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    Parker has stern message for illegal streamers

    Saturday night's boxing clash between Joseph Parker and Carlos Takam attracted more than 100,000 views from Facebook users watching live-streams that had been re-broadcast unlawfully by people filming Sky TV's $49.99 pay-per-view of the match.

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    Native Affairs- Breaking The Cycle

    This Sunday, a public march called "A Hikoi for Moko - Not One Child More" has been organised in Northland. The torture and resulting death of toddler Moko Rangitoheriri by his caregivers has outraged New Zealanders. But Moko's case isn't the first and sadly, probably won't be the last. And as we do when a child is killed in Aotearoa we seek answers. Heeni Brown went to Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena to find a solution from a man who not only studies violence, he's also lived it.

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    "If they were Māori, they'd be going straight to jail," says MP

    Four Pākehā teenagers were sentenced to community service and fined for stealing 80k worth of goods in Northland. It has sparked online debate on the fairness of the sentence with some believing the punishment would have been more severe if the perpetrators were Māori.

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    Self-defence law proposal for victims who kill their abusers

    The Law Commission is proposing criminal law reform to better serve victims of family violence who kill their abusers.

  5. Video for Native Affairs - History Lessons

    Native Affairs- History Lessons

    When Jim Bolger was prime minister some believed his view from the top overlooked Māori. Today he regrets he didn't do more around the Treaty and is rectifying that as a key figure in the settlements process and Māori development. Wena Harawira reports.

  6. Video for Omaha whānau says land deal “Kick in the guts”

    Omaha whānau says land deal “Kick in the guts”

    Omaha Marae whānau are angry about the land exchange and housing development Ngāti Manuhiri have planned for Te Arai. Although Ngāti Manuhiri purchased the land from the Crown in 2012 following its settlement, families here say they were not consulted and are concerned for sacred significant sites.

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    CrossFit rehabilitates young men

    Young men serving community sentences have been given a taste of the CrossFit world. For the first time, the Department of Corrections has allowed outside groups to support the Mauri Toa Rangatahi programme, which is aimed at rehabilitating young men.

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    Deceased detainee returns home

    The body of deceased detainee Rob Peihopa has returned to NZ, but mystery still surrounds his death. His mother, Hera Peihopa spoke to Te Kāea today at his funeral being held at Hoani Waititi Marae.

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    Mother asks NZ Govt to investigate son's death

    The mother of deceased detainee Rob Peihopa confirmed her son's face and eye were black and blue from bruising after Australian authorities told her he died of a heart attack. Hera Peihopa said the coroner could not determine a cause of death after he died in Villawood Detention Centre last week. She's calling on the NZ Government to investigate his death.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Forgiveness

    Native Affairs- Forgiveness

    Tom Stephenson is a descendant of police who invaded Maungapōhatu 100 years ago. It's been described as the last action of the New Zealand Wars.  Over the weekend, Tom became the first pākehā descendant to return and make his peace.

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