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  1. 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.

  2. Video for Family gather to remember Carol Waitohi
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    Family gather to remember Carol Waitohi

    Family held a special prayer service for 50-year-old Carol Waitohi (Tainui / Ngāti Kura), who died whilst out dragon-boating with friends in the Gold Coast  on Thursday evening.

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    HapūFit use Mauao to promote health

    11 hapū from Tauranga put their best foot forward today as they climb their ancestral mountain Mauao in a bid to promote a healthy lifestyle. HapūFit is the first of its kind that challenges its competitors in two different tracks. 

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    City Mission's Christmas Walk of Fame supports vulnerable whānau

    Tomorrow will see some of the greater Wellington stars acknowledged ahead of the Christmas period, when the Wellington City Mission begins laying down over 150 Christmas Walk of Fame Stars on Wellington's waterfront.

  5. 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.

  7. 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”.

  8. 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. 

  9. 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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