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  1. Video for Award winning trust wins appeal to evict shareholders
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    Award winning trust wins appeal to evict shareholders

    Winners of the prestigious Ahuwhenua Maori Excellence in Farming Awards for this year, the Omapere-Rangihamama Trust have won an appeal to evict the Tahere whānau who returned home some years ago to build homes on their ancestral lands.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – Rua Kenana Pardon
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    Native Affairs – Rua Kenana Pardon

    Plans are underway to restore the mana and reputation of controversial Tūhoe prophet Rua Kēnana.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Is Kevin Henry Innocent?
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    Native Affairs – Is Kevin Henry Innocent?

    Twenty-five-years ago Kevin Henry was imprisoned for killing a woman in Rockhampton - Queensland. Kevin and his family have always maintained his innocence. A private investigation has re-examined the evidence and found holes in the case.

  4. Video for Justice system failed Dudley whanau says lawyer
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    Justice system failed Dudley whanau says lawyer

    The family of teenager Stephen Dudley says the justice system failed them, which is why they want manslaughter charges laid into the death of their son. Lawyer Nikki Pender says they would like the solicitor general to review the case following the release of a coroner's report.

  5. Video for Waho did not bring the Trust into disrepute – Cathy Dewes
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    Waho did not bring the Trust into disrepute – Cathy Dewes

    According to a long serving member of the kōhanga reo movement Cathy Dewes, Toni Waho did not bring the trust into disrepute. Dewes was a witness in the High Court today in Toni Waho's case against the trust.

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    Decision made to seek to re-try Malcolm Rewa for Susan Burdett's murder

    A decision has been made to seek to re-try Malcolm Rewa for the murder of Susan Burdett.

  7. Video for Former Kōhanga Trustee claiming $90,000
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    Former Kōhanga Trustee claiming $90,000

    Former Kōhanga Reo National trustee Toni Waho is claiming a stipend of nearly $90,000 for being wrongly dismissed. Waho was dismissed by the national trust in 2014 for bringing it into disrepute after he publicly questioned the trust’s financial affairs.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - An allegation of abuse
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    Native Affairs- An allegation of abuse

    A former social worker claims children in state care were placed with a known paedophile.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Hush money claim
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    Native Affairs- Hush money claim

    A former state ward is accusing the Government of paying out hush money not compensation to children historically abused in state care.

  10. Video for  Toni Waho states his case in court against Kōhanga reo
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    Toni Waho states his case in court against Kōhanga reo

    Toni Waho claims he did not bring the Kōhanga Reo Trust into disrepute.  He was the only witness today on the second day of the trial in Wellington.

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