Tag: Native Affairs. Showing results 1 - 10 of 877

Showing results 1 - 10 of 877

Search results

  1. Video for Native Affairs - Pets silent victims of abuse
    News

    Native Affairs- Pets silent victims of abuse

    Kiwis love their pets.  New Zealand has the second highest pet ownership in the world.  But when it comes to family violence in Aotearoa, beloved pets are often the silent victims.

  2. News

    Native Affairs- Parents v State Care

    In a two-part exclusive, a mother bares all, warts and all to tell us why she believes the State has taken her children unfairly.

  3. Video for Native Affairs
    OnDemand

    Native Affairs

    On Native Affairs tonight; Parents v State Care and Family Violence Victims - Pets.

  4. News

    First Māori Miss NZ passes away

    Moana Whaanga, the first Māori woman to be crowned Miss New Zealand and the first New Zealander to compete at Miss Universe, passed away last night. She was 82 years old. 

  5. Video for Native Affairs - Where are the Māori Execs?
    News

    Native Affairs- Where are the Māori Execs?

    Did you know less than twenty percent of New Zealand's top sixty New Zealand corporate firms have a Māori executive? We meet the people trying to change that by browning up corporate New Zealand.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - Prime Minister For a Day
    News

    Native Affairs- Prime Minister For a Day

    Te Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis is currently the Acting Prime Minister and is just the fourth Māori to ever run the country.

  7. Video for Native Affairs Exclusive: High Court ruling overturns decision to ban girl from Māori language education
    News

    Native Affairs Exclusive: High Court ruling overturns decision to ban girl from Māori language education

    A High Court ruling has enabled a seven-year-old girl to resume learning her Māori language in a Māori environment after she was banned from doing so by a Family Court judge.

  8. Video for Native Affairs
    OnDemand

    Native Affairs

    Tonight on Native Affairs: Judgement 2, Kelvin Davis, Tupu Toa and Arnhem Land Ranger (NITV).

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Religious Education
    News

    Native Affairs- Religious Education

    For over 140 years, religious instruction has been taught in state schools across Aotearoa.  But now, the Secular Education Network has started a campaign to ban it from classrooms.

  10. Video for Oz Strongman – Prison Made Me A Better Man
    News

    Oz Strongman – Prison Made Me A Better Man

    Australia's 2016 Strongest Man Rongo Keene has opened about the crime that landed him in jail. He worked hard for years to bulk up and build up his strength. But ultimately, it was his physical power that cost Rongo his freedom.

  11. Show more results

Pages