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  1. Video for South Auckland students latest Weta watchers
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    South Auckland students latest Weta watchers

    Three South Auckland schools are learning about the weta, their habitat, and their diet in an effort to attract the creepy crawlies to live on school grounds. Rongomai, Baird's Mainfreight and Dawson schools took part in a series of science experiments today to learn more about the species by assessing weta DNA.

  2. Video for Te reo Māori makes me proud to be Asian - Tze Ngā-Tai e rua
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    Te reo Māori makes me proud to be Asian- Tze Ngā-Tai e rua

    Around 5% of non-Māori New Zealanders are embracing the Māori language and some are even making a concerted effort to learn. Te Kāea caught up with two Asian students who have been learning te reo through Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  3. Video for Northland school rises against all odds
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    Northland school rises against all odds

    A small Northland school that faced closure now has a full student roll after adopting the International Baccalaureate programme for primary school children.  Formerly known as Te Tii School, it is now known as the Bay of Islands International Academy. 

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    Tahitians visit Māori Television

    A surprise visit to Māori Television today saw the building transformed into a marae and the staff mesmerised by the sound of the drums and the melodious sounds of song, by a group of students from the University of Tahiti.

  5. Video for Dudley wants more Māori in Clinical Psychology
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    Dudley wants more Māori in Clinical Psychology

    Dr Makarena Dudley wants more Māori students training to become clinical psychologists. The goal comes with her appointment at the University of Auckland as the first full-time Māori lecturer of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme.

  6. Video for Green Party push for NZ supermarkets to donate unsold food
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    Green Party push for NZ supermarkets to donate unsold food

    The Green Party is looking into whether New Zealand supermarkets should by law donate unsold food to the homeless, students and unemployed. 

  7. Video for Govt likened to loan sharks over student loans
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    Govt likened to loan sharks over student loans

    A New Zealander in Perth says he regrets getting a student loan and says the government are worse than loan sharks.  John Gemmell of Ngāti Maniapoto has a student loan debt of around $40,000 and hasn't paid a cent back.

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    University students to rally against ever-increasing fees

    Students from the University of Auckland will rally against the ever-increasing fees they are being faced with. In the past ten years, fees at the University have gone up 50.82% or by over $2,400 per student per year.

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    AUTAIA gives aspiring Māori students an insight into tertiary studies

    Auckland University of Technology opened its doors this week to Māori school students looking at their options for tertiary studies.  It was a chance for young students to gain an insight into tertiary Māori student life and achievement.

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    University to offer scholarships for research into effects of earthquakes

    Post graduate students at the University of Canterbury are soon to be offered scholarships for postgraduate research into the effects of the 2010-2011 earthquakes.

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