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    Children's Commissioner calls for revamp

    The Children's Commissioner is calling for a significant change and improvement in the way Family Group Conferences (FGCs) are conducted. Specific areas in need of development include the care and protection, youth justice, greater involvement of whānau, hapū and iwi groups.  

  2. Video for Whakarewarewa Joint Trust re-election hui overturned
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    Whakarewarewa Joint Trust re-election hui overturned

    Three Te Arawa hapū of Ngāti Whakaue have kept their two elected trustees on the Whakarewarewa Joint Trust (WJT). Ngāti Hurunga Te Rangi, Ngāti Taeotū and Ngāti Te Kahu successfully overturned a re-election hui called at Papaiouru marae's ancestral house of Tamatekapua at Ōhinemutu.

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    Mixed feelings on use of 1080

    1080 was a focal point at the Whānau, Hapū and Iwi in Conservation conference held in Te Teko. Māori conservationists as well as representatives from the Department of Conservation debated the continued use of 1080 around NZ. 

  4. Video for Northland hapū to study badly depleted Whangarei seafood stocks
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    Northland hapū to study badly depleted Whangarei seafood stocks

    Northland hapū, Patu Harakeke, is the first to receive local Regional Council funding to conduct their own research into the harbour’s badly depleted seafood stocks.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - CYFS Review
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    Native Affairs- CYFS Review

    The Minister for Social Development recently announced a comprehensive review of Child, Youth and Family.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - Home For Life? - Part 2
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    Native Affairs- Home For Life?- Part 2

    Of the 5,000 children currently in CYFS care, 56% are Māori.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Home For Life? - Part 1
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    Native Affairs- Home For Life?- Part 1

    The Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act stipulate that Māori children in state care should be given to carers from the same hapū and iwi. 

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