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    PM sends condolences to Wetere whānau

    Tributes have flowed from across Aotearoa and afar, for former Māori Affairs Minister and well-respected Ngāti Maniapoto leader, Koro Wetere, who passed away this morning.

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    Prime Minister welcomes baby girl

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke welcomed a baby girl today at 4:45pm at Auckland Hospital weighing 7.3lbs.

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    Well-wishes flow as PM goes into labour

    MPs are sending their best wishes to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who arrived at hospital this morning to deliver her baby.

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    PM arrives at hospital to deliver baby

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is at Auckland Hospital to deliver her baby.  The prime minister’s office confirmed that Ardern arrived at hospital driven by partner Clarke Gayford as planned this morning.

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    Is independent body needed to monitor post-Treaty spend?

    The government is not responsible for measuring whether conditional Treaty settlement objectives are being met post-payment.  Both government and the National Party say responsibility lies with recipients but Treaty expert Dr Carwyn Jones is asking whether a separate body is needed to hold them accountable to beneficiaries.

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    Native Affairs, 18 June 2018

    A current affairs show exploring regional, national and international stories as they relate to Māori and Aotearoa. Join our team as we go beyond the headline.

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    Slash affects East Coast seafood stocks- Kaumatua

    East Coast locals are angry that pine-slash still blankets beaches after flooding and severe rainfall hit the region this month. Locals say washed up seafood has died after becoming trapped in the debris severely affecting stocks which many use to feed their families.

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    Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board welcomes investigation

    Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has ordered an investigation into the Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board after receiving a number of complaints and requests from beneficiaries. 

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    Proposed tourist tax to help fund tourism infrastructure

    Consultation begins today on the government's planned tourist tax, which could see tourists charged up to $35 to help fund tourism infrastructure and conservation activity.

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    Worrying signs within Coalition Government- Peter Dunne

    Political commentator and former leader of United Future party Peter Dunne says Coalition Government's lack of coordination could spell the worst if left unaddressed. Dunne's comments come in light of political controversy in the last two weeks.

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