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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Synthetic Weed Nearly Killed Me
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    Native Affairs- Synthetic Weed Nearly Killed Me

    Drugs that were legal but are now illegal and unregulated. Nine people have died from a lethal mix of the drug in Auckland. But there are also problems in the regions.

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    Renting stories aimed at cutting through political noise

    Social rights campaigner Laura O'Connell is leading research groups to source stories from renters around the country. The research is aimed at encouraging landlords to provide better conditions for rental properties.

  3. Video for New study reignites calls to ban smoking in cars
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    New study reignites calls to ban smoking in cars

    One in five Year 10 students, particularly Māori and Pacific, continue to be exposed to smoking in cars according to a report by University of Otago. Researchers say it contradicts Government claims that current initiatives are sufficient to protect children from the dangers of second-hand smoke.

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    National MP Todd Barclay taps out of Parliament

    It's bye-bye for National MP Todd Barclay, he has resigned and announced he will step down as a candidate for this year's election, and will exit parliament at the end of this term. But some MPs say he should have left sooner.

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    Wandering toddler – the harmful effects of viral videos

    The grandmother of a toddler found on the street wandering in just her underwear says she's taken the toddler into her own care. A video of the distressed child has gone viral online and police inquiries into the incident are continuing.

  6. Video for NZ Youth Award Recipient acknowledged as a dynamic role model
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    NZ Youth Award Recipient acknowledged as a dynamic role model

    The former head prefect at Whangarei Girls High School has been acknowledged in this year's New Zealand Youth Awards as a cultural change maker.  Justice Hetaraka uses the composition of prayer to develop appreciation by Māori students for their own culture. It's been adopted by the school as an integral part of its daily process. 

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    Māori name unveiled for the Justices of Peace association

    A new Māori name has been unveiled for the Justices of Peace association in Rotorua. Te Arawa are hosting this year's 89th annual conference.  One of the key focuses for the association is to make sure JP's are better skilled in their position. 

  8. Video for Papakura Head boy en route to success
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    Papakura Head boy en route to success

    Papakura High School student Shar Matafeo is one of 52 youth throughout the country lucky enough to receive a $12,000 scholarship package for the duration of their tertiary study.  The 17-year-old head boy says the First Foundation funds will help him give back to his community when he starts his degree next year. 

  9. Video for Homosexual law reform long overdue - Georgina Beyer
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    Homosexual law reform long overdue- Georgina Beyer

    Historic convictions for sex between men in New Zealand will be quashed on a case by case basis, for people convicted before homosexual law reform in 1986. Georgina Beyer says this is about the human rights of homosexuals whose lives were impacted under the law of this country. Today's announcement can help address the mistakes of the New Zealand Government.

  10. Video for Former refugee Green Party candidate to focus on rangatahi
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    Former refugee Green Party candidate to focus on rangatahi

    Golriz Ghahraman is a former refugee and UN human rights lawyer who is standing for the Green Party at this year’s election.  The Auckland-based lawyer is focussed on tackling child poverty and youth rights, among other issues of significance to Māori.

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