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    Funding to restore quake-affected highway

    Budget 2017 will provide up to $812 million to restore State Highway 1 between Picton and Christchurch in the South Island. 

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    Marae-led initiative to provide affordable housing for whānau

    A $1.5 million marae-led social housing development in Christchurch will provide warm, healthy and affordable homes for whānau, Minister for Māori Development and Minister for Whānau Ora Te Ururoa Flavell says.

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    Haeata Community Campus opens in Christchurch

    Prime Minister Bill English and Minister of Education Hekia Parata officially opened Haeata Community Campus in Christchurch today.

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    Two strong quakes rock Canterbury within 24 hours

    A magnitude 5.2 quake has struck Canterbury this morning, centered 20km south-west of Cheviot.

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    Christchurch fires: State of emergency remains in place

    More than 1000 residents in the Port Hills area of Christchurch have evacuated their homes, as fires continue to destroy thousands of hectares of land.  

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    New partnership to benefit rangatahi in rural South Island

    Youth Minister Nikki Kaye has announced a new partnership between the Government and Kai Tahu that will benefit young people living in rural and isolated areas of the South Island. 

  7. Video for Iwi work with Victoria University to lift Māori academic success

    Iwi work with Victoria University to lift Māori academic success

    Victoria University has just signed agreements with 12 iwi or other Māori groups as part of its mission to improve the academic success of Māori. The aim of the agreements is to recruit and graduate more Māori students and strengthen engagement between the university and iwi and other Māori communities.

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    Quake-affected locals in Hurunui and Kaikōura urged to visit GP

    Locals in Hurunui and Kaikoura affected by the November 14 earthquake are being urged to visit their GP if they are having trouble coping with everyday activities or aren't sleeping well. 

  9. Video for New Kaikōura rūnanga rep appointed

    New Kaikōura rūnanga rep appointed

    Darren Kerei-Keepa is the new Kaikōura representative on the Ngāi Tahu executive board.

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    Kaikōura rūnanga to elect rep for Ngāi Tahu Board

    Te Rūnanga o Kaikōura will today elect a new delegate on the Ngāi Tahu Board, replacing Sir Mark Solomon who has held the representative role for the last 17 years.

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