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  1. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Koha Shed

    Native Affairs Summer Series – Koha Shed

    For most of us, Christmas is a once a year event, but there's a special group of people that embrace the giving spirit all year round. The Koha Shed began in Whanganui as a place to drop off unwanted items and pick up something for free. 

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    Highlanders look forward to bright future

    Investec Super Rugby champions, the Highlanders, have embarked on a new era with local provincial unions and South Island private investors being granted a licence to operate the team until 2020.

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    Top Māori entrepreneurs take out inaugural "DigMyIdea" contest

    "DigMyIdea" is a new contest which calls for entrepreneurs with great ideas to build digital ideas and businesses with the potential to go global.

  4. Video for Native Affairs – The Constant Baker

    Native Affairs – The Constant Baker

    Tass Tauroa is a man who can bake.  The former Rangitikei boy has cooked and baked his way around the world and is now managing his own bakery in Sydney called "The Cook and the Baker".

  5. Video for Native Affairs – Nit Busters

    Native Affairs – Nit Busters

    Head lice, nits, kutus whatever you like to call them, most of us have had an encounter with them.  Many of us have had the unenviable task of having to check for nits and then apply treatment.

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    East Side Kiwi Food provides comfort for homesick Māori in Perth

    East Side Kiwi Food is responsible for nurturing the needs of many home sick Māori living in the Perth, Australia. The store has only been open for 10 weeks and co-owner Hiraina Ratima says the business has taken off.

  7. Video for Native Affairs Special – Puha Patch

    Native Affairs Special – Puha Patch

    If you love Puha then you will love this next story. Baden Murray is a Māori truckie living in Australia. Each week he makes an eighteen hour drive from Brisbane to Melbourne transporting some of Queensland's highest quality produce.

  8. Malcolm Short, Chairman of Pukeroa Oruawhata Māori Trust and award with Māori Television reporter Mere McLean

    Māori Trust Chairman acknowledged for his leadership

    During the week, Malcolm Short, chairman of Pukeroa Oruawhata Māori Trust, can be seen walking through the Rotorua Central Mall, a place he helped to create.

  9. Video for RWC law changes not yet lucrative for Māori bar owner

    RWC law changes not yet lucrative for Māori bar owner

    Law changes allowing bars to open during the Rugby World Cup matches haven't been lucrative says Māori bar owner Jordan Mills.  He's hoping crowds will pack out the bars as we get to the business end of the tournament.

  10. Video for Native Affairs – Tan Man

    Native Affairs – Tan Man

    Over the last few weeks our Australian reporter Mātai Smith has been bringing us a stories about Māori who've made living in Aussie in some very creative ways. 

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