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Penal Reform League President says Corrections CEO needs to move on

By Kawekōrero

The President of the Sir Peter Williams QC Penal Reform League says Corrections CEO Ray Smith needs to go. Lady Heeni Phillips-Williams believes the Minister of Corrections, Kelvin Davis is not being adequately prepared by Smith and his team and her concerns go far back as 2016 when Smith presented before Select Committee.


Actor Rob Kipa-Williams to feature in American film for Hallmark channel

By Kawekōrero

He's an actor you may recognise from the Australian-New Zealand comedy series 800 words, or from Nothing Trivial II. Rob Kipa-Williams is now filming an American movie, Pearl in Paradise alongside Amercian actors Jill Wagner and Kristopher Polaha that will air on the U.S channel Hallmark. 

Kawe Kōrero - Reporters, Series 2 Episode 108

Political Reporter Heta Gardiner joins us with Kelvin Davis the first Māori to be named deputy leader for the Labour Party. Former Gallery Reporter Roihana Nuri gives his latest thoughts in the political world. 1 August 2017 marks the beginning of Māori Music Mouth; we speak with Tawaroa Kawana from Maimoa Music, nominated for best video for their song 'Wairua'.