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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Forgiveness
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    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.

  2. Video for Native Affairs - Stillbirth
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    Native Affairs- Stillbirth

    This Native Affairs story comes with a warning because It covers a very sensitive kaupapa. Henrietta Turner was 38 weeks pregnant with her second child, when she was told he had died. Henrietta had planned a caesarean section. But when the baby died the C-section was cancelled and Henrietta had to deliver naturally. What happened next has led to a complaint being laid with the Health and Disability Commissioner - and an inquiry conducted by the Waikato Hospital.

  3. Video for Devastated Māori DJ unable to locate his children
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    Devastated Māori DJ unable to locate his children

    The founder of one of Auckland's most popular radio stations George FM says he's concerned his ex-wife Sophie Nash has left the country and taken their two children with her.

  4. Video for Top Māori cop defends police action
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    Top Māori cop defends police action

    The country's top Māori cop is backing police action in the Onepū siege, saying they would never have sent whānau to negotiate with the gunman for fear more people could have been hurt. 

  5. Video for African rangatahi feel traumatised by Police
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    African rangatahi feel traumatised by Police

    Some African youth feel traumatised by what they say is unjust treatment by police. A 31-year-old African man living in NZ says he is still dealing with depression from one incident with police 10 years ago.  

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    Shaun Kenny-Dowall acquitted of domestic violence charges

    Sydney City Roosters star, Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Tainui) has been acquitted on all charges of domestic violence against his former partner Jessica Peris.

  7. Video for Committee defends kapa haka rule change
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    Committee defends kapa haka rule change

    Kapa Haka Kura Tuarua Society Incorporation has come under fire over rules surrounding the use of poi by male groups. Kapa Haka Kura Tuarua Society's Willie Te Aho spoke exclusively to Te Kāea about the matter. 

  8. Video for Theft results in blocked access to northern end of Lake Tutira
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    Theft results in blocked access to northern end of Lake Tutira

    Access to the northern end of Lake Tutira has been blocked until further notice by trustees and families of the B7 and B19 land blocks. These are lands that have only recently been returned to the trust after a 50-year lease expired last year.

  9. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 2
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 2

    It was one of our biggest stories of 2015. A "Freedom Flotilla" that set sail for Gaza with the aim of trying to break the Israeli-imposed naval blockade.

  10. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 1
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Destination Gaza – Part 1

    One of our biggest stories of 2015 happened last July, making news headlines both here and overseas, when our reporter Ruwani Perera and cameraman Jacob Bryant set sail for Gaza, on board what Palestinian supporters called a "Freedom Flotilla". Four vessels planned to set sail for Gaza, their mission to try and break the Israeli-imposed naval blockade on Gaza. 

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