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Tonight on Native Affairs: The Forgotten Village (Minginui), Beating Violence (Wāhine Mā), and Haka Boy's ambition.

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Tonight on Native Affairs; We Lost Our Treaty Money - the story of Ngāti Tama and the loss of their entire Treaty cash settlement, Haere Rā Sir Jerry - The Governor General Sir Jerry Mateparae says New Zealand becoming a Republic is inevitable, and finally, Housing Desperate Students (Tertiary).

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One in 100 kiwis are homeless - is this acceptable? Why is there such a drastic shortage of affordable housing in New Zealand? Tonight on Native Affairs, we are live from the Te Puea Memorial Marae in South Auckland. Our Native Affairs presenter Ward Kamo puts these questions to our politicians National Party’s MP Alfred Ngaro, Labour Party’s MP Phil Twyford, Māori Party’s MP Marama Fox and Green Party’s MP Marama Davidson.

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Tonight on Native Affairs: Face Off (Kauae) – the story of Patrick Salmon and his full face moko, Indigenous Fashion (Global Indigenous) with Tina Waru, Tino Pie (Judge) winners of NZ’s Bakels Supreme Pie Award, and Cycle of Change (Cycle) – Patricia Walsh a Gisborne grandmother with numerous convictions speaks honestly about her journey of change. 

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 ‘A Stage Of Grief’ [OFFICER27] Police shootings. ‘Te Reo Catalan’ [CATALAN] Catalonia, The official Catalan language. ‘Saving The Waka’ [NAVIGATORS] The only traditional waka building school in the world.  ‘Little Drummer Boy’ [SHEM1] Shem Perkins.

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The Whale People: Native Affairs got an exclusive invite to one of the most significant whale research projects in the world led by a small iwi who've turned their marae into a science lab; A Conservation Lesson; Saving Toheroa; Animation 101, Mr Disney.

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Tonight on Native Affairs: Join the Native Affairs team for a LIVE Māori Language Special debate - Te Reo Buzz, Attitudes toward Te Reo, and audience Q & A.

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Led by new host Oriini Tipene-Leach, the award-winning current affairs team investigate regional and national stories from a Māori perspective, as well as international indigenous news.