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    #NoPayDay campaign signals wāhine to put down their tools for gender pay gap

    Global Women, a collective of New Zealand's most influential leaders advocating for equity and equality, have today, for the second year in a row, called on its members and community to "down tools

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    Two wāhine rugby players proud to be wearing green and gold for world cup

    Michel Cugley is a Te Rito Journalism cadet.

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    Black Power wives and partners pampered at wellbeing retreat

    A special health and wellbeing retreat catering to the wives and partners of Black Power members has been held at Manurewa Marae in Auckland.

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    New report shows billion dollar boost to economy if gender-parity action is taken

    Gender diversity is the answer to New Zealand's talent crisis – that’s the findings of a new report by Champions For Change, a coalition of New Zealand's top chief executives and chairs who are com

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    Wāhine jobs plan launched

    Te Mahere Whai Mahi Wāhine: Women’s Employment Action Plan was launched today by Minister for Women, Jan Tinetti, with the goal of ensuring New Zealand is a great place for women to work.

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    #GIveUsOurMammograms: Message to government to save lives from breast cancer

    Wāhine Māori have one of the highest rates of breast cancer in the world but the number of women getting their mammograms with Aotearoa's breast screening programme has dropped by 64 per cent - the

  7. Video for Nix Adams: from life's rock bottom to winning TV Personality award
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    Nix Adams: from life's rock bottom to winning TV Personality award

    Nikola ‘Nix’ Adams didn't have a private school education, nor did she receive the love, care, and protection as a young person that some might take for granted.

  8. Video for Poem encourages Māori women to go get a mammogram
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    Poem encourages Māori women to go get a mammogram

    Spoken word poets Ngā Hinepūkōrero have teamed up with Breast Cancer Foundation NZ to release a new poem highlighting the importance of mammograms this Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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    ‘You should be at home with the kids’: The reality of wāhine in a male-dominated workplace

    This week on Māori Television’s Te Ao with Moana, reporter Ximena Smith meets four wāhine who work in three very different industries.

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