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  1. Video for Opposing MPs question Te Mātāwai process
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    Opposing MPs question Te Mātāwai process

    Some opposition MPs are criticising the appointment process to Te Mātāwai, the organisation responsible for revitalising the Māori language. NZ First MP Pita Paraone is calling for greater transparency in the appointments and Labour MP Peeni Henare says the process isn't clear.

  2. Video for Poverty still the focus despite Māori Party gains
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    Poverty still the focus despite Māori Party gains

    The Māori Party has been praised by Māori leaders for their gains in yesterday's Budget announcement, but a Māori community advocate says more work still needs to be done to address poverty among whānau living in Auckland. 

  3. Video for Budget 2016 - Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell
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    Budget 2016- Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell

    Māori Development Minister and Māori Party Co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell joins our Presenter Piripi Taylor from Matangireira in Parliament to share his thoughts on the 2016 Budget.

  4. $10.6 million investment in new technology to support Māori language growth

    ~~Efforts to grow the Māori language through television and digital platforms have received a much needed investment of $10.6 million it was announced today by the Minister for Māori Development Hon Te Ururoa Flavell.

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    Flavell opts for the court instead of caucus

    A young Te Arawa and Taranaki descendant is chasing her basketball dreams to become the next NZ Tall Fern. 18-year old Matangiroa Flavell recently received a full-ride scholarship to play basketball in the states. Much to the reluctance of her dad, Te Ururoa Flavell, she says she's looking forward to the adventure. 

  6. Video for Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region
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    Developing land to see economic growth in the Northland region

    Māori landowners in Northland have raised concerns over a report that highlights the potential of developing land in the region for uses such as horticulture and agriculture. The report was presented to a Māori Economic Development meeting, He Kai Kei Aku Ringa, in Northland.

  7. Video for Mayors positive about Ture Whenua Bill
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    Mayors positive about Ture Whenua Bill

    Today, the Māori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, met with several mayors from across the country to discuss the Ture Whenua Māori Bill.  Much of the dialogue was supportive of the bill.

  8. Video for Dr Walker: A man who empowered minds
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    Dr Walker: A man who empowered minds

    Dignitaries from the Bay of Plenty, the South Island and many other corners of the nation are mourning the loss of such a noble leader who leaves behind his family. 

  9. Video for Minister concerned about RNZ Māori content
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    Minister concerned about RNZ Māori content

    Concerns about the lack of Māori content by state radio broadcaster Radio New Zealand (RNZ) has seen Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell meeting with Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams. The urgent meeting comes after an audit conducted by Radio Wātea showed that over two weeks, only an hour and a half was Māori content.

  10. Video for Minister defends Ture Whenua consultation process
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    Minister defends Ture Whenua consultation process

    The Minister for Māori Development says anyone who disagrees with Te Ture Whenua reforms can still send through their feedback about the process.

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