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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 includes 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

Mihingarangi Forbes presents a special, 90-minute programme marking the final of Native Affairs. We revisit some of the year’s biggest stories, talk to special guests & enjoy live entertainment. (FINAL)

Native Affairs

Mihingarangi Forbes and the award-winning current affairs team investigate regional and national stories from a Māori perspective, as well as international indigenous news.

Native Affairs

Tonight on Native Affairs; We revisit Kim Hansen and Caroline Schipplock, discuss the Labour Leadership – interview with Nanaia Mahuta, an update on the Kōhanga Reo National Trust saga, domestic abuse, panel Ward Kamo and Willy Jackson, concluding with entertainer Tina Cross lending her voice to a campaign to help victims of domestic violence.

Native Affairs

Hinewirangi Kohu-Morgan is a poet, artist and activist who has helped Māori sex-abuse victims for the past 20 years. Warning: Some viewers may find this story disturbing. AWANUIĀRANGI – PROFESSOR WIREMU DOHERTY IV - Professor Wiremu Doherty discusses the Awanuiārangi Inquiry. AWANUIĀRANGI – SIR WIRA GARDINER IV - Sir Wira Gardiner discusses the Awanuiārangi Inquiry

Native Affairs

Tonight on Native Affairs; allegations involving an academic programme offered by Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, Te Ururoa Flavell confirmed as Minister of Māori Development, community gardens; a growing trend and Parliament says 'haere ra' to Hone Harawira.

Native Affairs

Tonight’s programme focuses on the election results in the Māori electorates, looking closely at Māori who were elected in general seats, any new Māori MP’s as well as the leaders of the parties.