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    Preliminary hearing for Royal Commission of Inquiry into historical state abuse

    The Royal Commission held a preliminary hearing in the Auckland Environmental Court today, the first public hearing of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions.

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    Man pleads guilty for docking Thimble's tail

    A Huntly man accused of docking a dog's tail illegally has been prosecuted after it suffered a painful injury as a result.

  3. Video for ActionStation report long overdue for one victim
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    ActionStation report long overdue for one victim

    "I came into the Women's Refuge with two black eyes, a broken nose."  The lack of support for Māori victims of sexual violence following an initial attack has been highlighted in a new report released by ActionStation today.  

  4. Video for UPDATED: "Racism is real whānau" - wahine subjected to abuse in online video
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    UPDATED: "Racism is real whānau"- wahine subjected to abuse in online video

    A video of a wahine being subjected to abuse by a man after an unrecorded traffic incident has been shared widely on social media and condemned as yet another example of everyday racism in Aotearoa.

  5. Video for Adoptee seeks justice for displaced tamariki
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    Adoptee seeks justice for displaced tamariki

    Wai 2575 claimant, Bev Wiltshire-Reweti is reaching out to other Māori who were taken from their whānau as children under the 1955 Adoption Act.  Wiltshire-Reweti claims Crown policies and practices failed in their care of Māori children and are in breach of the Treaty.

  6. Video for Anglican church welcomes broader abuse inquiry
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    Anglican church welcomes broader abuse inquiry

    The Anglican church is welcoming the government's announcement to include faith-based institutions in its inquiry into historical abuse of children in state care.  Northland Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu says the inquiry must not be limited to the state sector and churches must also be held accountable.

  7. Video for Abusers no right to stand on marae
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    Abusers no right to stand on marae

    Māori leader Rangi McLean says any abuser should be removed immediately from the right to speak on the marae.

  8. Video for Māori women leaders support for whānau affected by Awanui Black accusations
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    Māori women leaders support for whānau affected by Awanui Black accusations

    Māori women leaders have come out in support of communities and families affected by accusations against the late Awanuiarangi Black.  Māori women leaders gathered in Auckland today for the FOMA Māori Women's Leadership Summit.

  9. Video for Police look into allegations of Awanui Black and paedophile ring
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    Police look into allegations of Awanui Black and paedophile ring

    Police are looking into the allegations of a paedophile ring in Tauranga and beyond. It comes after an emotional Facebook video post by Anihera Black, the former wife of Te Awanuiārangi Black, who claimed her husband and others had preyed on children.

  10. Video for Children's Commissioner calls for recording of bullying stats
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    Children's Commissioner calls for recording of bullying stats

    The Children's Commissioner is calling on the government to enforce annual reporting by schools on their bullying rates and their prevention guidelines. 

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