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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Video for Native Affairs – The Nark
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    Native Affairs – The Nark

    NARK, or the Nation of Advocates for the Rights of Kids, is an organisation Cherie Kurarangi Sweeney started after her neighbour Serenity Jay Scott was murdered.

  6. Video for Cherie Sweeney's fight for life
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    Cherie Sweeney's fight for life

    Cherie Sweeney fights for the rights of children. Now Cherie's fighting for her own life.

  7. Video for Māori name unveiled for the Justices of Peace association
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    Māori name unveiled for the Justices of Peace association

    A new Māori name has been unveiled for the Justices of Peace association in Rotorua. Te Arawa are hosting this year's 89th annual conference.  One of the key focuses for the association is to make sure JP's are better skilled in their position. 

  8. Video for It’s cruel degrading treatment of prisoners – Kelvin Davis
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    It’s cruel degrading treatment of prisoners – Kelvin Davis

    Labour MP Kelvin Davis is condemning Corrections following an investigation which reveals the department has broken the law with the inhuman treatment of prisoners. The Chief Ombudsmen has released a report which includes incidents where tie down beds or waist restraints were used to manage severely at-risk prisoners.

  9. Video for Homosexual law reform long overdue - Georgina Beyer
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    Homosexual law reform long overdue- Georgina Beyer

    Historic convictions for sex between men in New Zealand will be quashed on a case by case basis, for people convicted before homosexual law reform in 1986. Georgina Beyer says this is about the human rights of homosexuals whose lives were impacted under the law of this country. Today's announcement can help address the mistakes of the New Zealand Government.

  10. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – We want our tipuna’s ashes
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – We want our tipuna’s ashes

    A promise to his whānau inspired Terry Fergusson to search and find the ashes of his missing tipuna.

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