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  1. Video for The continuing legacy of Princess Te Puea
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    The continuing legacy of Princess Te Puea

    The legacy Princess Te Puea left as a leader in the women's movement of the 1960's and 1970's continues at a South Auckland marae named in her honour.

  2. Video for Manukau City a melting pot of reo dialects
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    Manukau City a melting pot of reo dialects

    Manukau City has the largest Māori population in Aotearoa, so what is the state of the Māori language in the region?

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    Treaty process 'dirty deals, done dirt cheap'

    Iwi negotiators have been left traumatised and feel bullied and let down by Crown Treaty settlement processes according to research by academic Margaret Mutu.

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    Longitudinal study to measure te reo Māori

    The study Growing Up In New Zealand collects information from 7000 children and their families from before birth and into the children's adulthood. Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi says the resource will help develop policies for Māori language retention and revitalisation.

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    Largest ever study of te reo Māori

    The "largest and most sophisticated" study ever of the Māori language is about to be undertaken by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.

  6. Video for Otago Uni research to focus on Māori and Pasifika mental health
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    Otago Uni research to focus on Māori and Pasifika mental health

    Almost $19 million dollars has been awarded to Otago University researchers to study the health of New Zealanders.

  7. Video for Improving outcomes for Māori with cancer
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    Improving outcomes for Māori with cancer

    A University of Otago researcher wants to improve the quantity and quality of life for Māori with cancer.  

  8. Video for Robots and racism: People bias towards darker robots
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    Robots and racism: People bias towards darker robots

    People have similar automatic biases towards darker-coloured robots as they do toward people with darker skin colour.

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    Salvation Army report gives voice to low-income communities

    The Salvation Army's first State of Our Communities report released today shows some of New Zealand's lowest income suburban communities feel "forgotten" when it comes to the most difficult social issues.

  10. Video for $845k Marsden funding awarded to research last known Māori sail
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    $845k Marsden funding awarded to research last known Māori sail

    A group of researchers are setting out to study what is believed to be the only remaining Māori sail. Māori textiles scholar Dr Catherine Smith says the research will enhance knowledge about how voyaging occurred.

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