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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Tan Man
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    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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    Christmas Box project continues to give to families in need

    For the fifteenth time running, the Christmas Box project is asking Kiwis to give a little to help families who struggle at Christmas time.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – State of Care - Part 2
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    Native Affairs – State of Care- Part 2

    Presenter Ward Kamo is joined in studio by caregiver Kate, who, for over four months, nurtured and bonded with a child from CYF, only to have her removed because as she puts it “they were not Māori”.

  4. Video for The Warehouse offer extra paid leave to combat family violence
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    The Warehouse offer extra paid leave to combat family violence

    The Warehouse, one of New Zealand's biggest employers, is offering paid leave to its 12,000 staff in a move to combat the many victims of family violence. 

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Suicide
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    Native Affairs- Suicide

    In 2009, 17-year-old Kahu Morehu-Ahipene was killed in a car crash.  Two years later his younger brother Hepa, who survived the crash, took his own life.  

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    Combating family violence remains a priority for Justice Minister

    According to Justice Minister Amy Adams, Government initiatives to reduce New Zealand's horrific family violence track-record have proven beneficial. 

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    Whānau Ora navigators to receive $49.8m boost

    Whānau Ora Minister Te Ururoa Flavell says new operating funding of $49.8 million over the next four years will further support Whānau Ora navigators to work with families.

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    Prisoners to use audio visual technology to contact families

    Prisoners are set to be able to use audio visual technology from inside prisons that will allow them to have video conferences with their families, a first for the New Zealand prison system. 

  9. Video for Shane Cameron turns full focus on whānau
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    Shane Cameron turns full focus on whānau

    Shane Cameron's 17-year boxing career may have come to an end but the former New Zealand heavyweight champion believes his legacy will live on in his teaching to his clients, a close friend and his children. 

  10. Video for Annual Mangamuka Pig Hunt unites generations
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    Annual Mangamuka Pig Hunt unites generations

    The event might be pig hunting, but it also serves to bring together generations of families from the region to the annual Mangamuka Pig Hunt. 

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