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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Political Panel Pt5 - Wrap Up
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    Native Affairs- Political Panel Pt5- Wrap Up

    In this final part of our political debate, we discuss the issues of the week, from the Whanganui floods to concerns of political interference with Māori Television. And we farewell our presenter Mihingarangi Forbes.

  2. Video for Native Affairs - Political Panel Pt4 - Te Tumu Paeroa
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    Native Affairs- Political Panel Pt4- Te Tumu Paeroa

    MP's join Mihingarangi Forbes in the studio to discuss Te Tumu Paeroa.

  3. Video for Native Affairs - Political Panel Pt3 - Whānau Ora
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    Native Affairs- Political Panel Pt3- Whānau Ora

    Mp's join Mihingarangi Forbes in the studio to discuss Whānau Ora.

  4. Video for Native Affairs - Political Panel Pt2 - Right of First Refusal
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    Native Affairs- Political Panel Pt2- Right of First Refusal

    Let's consider the “Right of First Refusal.” When does it, and when should it apply?

  5. Video for Iwi leaders highlight lack of Māori input in policy making
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    Iwi leaders highlight lack of Māori input in policy making

    Government departments continue to lack Māori input at their policy making level. This from the Chair of the Iwi leaders Whānau Ora committee.

  6. Te Ururoa Flavell - Photo / File
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    Minister announces consultation on Māori land law

    Changes that make it easier for Māori land owners to use and develop their whenua will be the focus of discussions at 23 regional consultation hui announced today by Māori Development Minister, Hon Te Ururoa Flavell.

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    Utilisation of Te Ture Whenua- Budget 2015

    Better utilisation of close to one and a half million hectares of Māori land is the current focus of this government.

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    Māori Party outlines big wins from Budget 2015

    The Māori Party has outlined the benefits for Māori in this year's Budget announced by Minister of Finance, Bill English today.  Minister for Māori Development, Te Ururoa Flavell believes the gains the Māori Party made in Budget 2015 will continue to support whānau.

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    Whānau Ora navigators to receive $49.8m boost

    Whānau Ora Minister Te Ururoa Flavell says new operating funding of $49.8 million over the next four years will further support Whānau Ora navigators to work with families.

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    $12.8mil influx for new Te Ture Whenua Māori Network

    The new Te Ture Whenua Māori Network is set to receive $12.8 million in the Budget, which will help Māori land owners improve the productivity of their land.

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