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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Why aren’t we talking about Suicide?
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    Native Affairs – Why aren’t we talking about Suicide?

    The grim news was delivered today, 579 New Zealanders took their own lives between July 2015 and June this year. It's the same number as the Eketahuna district population. If they all died suddenly - how would we react? We'd be appalled, shocked, horrified. The Government would act. So, why isn't there more of an uproar to the fact 579 kiwis killed themselves? Comedian and Metal health advocate Mike King joins Native affairs in the studio.

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    Recorded NZ suicide figures at an all-time high

    New Zealand's suicide rates have reached an all-time high at 579 since the Coroner's Office released its first annual provisional suicide figures in 2008. Former comedian and mental health advocate Mike King is calling for major changes to New Zealand's mental health system.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Heads up - Part 2
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    Native Affairs – Heads up- Part 2

    A year ago Jesse Maio was diagnosed with depression and was recently admitted into rehab. His saviours came in the form of his footy mates and the N.R.L.

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    Overhaul of mental health system needed- Fox

    The numbers of people rejected from mental health services who then go on to die by commit suicide in NZ is unknown. Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox says cases like this are not uncommon here and an overhaul of the mental health system is needed to reduce suicide rates.

  5. Video for NZ statistics unknown for suicidal patients rejected from care
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    NZ statistics unknown for suicidal patients rejected from care

    The New South Wales Mental Health Minister has ordered a review into the case of a 28-year old Māori man who died earlier this year. Joshua Nixon took his life after a hospital mental health facility turned him away for the long weekend and after nearly a week without professional help. But how many other New Zealanders have faced this problem and done the same?

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    PIMA slams Samoan newspaper over image of deceased

    The NZ Pacific Island Media Association (PIMA) will be lodging a formal complaint to the Samoa Observer newsgroup after one of its newspapers published a photograph of a dead transgender woman. The Sunday Samoa paper also reported the 20-year-old died of a suspected suicide.  

  7. Video for Whānau mourn pair who were "each others' hero"
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    Whānau mourn pair who were "each others' hero"

    The body of a man who was struck by a train last week in Melbourne will not be returning home to Gisborne as the family had hoped. 20-year old Jason Kahukiwa will now be cremated.

  8. Video for Call for more Māori involvement in suicide support services
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    Call for more Māori involvement in suicide support services

    Māori who have lost loved ones to suicide are calling for more Māori involvement in support services to address the issue. The call was made at a meeting in Wellington today.

  9. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Tree of Life
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Tree of Life

    One of our most poignant stories was about a grieving mother who lost two teenage sons, one in a car crash in 2009, and the other two years later to suicide. 

  10. Video for Future Ngāpuhi generation at risk
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    Future Ngāpuhi generation at risk

    Hope, love and support to stop suicide was the focus of a march lead by Ngāpuhi elders through the streets of Kaikohe this weekend following a spate of sudden deaths in the district in recent weeks. 

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