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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Breaking the cycle
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    Native Affairs – Breaking the cycle

    There are many successful blended families in New Zealand including step-mums and step-dads, but what happens when a mum allows the wrong man into her home and children's lives? Tonight two women do some tough talking about keeping whānau safe.

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    Muhammad Ali fulfils Koro’s wish

    It's not every day you get to rub shoulders with a boxing heavyweight champion. However, for one small whānau from Cambridge, it was a case of you never know, if you don't try.

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    More whānau come forward to claim ashes

    The campaign organiser for Honour the 1800 Facebook page says 15 families are now amongst the 1800 unclaimed urns held in mass graves at Waikumete Cemetery in Auckland. Terry Fergusson, whose great grandfather is held amongst the urns, says the number of families coming forward should warrant the return of the urns to whānau.

  4. Video for Whānau urged to access cheaper medical treatment after hours
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    Whānau urged to access cheaper medical treatment after hours

    Te Whānau o Waipareira is urging families who fall ill to visit Waitākere Hospital for treatment because it's cheaper. CEO John Tamihere says the organisation will run consecutive adverts advising families to visit the hospital, not after-hours clinics.

  5. Video for Native Affairs – Baby Daddies
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    Native Affairs – Baby Daddies

    Teenage dads who are trying to be better men.

  6. Video for Mother of 10 sleeping in carport
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    Mother of 10 sleeping in carport

    Te Kāea received a huge response from a story we ran about Te Puea marae in Auckland opening its doors to homeless whānau. A mother of 10 who has taken to sleeping in a carport reached out for help.

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    University of Auckland Māori graduates celebrate achievements

    A special day for Auckland University's Māori graduates where the Institution recognises and celebrates the achievements of their Māori students. Over 40 of them from a wide range of topics, qualifying with Degrees and Diplomas to Masters and Doctorates.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - Without A Will
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    Native Affairs- Without A Will

    When Christchurch man Jamie Pooley died five years ago, he was buried by his whānau in a Christchurch cemetery. But now, there's a court battle challenging that decision. His partner at the time of his death wants his remains exhumed and cremated.  Iulia Leilua with this cautionary tale of what can happen when you don't leave a will.

  9. Video for 'It's Not OK' Te Puke community tackles Family violence
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    'It's Not OK' Te Puke community tackles Family violence

    Te Puke is the latest community to stand up against violence.    Today locals unveiled two billboards with the message that violence will not be tolerated under the 'It's Not OK' campaign.

  10. Video for Drive to make tax credits work better for low income whānau
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    Drive to make tax credits work better for low income whānau

    Child Poverty Action Group are calling on the Government to strengthen Working For Families tax credits to better support low-income families.

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