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  1. Video for By-law the result of few "bad apples"
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    By-law the result of few "bad apples"

    A new by-law to ban begging in Tauranga is the result of a few "bad apples", says Kai Aroha Tauranga director Tania Lewis-Rickard.  The by-law comes into effect in April 2019.

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    Normalising Māori langauge within the legal profession

    The first ever Māori language workshop for those in the legal profession was held at Hoani Waititi Marae in Auckland.  The Māori Law Society say the aim is to develop the understanding of Māori langauge in legal settings.

  3. Video for Conversations with Teen Mums, Series 1 Episode 3
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    Conversations with Teen Mums, Series 1 Episode 3

    (AO) Enter into the lives of a group of young mums who are coming of age as their children grow.

  4. Video for Conversations with Teen Mums, Series 1 Episode 2
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    Conversations with Teen Mums, Series 1 Episode 2

    NEW EPISODE: Enter into the lives of a group of young mums who are coming of age as their children grow.

  5. Video for Conversations with Teen Mums, Series 1 Episode 1
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    Conversations with Teen Mums, Series 1 Episode 1

    (AO) See the lives of a group of young mums who are coming of age as their children grow.

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    Conversations with Teen Mums

    Witness the lives of teenage mums and how they are dealing with motherhood. On Demand available to viewers in NZ.

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    NZ 13th country to legalise gay marriage

    NZ is officially the 13th country in the world to legalise gay marriage following the success of the third reading of Labour MP Louisa Wall's private member's bill.

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    Native Affairs- Dame Susan Devoy

    In her sporting heyday, she was New Zealand’s squash sweetheart.

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    Native Affairs- Simon Bridges

    Parliament is currently considering a change to the Crown Minerals Bill which would punish protesters deemed to be interfering with offshore petroleum and mineral exploration in our exclusive economic zone.  The first offence would stop deep sea protesters from performing dangerous acts. 

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    Mana Party AGM

    Leadership, membership and future endeavours were discussed at the Mana Party's AGM in Tokoroa.

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