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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series - Kiwi kids' lesson in US civil rights
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    Native Affairs Summer Series- Kiwi kids' lesson in US civil rights

    A South Auckland high school had a history lesson they won't forget and Native Affairs were there to capture it. Melvin Lewis was a member of the historical Black Panthers and talked to Alfriston College students about racism in America.

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    Standing Rock protesters attacked after breaking barrier

    Footage streamed live on facebook has shown Law enforcement officers allegedly water-blasting, tear-gassing and shooting rubber bullets at protestors north of the Oceti Sakowin camp in Dakota.

  5. Video for Pukeroa whānau "disgusted" as murder-accused walks free
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    Pukeroa whānau "disgusted" as murder-accused walks free

    The family of Nathan Pukeroa is heartbroken that Dustin La Mont was cleared of murder, manslaughter and grievous bodily harm charges after he stabbed Pukeroa causing his death and severely wounded his friend Devaray Kurvaji in December last year. Criminal Law expert Khylee Quince says the outcome is outrageous and La Mont's case of self-defense shouldn't have been upheld.

  6. Video for Whānau look forward to birthday celebrations with Vicki Letele
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    Whānau look forward to birthday celebrations with Vicki Letele

    It's been reported the Parole Board has announced that cancer sufferer Vicki Letele is set to be released from the Auckland Region Women's Corrections Facility, so she can spend her last days with her family.

  7. Video for P-dealing accusation humiliates Gisborne bar patron
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    P-dealing accusation humiliates Gisborne bar patron

    A Māori woman is seeking a formal apology from staff at a Gisborne bar for wrongfully accusing her of dealing methamphetamine on their premises over the long weekend.  Kylie Kahukiwa says she was publicly humiliated by the ordeal.

  8. Video for Case against chairman should be heard on the marae - Kaumātua
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    Case against chairman should be heard on the marae- Kaumātua

    Police Inspector and Te Puea Marae Chair Hurimoana Dennis is expected to offer to stand down as Chair at a Marae Trust board meeting tonight.  This follows revelations he will soon be charged for allegedly kidnapping a 17-year old, which carries a maximum sentence of 14 years imprisonment.

  9. Video for Sir Ngātata sentenced to jail
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    Sir Ngātata sentenced to jail

    Sir Ngātata Love has been sentenced to two and half years imprisonment.

  10. Video for Taranaki hapū oppose council land sell off
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    Taranaki hapū oppose council land sell off

    Iwi and hapū of Taranaki took to the streets today in a peaceful protest in opposition to the New Plymouth District Council Waitara Lands Bill. If passed into law, it would mean the council could sell land originally belonging to Taranaki whānau, which whānau say was illegally confiscated by the crown more than a century ago.

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