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  1. Video for Rātana celebrations come to a close for 2016
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    Rātana celebrations come to a close for 2016

    Today is the last day for the celebrations of Tahu Pōtiki Wiremu Rātana.  But it was the loose lips, and apparent ingenuine approach of some of the politicians, that has the Minister of Māori Development riled up. 

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    Māori MPs talk medicinal cannabis

    Are Māori MPs for or against the legalisation of medicinal cannabis?  Te Kāea canvassed their opinions.

  3. Video for MPs to return to respective regions - Political Wrap 2015
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    MPs to return to respective regions- Political Wrap 2015

    Parliament will wind down this week with many MPs returning to their respective regions ahead of the New Year.

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    Te Ururoa Flavell releases summary of Te Ture Whenua Māori submissions

    Māori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell has released a summary of the submissions made on the exposure draft of Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill.

  5. Video for Kelvin Davis calls for Kiwi detainees to return to marae
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    Kelvin Davis calls for Kiwi detainees to return to marae

    Parliament is going to pass urgent legislation to monitor New Zealand criminals being deported from Australia.

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    Goverment push urgent legislation to monitor criminals

    Parliament is under urgency as the National government push through legislation to monitor criminals being deported from Australia.

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    Cabinet signs off Ture Whenua Māori Bill

    Cabinet has signed off the Ture Whenua Māori Bill.

  8. Video for Decline in fluent speakers could impact Māori Language Strategy
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    Decline in fluent speakers could impact Māori Language Strategy

    The Minister for Māori Development warns that if the number of Māori language users continues to decline he will be making key changes to the current Māori Language Strategy.

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    2017 Election prime focus for Māori Party

    The Māori Party says it is time Māori voters recognised that there is no other political party in Parliament that comes from a Māori perspective or considers their concerns a priority.

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    Should Hato Petera open its doors to non-Māori?

    Dr Ranginui Walker says that in order for Hato Petera to survive, they must open their classroom doors to non-Māori as well.  His comments follow the abrupt closure of the junior school hostels.

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