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  1. Video for Australian U17 Touch – The Berryman cousins

    Australian U17 Touch – The Berryman cousins

    Manurewa’s Mountford Park is hosting the Youth Trans-Tasman Touch Series this week. Among competitors are three cousins who are sporting the green and gold.

  2. Video for Waka Ama - Brother vs Brother-in-law

    Waka Ama- Brother vs Brother-in-law

    Waka Ama - The big names on display today were Halberg Awards nominee Kiwi Campbell and Akayshia Williams who won gold at the Waka Ama World Sprint Championships. Turanga Barcay-Kerr also competed. But perhaps the race of the day was between two brothers-in-law.

  3. Video for Kingi Ihaka - Father, soldier, broadcaster and iwi leader

    Kingi Ihaka- Father, soldier, broadcaster and iwi leader

    After a long battle with cancer, War Veteran, TV Broadcaster and cultural advisor Kingi Ihaka of Te Aupouri has passed away at the age of 74. Kingi died this morning surrounded by his family at the Mercy Hospice in Auckland, his son Stephen Ihaka spoke to Te Kāea earlier today about his legacy.

  4. Video for Parents guide to NCEA

    Parents guide to NCEA

    About 160,000 students around New Zealand have just found out the results of their NCEA exams so Careers New Zealand has released five easy steps to help parents guide teenagers through NCEA results and how to talk to your teenagers about their future careers. 

  5. Video for Selfies too sexy for Nan?

    Selfies too sexy for Nan?

    There's a new online campaign encouraging good decision-making amongst youth before they text, post online or send private messages through apps. Te Rau Matatini's #TechTikanga was launched yesterday and has had more than 80,000 views since.

  6. Video for Whānau worried about eroding cemetery

    Whānau worried about eroding cemetery

    Rising water levels is threatening an ancient seaside cemetery in the Coromandel, forcing the families of those buried in the cemetery to take action. Families living in Koputauaki are calling for the wider families to come together and work on a solution after decades of division.

  7. Video for John Key resigns – I have nothing left in the tank

    John Key resigns – I have nothing left in the tank

    New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has announced his shock resignation stating he has got nothing more left in the tank. Key informed his cabinet and caucus this morning that he wouldn't be standing in the next election. He is the first New Zealand Prime Minister to resign while in office since David Lange in 1989. 

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    Native Affairs – Kaikōura earthquake aftermath

    From earthquake damaged homes, to Civil Defence evacuations, to Pāua salvation. Native Affairs reporter Oriini Kaipara hit the ground this week to see the impact the earthquakes have had on Kaikōura residents.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Goose Bay evacuated

    Native Affairs- Goose Bay evacuated

    Goose Bay residents are frantically evacuating their homes after being warned a dam built up by the recent earthquake could breach and threaten their community.

  10. Video for Native Affairs – Love changes lives

    Native Affairs – Love changes lives

    We revisited a special Native Affairs story about Patricia Walsh who grew up in a home without love. Instead, it was filled with violence and abuse that continued into her adult life. Trapped in a life of crime and methamphetamine use Patricia was given an ultimatum by her whānau. How did she change? In the studio, Native Affairs surprised Patricia with a special guest who had written a letter to Patricia to thank her for her story.

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