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  1. Video for Travel bans remain in place for next week - Covid-19
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    Travel bans remain in place for next week- Covid-19

    Cabinet has announced current travel restrictions will remain in place for a further seven days in a bid to prevent further spread of Covid-19  

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    PM Jacinda Ardern arrives to Waitangi

    A fierce ceremony is taking place involving hundreds of haukāinga kaihaka and kaihoe welcoming Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who has entered the marae grounds hand-in-hand with Ngāpuhi matriarch Titewhai Harawira.

  3. Video for Air NZ to airlift Kiwis stuck in Wuhan
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    Air NZ to airlift Kiwis stuck in Wuhan

    Foreign Minister Winston Peters has announced that the government will charter an Air NZ plane to airlift Kiwis stranded in Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. Minister Peters issued a statement outlining the governments’ plans. “We are pleased to be have been able to offer this assistance to New Zealanders in a challenging situation,” Peters says. The NZ government is urging all Kiwis in the Hubei region (of which Wuhan is the capital city) to register with Safetravel, and keep their contact details up to date.

  4. Video for Minister for Local Government - “I need to look at the legislation to correct this issue”
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    Minister for Local Government- “I need to look at the legislation to correct this issue”

    Minister for Local Government Nanaia Mahuta says, a recount after a member is officially elected onto council is “concerning”. This comes after Councillor Alison Silcock was controversially reinstated as the councilor for the Murupara-Galatea ward, after a recount had her one vote ahead of former broadcaster Hinerangi Goodman. 

  5. Video for Govt’s primary sector led plan to reduce emissions is “all back to front,” says Māori farmer
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    Govt’s primary sector led plan to reduce emissions is “all back to front,” says Māori farmer

    The Government in partnership with the primary sector today announced its 2025 plan to reduce emissions in NZ. While Māori farmers already "part of a solution to move things faster."

  6. Video for Rua Kēnana one step closer to being pardoned
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    Rua Kēnana one step closer to being pardoned

    An official pardon for Tūhoe prophet and leader Rua Kēnana is one step closer after submissions opened for the public to have their say on the Rua Kēnana Pardon Bill.

  7. Video for Telco Companies include Calling Minutes for Deaf People
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    Telco Companies include Calling Minutes for Deaf People

    Despite telling Telco companies that there is no point in issuing deaf people with free calling minutes, the Aotearoa Deaf community are no closer to being heard.

  8. Video for "Once upon a time, Māori owned and managed 100% of New Zealand" - Foon visits Ihumātao
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    "Once upon a time, Māori owned and managed 100% of New Zealand"- Foon visits Ihumātao

    Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon says he is proud to be among those fighting for their rights at Ihumātao, following his visit to the occupation site today.  Foon says the visit to Ihumatao is to get a feel for the mauri of the whenua and to understand the essence of the issues.

  9. Video for Community lays down wero - "There is a better life than drugs and alcohol, whānau"
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    Community lays down wero- "There is a better life than drugs and alcohol, whānau"

    As part of the national 'Save our Tamariki, Save our Future' campaign, in Gisborne, parents are also being challenged to change their ways and fight for the future of their children.

  10. Video for Māori Wardens welcome $3.7mil govt investment
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    Māori Wardens welcome $3.7mil govt investment

    Māori Wardens have received a $3.75mil boost from the government.  They say the funding is very much needed given the expansion of their volunteer roles and responsibilities.

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