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Tonight: Destination Gaza, language of Rata, Speaking Out, The Art of Protest, and Native Affairs tribute to Anzac Pīkia. (LIVE)

Native Affairs

The award-winning current affairs team investigate regional and national stories from a Maori perspective, as well as international indigenous news. (LIVE)

Native Affairs

Tonight on Native Affairs: Parts 1, 2 and 3 of Power Play, Staying Afloat, Nearly 100,000 Kiwis are living daily in hotels, caravans, and even cars, pensioners are finding it particularly hard to make ends meet. And lastly Game Changer, Antoinette Grootjans of Ngāi Tūhoe has a very simple ambition, to be the first woman to referee an NRL game. (LIVE)

Native Affairs

Certified, Renee Kahukura Iosefa. Stranded, Whanganui, lower North Island suffered worst floods in recorded history. Ruwani Perera & Peace Flotilla, Ruwani talks about the Freedon Flotilla 111. Gaza Blockade, Ward Kamo spoke with Roger Fowler from "Kia Ora Gaza" and Dr David Cumin from the New Zealand Jewish Council. Kawerau to Catwalk, Danielle Hayes.

Native Affairs - promo - coming up Monday 06 July..

Māori Television's flagship current affairs show. Winner of the 2011 Aotearoa Film and Television Awards (AFTA) for Best Current Affairs Series, they were also a 2010 finalist for the CBA-Amnesty International Award for Human Rights Programme at the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association’s annual awards in Johannesburg.

Native Affairs

Tonight: The first political debate of the year; Native Affairs reporter Ruwani Perera and cameraman Jacob Bryant on the Freedom Flotilla 111 to Gaza; issues of the week, from the Whanganui floods to concerns of political interference with Māori Television; and we farewell our presenter Mihingarangi Forbes.

Native Affairs - promo - coming up Monday 29th June

Māori Television's flagship current affairs show, Native Affairs, is presented by award-winning journalist Mihingarangi Forbes (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Paoa). The show's accolades include former presenter, Julian Wilcox, winning top honours at the 2012 New Zealand Television Awards for Best News or Current Affairs Presenter, and Best Presenter: Te Reo Māori for his live funeral coverage of the Venerable Dr Hone Kaa last April.

Native Affairs

Tonight on Native Affairs, Gang Rites, The Neglected Disease, Whanganui Flooding, Mapuna Atea and A String To His Beau. (LIVE)