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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Kiwi Deportation
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    Native Affairs – Kiwi Deportation

    As many as a thousand kiwis living in Australia could be deported back to Aotearoa.  200 are currently being held in detention centres across Australia, after a policy change last December sort to detain and deport non-Australians who have incurred a prison sentence of a year or more.

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    Kiwi detainees in Australia appeal process to be reviewed

    In the newly appointed Australian Prime Minister's first visit abroad to New Zealand, both him and New Zealand's PM John Key say their nations will work together to review the process for Kiwi detainees in Australia, but there will be no major law changes.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Political Panel
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    Native Affairs – Political Panel

    A rally in Auckland over the weekend called on the Government to allow ten thousand refugees to settle immediately in Aotearoa. 

  4. Video for Native Affairs – Outnumbered
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    Native Affairs – Outnumbered

    Around 670,000 people living in Aotearoa are of Māori descent.  But our population is going through some dramatic changes.  For a start Māori women outnumber men in every tribe, and we're having fewer kids.

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    Open NZ economy beneficial to Māori

    Prime Minister John Key reiterates the National-led government’s commitment to an open economy which the Prime Minister says embraces free trade and immigration which has tremendous benefits to Māori. 

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    9-year-old hopes to present handwritten letter to PM at Waitangi

    Among the masses wanting to approach Prime Minister John Key at Te Tii Marae this morning will be 9-year-old Kate Ravet Diaz.

  7. Video for Samoan Prime Minister challenges Labour on Immigration
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    Samoan Prime Minister challenges Labour on Immigration

    Today the people of Samoa celebrate their country's independence, which has reached 52 years. It was the first engagement for Prime Minister John Key as he visits a few Pacific Islands.  

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    Research reveals unstable bond between Māori and Asian immigrants

    In leading news tonight, a recent study has highlighted that Māori dislike Asian immigrants more than any other NZ group in the country. 

  9. Video for Protest in support of Ranjeet's return
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    Protest in support of Ranjeet's return

    An immigration issue saw two Māori women, Lisa Tupara-Singh and Marua Ashby-Thapar, along with their supporters take to the Parliamentary Chambers in protest at the end of November, after struggling for more than a year with Immigration NZ to see their husbands returned home to NZ. 

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    Immigration law still hinders Māori living in Australia

    Australia's 2001 Immigration Law is still taking its toll on Māori who live across the ditch, and the founder of Māori rights advocacy group, 'Iwi n Aus', says that refugees who arrive in Australia have more rights than NZers.

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