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  1. Video for Māori-Black American whānau say being inclusive is key
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    Māori-Black American whānau say being inclusive is key

    A Ngāti Wai woman married to a Black American man is concerned for the safety of her husband who's right in the thick of the unrest in the United States. Amelia Butler returned home to Aotearoa with their children due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Te Ao News spoke to the couple to see how they're coping with yet another major worry.

  2. Video for Smoking in cars with children ban passes into law
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    Smoking in cars with children ban passes into law

    A ban on smoking in cars with children present has passed into law.   

  3. Video for Calls for the Govt to better integrate the Treaty into decision-making process
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    Calls for the Govt to better integrate the Treaty into decision-making process

    Social justice advocate Julia Whaipooti says the Government needs to better integrate the Treaty of Waitangi into their decision-making process.

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    Iwi Collective urge Level 2 vigilance, oppose tangihanga restrictions

    The Te Ranga Tupua Iwi Collective formed from iwi of the Rangitīkei, Ruapehu, South Taranaki and wider Whanganui Region is stressing that a move to Emergency Alert Level 2 from Thursday will require even greater vigilance of the ongoing threat of COVID-19.

  5. Video for Take hold of your intellectual property rights, Māori mā!
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    Take hold of your intellectual property rights, Māori mā!

    Copyright and cultural appropriation have become a global issue for indigenous people and Māori are popular targets.

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    Māori law student receives doctoral degree at 22 years old

    Sala McCarthy (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) has recently graduated with a Doctorate of Law and a Masters of Public Affairs (MPA), ahead of her 23rd birthday.

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    District Court to open in Level 3 with extra safety precautions

    The District Court is set to open tomorrow and is taking extra steps in relation to the safety of court participants and observance of COVID-19 Alert Level 3 restrictions.

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    Whānau with children in state care receiving help to understand rights

    Whānau Ora navigators Karen Mills and Kylie Jane-Phillips say there are common misconceptions about Oranga Tamariki, stopping whānau from learning about the steps they can take.

  9. Video for New Bill aims to bring closure to murder victim's families
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    New Bill aims to bring closure to murder victim's families

    Families of murder victims will have a better opportunity for closure to mourn their loved ones if a new members' bill is passed through parliament this year, advocates say.

  10. Video for Lack of ethnic diversity in NZ companies ‘shocking’
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    Lack of ethnic diversity in NZ companies ‘shocking’

    A report released today shows board members of the top 100 publicly listed companies are still overwhelmingly male and Pākehā.

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