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    Whānau hit the road to heal issues of suicide

    Five Māori families affected by suicide are participating in a unique project in which they will travel on a bus from marae to marae starting in Taranaki and ending in Cape Reinga.

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    Native Affairs- CYFS Review

    The Minister for Social Development recently announced a comprehensive review of Child, Youth and Family.

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    Native Affairs- Home For Life?- Part 1

    The Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act stipulate that Māori children in state care should be given to carers from the same hapū and iwi. 

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    Computers at Home initiative benefit Māori whānau

    "Computers at Home" is the first free computing course in Papakura for Māori families of its kind and on top of being equipped with the skills needed to work a computer, students also get their own computer to take home upon graduation.

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    Māori whānau sell up to travel the world

    One Māori whānau has gone the extra mile in documenting their one-year voyage around the world.

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    Granddaughter remembers koro at Taranaki apology

    During the late 1800s, around 400 Taranaki people were unlawfully incarcerated and exiled to the South Island by Crown forces. 

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    Relationships between Māori families and schools must be strengthened

    There's still work to be done between schools and Māori families to strengthen the relationship between the two, according to a report by the Office of the Auditor-General. 

  8. Brothers Doug (Big D) & Wiremu (DJ Wiz) Te Moni - Funfest Auckland
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    Māori broadcasters continue to support long-standing family fun day

    Māori radio broadcasters, and brothers, Doug Te Moni (Big D), and Wiremu Te Moni (DJ Wiz NZ), say Trillian Trust's Funfest Auckland event continues to support whānau by providing a positive and safe environment with free fun activities, rides and stage competitions, as it enters its 12th year.

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    Whānau sticks with tradition of Māori names for their pēpi

    While recent statistics released by the Department of Internal Affairs show that Māori names have failed to make the top 100 most popular baby names for 2014, one whānau say the passing on of Māori names to their children is an embedded tradition among them.

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    Native Affairs Summer Series 2014- Ataahua

    Imagine being born a healthy baby, only later to become very sick, and a string of doctors can't tell you what's causing your illness.

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