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  1. Video for The 'hearts of the people' will decide treaty justice, not Crown
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    The 'hearts of the people' will decide treaty justice, not Crown

    The hearts of the people will determine when a treaty grievance has been settled, not the Crown labelling a settlement 'full and final', says a leading treaty negotiator.

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    Report- Māori led 'total rethink' of racist criminal justice system needed

    Māori have got the message across to an independent review group that racism is embedded in every part of the criminal justice system and that a Māori-led 'total rethink' is required.

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    Govt confirms yes/no question for cannabis referendum

    The government has announced that in the 2020 election voters will get to say 'yes' or 'no' to legalising cannabis, based on a law which is yet to pass in-house.

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    Māori to address "racist" justice system

    Māori experts in justice are being welcomed on to Te Papaiouru Marae. The pōhiri kicks off a three day long hui led by Māori, for Māori.  

  5. Video for Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa jailed for life
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    Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa jailed for life

    Serial rapist Malcolm Rewa has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Susan Burdett, 27 years ago. 

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    Public feedback sought for family justice reforms

    The independent panel considering the 2014 family justice reforms is now seeking feedback on its proposals from families, workers and others who have used services in the area.

  7. Video for Sir Kim Workman named Knight Companion in New Year Honours
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    Sir Kim Workman named Knight Companion in New Year Honours

    Sir Kim Workman is happy he'll still be called dad even though he's earned a new title. The Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa and Rangitāne descendant has been named a Knight Companion in the New Year honours for his services to prisoner welfare and the justice sector.

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    Urgent Tribunal hearing on prisoner voting granted

    The Waitangi Tribunal has announced an urgent hearing on Māori prisoners having the right to vote.  Current legislation disqualifies sentenced prisoners from participating in general elections.

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    Colonisation trauma linked to family violence- Report  

    A new report by the prime minister's chief science advisor says it is possible to prevent and end family violence in New Zealand.  The report, titled Every 4 Minutes, acknowledges the link between the trauma of colonisation and prejudice to the high rates of family violence and incarceration among Māori.

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    IPCA finds investigation deficient

    The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found that a police investigation into inappropriate contact between a teacher and a student in Gisborne in 2014 was deficient in several respects.

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