams dominate at touch finals

    Teams from Auckland dominated the National Touch Tournament over the weekend in Takanini, taking out the Open Men’s, Open Mixed and Open Women’s finals.

  5. Video for Waikeria Prison could be in for an upgrade
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    Waikeria Prison could be in for an upgrade

    The Government will soon announce whether they will invest one billion dollars to extend the premises at Waikeria Prison in south Waikato. 

  6. Video for Natural Heritage Fund protects species on Maungatautari
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    Natural Heritage Fund protects species on Maungatautari

    Aotearoa's largest mainland sanctuary, Mountain Maungatautari, has been granted $1.4 million to help protect some of the county's most threatened species.

  7. Video for Waikato-Tainui creates new industry training initiative
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    Waikato-Tainui creates new industry training initiative

    Job seekers in Waikato Tainui will have a better chance of a career in a huge range of industries after the iwi signed an agreement with 11 of the country's top industry training organisations.

  8. Video for We can never naturalise or normalise the prison – Dr Tracey McIntosh
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    We can never naturalise or normalise the prison – Dr Tracey McIntosh

    A proposal by the Labour-led Government to spend $1 billion on a new prison in the Waikato region has caused outrage from 32 leading academics urging the Government to stop building more prisons. 

  9. Video for Former Minister of Māori Development goes back to the classroom
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    Former Minister of Māori Development goes back to the classroom

    Former Māori Party Co-Leader Te Ururoa Flavell is braced for a return to education.  Five months after his exit from Parliament the one-time boarding school principal has been welcomed on to Waikato University's Te Kohinga Mārama Marae to take a new part-time role as a Professorial Teaching Fellow. 

  10. Video for Māori businesses to benefit from Hamilton Sevens
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    Māori businesses to benefit from Hamilton Sevens

    Māori businesses are set to benefit hugely from the HSB Sevens World series that kicks off this weekend, with tickets to both days of the tournament already sold out.  

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