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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Cruising To Success
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    Native Affairs- Cruising To Success

    Chef David Reihana was a high school dropout who once washed dishes for a living. Now, he's the corporate travelling chef onboard the largest cruise ship in the world. We were onboard the Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas, to meet the man in charge of 18 restaurants and hundreds of staff.

  2. Video for Native Affairs - Pai Pies
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    Native Affairs- Pai Pies

    Kiwis love pies and so do Australians apparently. So how do you think they reacted when the Australia's best pie award was won by a Thai curry vegetable pie made by kiwis?

  3. Video for Ancestral portrait products pulled from US site
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    Ancestral portrait products pulled from US site

    A website that came under fire for allowing its artist community to sell shower curtains, pillows, and other products printed with Māori ancestral portraits and other cultural images has since removed most of the material. Fine Art America and the artists responsible received multiple complaints from NZ and due to the power of social media, the images vanished in less than 24-hours.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - A taste of inspiration
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    Native Affairs- A taste of inspiration

    He grew up in Timaru, failed School Certificate and got a job washing pots and pans. Today, David Reihana is the Captain of Cuisine.

  5. Video for Māori chef’s cuisine served on the world’s largest cruise ship
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    Māori chef’s cuisine served on the world’s largest cruise ship

    Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world it cost $2bil to build and owned by Royal Caribbean. The Corporate Travelling Expert Chef on board is Chef David Reihana from Ngāi Tahu. Māori Television was in Barcelona for the launching of Harmony of Seas.

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    Parker has stern message for illegal streamers

    Saturday night's boxing clash between Joseph Parker and Carlos Takam attracted more than 100,000 views from Facebook users watching live-streams that had been re-broadcast unlawfully by people filming Sky TV's $49.99 pay-per-view of the match.

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    KidsCoin now Online

    A former New Zealand tennis representative player turned entrepreneur has a new product which could perhaps solve whanau debt in the future.

  8. Video for $9.6mil for Māori and Pacific Trade Training
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    $9.6mil for Māori and Pacific Trade Training

    $9.6mil will be added to Māori and Pacific Trade Training over the next four years. It was a announced today by ministers Steven Joyce, Te Ururoa Flavell and Sam Lotu-Iiga. Those that help provide these courses feel that this will be money well spent.

  9. Video for Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region
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    Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region

    Māori landowners in Northland have raised concerns over a report that highlights the potential of developing land in the region for uses such as horticulture and agriculture. The report was presented to a Māori Economic Development meeting, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, in Northland.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - The Crowded Cove
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    Native Affairs- The Crowded Cove

    How many tourists are too many?  On the Coromandel Peninsula the locals around the seaside village of Hahei are up in arms over a controversial plan to develop a walking track around the world famous Cathedral Cove or Mautohe.  Renee Kahukura Iosefa visited with the local iwi, Ngati Hei who are at the centre of the debate and discussed their plans to welcome tourists.

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