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  1. Video for Weekly "zui" serve as 'safe space' for trades students
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    Weekly "zui" serve as 'safe space' for trades students

    "Wednesday Wānanga" initially started as a way to learn mātauranga Māori during lockdown, has now turned into a safe space for students to address mental health issues.  The idea was prompted by students at Ara Institute following the sudden passing of one of their students.

  2. Video for Bring back Māori Affairs Trade Training Scheme - NZ Māori Council
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    Bring back Māori Affairs Trade Training Scheme- NZ Māori Council

    New Zealand Māori Council executive director Matthew Tukaki says the government should bring back the Māori Affairs Trade Trainee scheme to help Māori into employment.

  3. Video for Māori businesses can’t recover until exporting resumes – FOMA
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    Māori businesses can’t recover until exporting resumes – FOMA

    Traci Houpapa MNZM, JP is the chair of the Federation of Māori Authorities. Today she spoke with Tapataphi about the impacts of COVID-19 on Māori businesses. She explains the preparations that her member businesses went through prior to the lockdown.

  4. Video for Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans
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    Coronavirus: Gisborne exports work on contingency plans

    Ngāti Porou Seafoods Group could be returning their live lobster catch intended for the China market to the ocean after a halt in export demands following the mysterious coronavirus. The challenges of the deadly virus have been felt in the Gisborne region, in the export of lobsters, horticulture, fisheries and now logging.

  5. Video for 118 million litres of wai Māori exported for 52c per litre
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    118 million litres of wai Māori exported for 52c per litre

    The government and local councils gave the green light to suck up 118 million litres of wai Māori, at a mere 52 cents a litre last year. A Chinese water bottling giant in Otakiri wants to increase that amount by 154,000 bottles an hour. In defending their application to bottle the wai, Creswell NZ LTD said that New Zealand’s reputation could be tarnished because the government actively encouraged the company owners to invest here.

  6. Video for FOMA focused on helping Māori prosper and grow
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    FOMA focused on helping Māori prosper and grow

    Māori entrepreneurs have gathered in Nelson for the annual Federation of Māori Authorities (FOMA) conference.

  7. Video for Transport Minister Meets with Cambodian Official to Grow Māori Tourism
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    Transport Minister Meets with Cambodian Official to Grow Māori Tourism

    NZ Tourism revenue could be set to increase if the government can successfully negotiate a regional service agreement with South East Asia.

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    Infusing Māori myths and legends with science

    Massey Universitys’ Pūhoro STEM Academy is using Pūrākau Māori to train tomorrow’s Engineers and Scientists. 

  9. Video for Aspiring engineers deliver low-cost car maintenance in Far North
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    Aspiring engineers deliver low-cost car maintenance in Far North

    Automotive engineering students in the Far North have found the best way to improve their skills is to fix locals cars at minimal cost.

  10. Video for Māori exporters could benefit as UK exit EU
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    Māori exporters could benefit as UK exit EU

    Federation of Māori Authorities Chair Traci Houpapa told Te Ao Māori News the prospect of the UK exiting the EU will open new trade deals for New Zealand. 

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