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    Te Ranga Tupua continues support for Taihauāuru communities into Alert Level 1

    The Te Ranga Tupua collective, comprised of iwi Chairs from the Rangitīkei, Ruapehu, Whanganui and South Taranaki regions, will ensure that communities continue to receive support through an 0800 number as the country inevitably moves to Alert Level 1 from next week.

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    Online mall for Māori businesses in Te Tai Hauāuru set to launch

    A new online Māori mall Hokohoko is set to launch on Thursday to provide Māori businesses within Te Tai Hauāuru an opportunity to sell their products and services online. 

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    Collective Māori-led approach brings equity for flu vaccinations

    Whanganui are sitting at the top in New Zealand on the Equity Breakdown for Māori influenza immunisations by DHB, followed by Lakes DHB.

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    Whanganui, Taihauāuru iwi come together to fight COVID-19

    There are now five confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the wider Whanganui tribal area. Two in Waverly and three in Ruapehu, and iwi have united in an effort to take care of whānau.

  5. Video for Peaceful protest in Taranaki opposes seismic surveying off West Coast

    Peaceful protest in Taranaki opposes seismic surveying off West Coast

    Taranaki locals have taken to the shores of Ngamotu to protest seismic surveying by multinational oil and gas giant Schlumberger off the coast of New Plymouth.

  6. Te Tai Hauāuru

    From Maungatautari in the north, to Grenada North, Tawa, in the Wellington region. From Atiamuri, to the most Western tip of the North Island, this is the electorate of Te Taihauāuru.

  7. Video for Coffey takes the cake

    Coffey takes the cake

    Labour’s Tamati Coffey is the new MP for the Māori electorate of Waiariki with incumbent Te Ururoa Flavell out of Parliament – along with his Māori Party.

  8. Video for Adrian Rurawhe ahead of competitors in Te Tai Hauāuru

    Adrian Rurawhe ahead of competitors in Te Tai Hauāuru

    Labour's incumbent Te Tai Hauāuru MP Adrian Rurawhe is still ahead in the race for Te Tai Hauāuru with 54% of votes counted so far.

  9. Wikitoria Waitai-Rapana

    Wikitoria Waitai-Rapana has put her name in the ring as an independent candidate vying for the Te Tai Hauāuru seat along with Labour Party’s Adrian Rurawhe, Māori Party’s Howie Tamati and Green Party’s Jack McDonald.

  10. Video for Rereātea - Midday News Bytes 30 August 2017

    Rereātea- Midday News Bytes 30 August 2017

    Our Rereātea Online News Team brings you a breakdown of the latest news of the day, live from the Māori Television newsroom.

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