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  1. Video for Aboriginal children in state custody reminiscent of 'stolen generation'
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    Aboriginal children in state custody reminiscent of 'stolen generation'

    An Australian justice advocate says 'stolen generation' concerns are continuing to this day.

  2. Video for Plan for Trans-Tasman bubble brought forward
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    Plan for Trans-Tasman bubble brought forward

    A group of Australasian experts has handed a comprehensive plan of how a Trans-Tasman bubble would look to Australia and New Zealand Prime Ministers. 

  3. Video for Indigenous Australian chefs show themselves on the plate
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    Indigenous Australian chefs show themselves on the plate

    A group of indigenous chefs in Australia are pleasing the tastebuds of international guests with their unique flavours. 

  4. Video for Australian Govt support for homeless hopes to provide longer-term solutions
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    Australian Govt support for homeless hopes to provide longer-term solutions

    As life starts to return to a new normal in Australia. It's hoped that the Government support that has been offered to homelessness will lead to longer-term solutions.

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    Silver Ferns test schedule reshaped due to Covid-19

    The Silver Ferns' international quad series has been cancelled and its constellation cup tests with Australia pushed out until the end of the year, as Netball New Zealand reshapes the team's test schedule due to the impacts of Covid-19.

  6. Video for Healing wānanga set up for survivors of Stolen Generation
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    Healing wānanga set up for survivors of Stolen Generation

    Since the apology to Australia’s Stolen Generation in 2008, the Royal Commission has received almost 7000 applications for redress and there are questions around whether the process is effective. However, through self-driven cultural healing camps, they’ve started their own journey towards healing.

  7. Video for Māori are tired of working with Aussie banks - Ngahiwi Tomoana
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    Māori are tired of working with Aussie banks- Ngahiwi Tomoana

    Ngahiwi Tomoana of the Iwi Chairs Forum says Māori are getting tired of working with Australian banks, and are starting to reach out to establish relationships with other banks in other countries.

  8. Video for Waitaha Hemp business celebrates first shipment to China
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    Waitaha Hemp business celebrates first shipment to China

    The Brothers Green is a Waitaha-based company that specialises in hemp food and body care products. Halts to trade and export as a result of COVID-19 has had a major impact on the business but today co-founders of the business Brendon, Brad and Michael celebrated sending their first shipment off to China.

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    One of the country’s oldest Aboriginal heritage sites destroyed by mining blast

    Ancient Aboriginal heritage sites have been destroyed before the rock shelter’s full history could be uncovered, after mining company, Rio Tinto was granted legal permission to blast the more than 46,000-year-old site. 

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