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  1. Video for Native Affairs – A Knight’s tale
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    Native Affairs – A Knight’s tale

    What happened to Sir Mark Solomon to end his 18-year reign with Ngāi Tahu, New Zealand's wealthiest iwi? Tonight, Sir Mark tells us why he is now leading the Canterbury District Health Board instead of his own people.

  2. Video for Sir Mark Solomon approached by major Political Parties to stand as candidate
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    Sir Mark Solomon approached by major Political Parties to stand as candidate

    After stepping down as head of Ngāi Tahu Sir Mark Solomon says he was approached by four parties to stand as a candidate.

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    Kaikōura rūnanga to elect rep for Ngāi Tahu Board

    Te Rūnanga o Kaikōura will today elect a new delegate on the Ngāi Tahu Board, replacing Sir Mark Solomon who has held the representative role for the last 17 years.

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    Iwi leaders stance on Helen Clark

    Iwi leaders are split when it comes to the Māori Party’s stance to oppose Helen Clark’s UN bid for the top job.

  5. Video for Ad asking whether one race should control fresh water labelled as 'nonsense'
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    Ad asking whether one race should control fresh water labelled as 'nonsense'

    Should one race control New Zealand's freshwater? That was the question asked by an ad in Saturday's Weekend Herald. 

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    Some feel the government's handling of recovery has been less than tip top

    Today marks five years since the Christchurch earthquake took the lives of 185 people in 2011. Canterbury Earthquake Minister Gerry Brownlee said today that the focus will now change from recovery to regeneration in greater Christchurch. But it appears that some feel that the government's handling of recovery has been less than tip top. 

  7. Video for Ngāi Tahu says their right of first refusal too has been breached many times
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    Ngāi Tahu says their right of first refusal too has been breached many times

    According to Ngāi Tahu, one of the country's first iwi to settle its Treaty claim, they've been wedged out of their right of first refusal (RFR) by the government a number of times.  Ngāi Tahu chairman, Sir Mark Solomon has also criticised Bill English's assertion that RFR needs to be further defined.

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    Pouwhenua unveiled in Antarctica

    A slice of Māori art and culture has been unveiled on Antarctica at Scott Base's 56th birthday.

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