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  1. Video for Immigration NZ in apology to Ngāpuhi whānau
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    Immigration NZ in apology to Ngāpuhi whānau

    Immigration NZ has made a U-turn in granting a medical visa to the Canadian husband of a Ngāpuhi mother-of-two.

  2. Video for Race Relations push Government for a national apology
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    Race Relations push Government for a national apology

    Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy is continuing to push Government for a national apology and public inquiry into the abuse of children in state care.

  3. Video for Prophet Rua Kenana gets his pardon but for the family it was bittersweet
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    Prophet Rua Kenana gets his pardon but for the family it was bittersweet

    Despite the efforts of the Crown to hold an apology day for Tūhoe and pardon Rua Kenana's name of false charges, his descendants say the event was bitter sweet with some questioning why members of the Crown did not attend the gathering today. 

  4. Video for Abuse survivors call for public apology from State
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    Abuse survivors call for public apology from State

    New Zealanders who were abused as children while in state care presented an open letter and petition to Parliament today calling for a public inquiry and apology. Over 100,000 children were placed in state care during the 1950s and 1960s where many suffered sexual, physical and psychological abuse. 

  5. Video for Rua Kēnana followers and descendants want to revive Iharaira faith
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    Rua Kēnana followers and descendants want to revive Iharaira faith

    Followers and descendants of Tūhoe prophet Rua Kēnana want to revive their Israelite religion. They gathered for their last whānau hui in Rotorua, ahead of a statutory apology they will soon receive, for the illegal wrong-doings by the crown to their spiritual leader and his followers over a century ago.

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    Kaituna River Inquest- Apology

    Last week the inquest into the death of international white water kayaker Louise Jull was held in Rotorua. 

  7. Teina Pora wants State apology - Photo / file
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    Teina Pora wants State apology

    Now a free man, Teina Pora wants an apology from the State.

  8. Video for What does the future hold for Ngai Tūhoe Post-settlement?
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    What does the future hold for Ngai Tūhoe Post-settlement?

    Now that Tūhoe have concluded their treaty settlement, the question now is what does the future hold for Tūhoe? Our political reporter Maiki Sherman went out to ask the people.

  9. Video for Far North District Council apologises to Iwi
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    Far North District Council apologises to Iwi

    The Far North District Council (FNDC) has apologised to local iwi after agreeing to set aside part of Ninety Mile Beach for filming by a UK-based motoring television show. Three of the four local Iwi say they had no idea, despite an agreement with the Council that they be informed of such matters.

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