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  1. Video for Ngāti Whātua take strong stance against p-drug
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    Ngāti Whātua take strong stance against p-drug

    Ngāti Whātua are taking tough measures to crack down on the potential risks of P manufacturers or users living in iwi homes. 

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    Methamphetamine operation underway in Wellington region

    This morning Police are searching nine properties across the Wellington region for evidence of methamphetamine production and supply, and money laundering involving the Head Hunters gang.

  3. Video for Māori Party highly unlikely to support legalisation of cannabis
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    Māori Party highly unlikely to support legalisation of cannabis

    The Māori Party say it's highly unlikely they would support the legalisation of cannabis given the dire effects the drug has had on Māori communities

  4. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Just Do You
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Just Do You

    When Jacqui Barrett's son turned six he was already taller than his mum. Jacqui, from Ngāti Maniapoto, is a dwarf, although she prefers the term "little person". She's a motivational writer, blogger and public speaker. 

  5. Video for Online drug scam victim calls for more Govt support
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    Online drug scam victim calls for more Govt support

    A former Māori Language Commission deputy chief jailed for possessing cocaine is calling on the government to take a pro-active approach in cracking down on online fraudsters.  Sharon Armstrong spent two years in an Argentinian jail after being duped by a man she met online.

  6. Video for Native Affairs - A duty of care - Part 2
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    Native Affairs- A duty of care- Part 2

    Last year 20-year old Sentry Taitoko died in a police cell he should never have even been in. His tragic story and the blunders Police made while in their care has become a landmark case. It led to an official inquiry which recommended major changes with the way Police deal with people in custody, who are under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - A duty of care - Part 1
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    Native Affairs- A duty of care- Part 1

    Last year 20-year old Sentry Taitoko died in a police cell he should never have even been in. His tragic story and the blunders Police made while in their care has become a landmark case. It led to an official inquiry which recommended major changes with the way Police deal with people in custody, who are under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - Standing Tall
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    Native Affairs- Standing Tall

    When Jacqui Barrett's son turned six he was already taller than his mum. Jacqui from Ngāti Maniapoto is a dwarf although she prefers the term "little person." 

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Low High Part 2
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    Native Affairs- Low High Part 2

    When you think New Zealand synthetic drug industry you think Matt Bowden.  He developed New Zealand's first BZP party pill 17 years ago and made a fortune from them before they were banned last year.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Low High Part 1
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    Native Affairs- Low High Part 1

    If you thought we got rid of synthetic drugs last year - think again.  The Ministry of Health is set to approve a new range of synthetic drug products which have been deemed "safe" and councils around the country are designating areas where they'll be sold.

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