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  1. Video for Te Waipounamu Whānau Ora say they won't sleep through Level 3
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    Te Waipounamu Whānau Ora say they won't sleep through Level 3

    A survey which looked at 4,000 households within Te Waipounamu region shows whānau are still in much need of support even under Alert Level 3, giving Whānau Ora navigators even more reason to continue with their work.

  2. Video for District Court to open when Aotearoa moves to Level 3 - 12:30pm Newsbreak
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    District Court to open when Aotearoa moves to Level 3- 12:30pm Newsbreak

    The District Court will be open to the public when New Zealand moves to Covid-19 alert level 3.

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    Long-term financial insecurity a concern for whānau in South Island in lockdown

    Māori whānau living in the South Island are experiencing anxiety about their longer-term financial insecurity due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

  4. Video for Mobilising te reo around Te Waipounamu
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    Mobilising te reo around Te Waipounamu

    Anton Matthews is on a mission to get more people in the South Island speaking basic te reo Māori. Last year he introduced free te reo lessons at his famous Christchurch eatery, Fush.    

  5. Video for Ngai Tahu and Govt partner for 100 KiwiBuild homes in Queenstown
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    Ngai Tahu and Govt partner for 100 KiwiBuild homes in Queenstown

    The Government has announced KiwiBuild and Ngāi Tahu Property are working together to build a new community of more than 300 homes in Queenstown.

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    Body recovered from floodwaters near Hokitika

    The body of an elderly woman has been recovered near the floodwaters in the Arahura Valley, north of Hokitika, police have confirmed. 

  7. Video for Kaikōura honour mounted rifles during ANZAC service
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    Kaikōura honour mounted rifles during ANZAC service

    Kaikōura has marked the centenary of the end of World War I with a special dawn service. 

  8. Video for Canterbury marae remembers their fallen heroes
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    Canterbury marae remembers their fallen heroes

    The Ngāi Tūāhuriri Marae of Tuahiwi in North Canterbury will commemorate their ancestors who fought in World Wars I and II tomorrow. Over 20 fallen veterans will be honoured at their annual afternoon memorial service, held at the marae cemetery of Uruti.

  9. Video for 28th Māori Battalion Company D author highlights stark differences
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    28th Māori Battalion Company D author highlights stark differences

    Ex-serviceman and historian Harawira Pearless is penning the first book regarding the 28th Māori Battalion's Delta Company. He says the tribal and also geographic differences compared to the other Companies is vast.

  10. Video for More than 1500 pieces in rare pounamu collection
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    More than 1500 pieces in rare pounamu collection

    More than 1500 Pounamu  (Greenstone)  have been gifted to New Zealand by New Zealand Pounamu and Jade expert Russell Beck as part of the "Beck International Jade Research Collection" to be cared for by GNS Science in Wellington.

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