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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Smear Campaign?
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    Native Affairs- Smear Campaign?

    Last week a story out of Australia swept the world suggesting that the sale of Vegemite could be banned because remote aboriginal communities were using the product to make alcohol which was then being consumed by children. 

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    Flava's Full Phat Breakfast Crew read Te Kāea bulletin for Māori Language Week

    The Full Phat Breakfast at Flava is known as one of the best breakfast radio shows in the country but how do they rate at reading te reo Māori? 

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    Respected Māori broadcaster has passed away

    Māori journalist Anzac Pikia has passed away at the age of 35.

  4. FreeviewPlus is coming - Photo / freeviewnz.tv/freeviewplus.aspx
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    FreeviewPlus provides smart way to watch Māori programming on-demand

    While the launch of Netflix took flight in New Zealand this week, so too did the announcement of FreeviewPlus, a smarter way to watch TV in Kiwi homes, which includes Māori programming.

  5. John Tamihere receives apology from MediaWorks - Photo / file
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    MediaWorks apologises to John Tamihere

    MediaWorks has apologised publicly to former Labour MP John Tamihere over the ex-talkback host’s departure from RadioLive.  They have also settled the defamation case which came as a result of his departure.

  6. Ngā Ruahine descendant wins a BAFTA - Photo / BAFTA
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    Ngā Ruahine descendant wins a BAFTA

    Ngā Ruahine descendant Kimberly Hikaka has won a BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) award.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 5: Funding Reality
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 5: Funding Reality

    We all love seeing more of New Zealand on air and while we can't seem to get enough of reality television, should the taxpayer have to pay for it?

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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 4: Radio

    Government funded radio broadcasting began in New Zealand in 1925.  After various incarnations in 1995, Radio New Zealand was established by an Act of Parliament. 

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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 3: Māori Broadcasting

    Television broadcasting began in New Zealand in 1960 but it would be another 20 years before a Māori programme was regularly screened by our state broadcaster.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Future of Broadcasting - Part 2: Charter
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    Native Affairs- Future of Broadcasting- Part 2: Charter

    It's sad to say but New Zealand no longer has a public broadcaster. 

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