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Owen Glenn Inquiry

Māori Television reports on the Owen Glenn Inquiry and its investigation into the child abuse and domestic violence rate in New Zealand today, and other relevant stories.

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Social worker in Moko case unaware of abuse

By Mānia Clarke

Māori Women's Refuge worker Trina Marama, who assisted the woman sentenced for the manslaughter of 3-year-old Moko Rangitoheriri, Tania Shailer, reiterated that she knew nothing about the abuse inflicted on the toddler prior to his death at the second day of the corners inquiry in Rotorua.


Abuse survivors call for public apology from State

By Ani-Oriwia Adds

New Zealanders who were abused as children while in state care presented an open letter and petition to Parliament today calling for a public inquiry and apology. Over 100,000 children were placed in state care during the 1950s and 1960s where many suffered sexual, physical and psychological abuse.