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    Bureaucrats told to hand over detailed vaccination data to Whānau Ora ASAP

    In a stinging rebuke, a Wellington High Court judge has told the Ministry of Health to hand over detailed patient data to Whānau Ora so it can vaccinate more Māori against Covid-19.

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    Māori Land Court Judge Layne Harvey appointed to the High Court

    Justice Harvey will join Christian Whata as High Court judges of Māori descent.

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    Northland iwi: The Māori language must have mana in courts

    A collective of Northland iwi wants a judicial review on the use of te reo Māori in the court system.

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    Whakatōhea hapū win customary marine title case

    The eastern Bay of Plenty hapū say they are  "ecstatic". 

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    Entertainer sentenced for attempting to cover up indecent assault

    A well-known entertainer has been sentenced to 11 months home detention after attempting to help a prominent businessman avoid being trial for indecent assault.

  6. Video for Ngāti Whātua prepares for hīkoi to High Court
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    Ngāti Whātua prepares for hīkoi to High Court

    Hundreds of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei are flocking to their marae in Auckland.

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    Rehearing of proposed marina plan on Waiheke Island stopped

    A commercial marina is expected to go ahead after a court case trying to stop it failed.

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    Courthouse operations adjust to lockdown circumstances

    A judicial briefing was held in the Auckland Courthouse today in order to clarify some of the changes that are being made in courtrooms nation-wide during this 'lockdown' period.

  9. Video for Wāhine Māori trio sworn into High Court
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    Wāhine Māori trio sworn into High Court

    Three Māori women were sworn in as lawyers in the Rotorua High Court. There is only an estimate of one thousand barristers and solicitors admitted each year and six percent of those are Māori, even less are Māori women. The trio says they will stand as kaitiaki in the courts.  

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    An original voice for the Māori renaissance

    The Māori Law Society is honouring Justice Joseph Victor Williams (Ngāti Pūkenga, Te Arawa), following his appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court of New Zealand. As the first Māori to attain the position, Justice Williams is a role model for a generation of aspiring Māori lawyers.

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