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    Government 'part of the problem' for crime rise- Goldsmith

    "More money, more talk, no consequences." That's what National is saying on yesterday's government announcement of new funding for dairies and shops needing crime protection.

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    National iwi hui wants funding and resources to take care of whānau

    More than 250 Māori providers, support groups, and leaders of iwi from around the country who specialise in health, justice, education, social well-being, and prosperity are taking part in a two-da

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    Justice Minister wants urgent changes to name suppression laws

    Photo / File Justice Minister Kiritapu Allan is seeking urgent advice on changing NZ's name suppression laws which she says are not working for victims.

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    'Broken', in danger of 'collapse'- Legal aid slammed by Chief Justice; renewed hopes for Budget

    Aotearoa's besieged legal aid system is costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars a year but still tens of thousands of Kiwis are being turned away and potentially denied their right to justice.

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    Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'

    A survey, He Waka Eke Noa: Māori cultural frameworks for violence prevention and intervention, has highlighted continued state 'violence' against Māori.

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    'Dawn raids were racist'- Sir Kim Workman quit senior police role to protest

    Sir Kim Workman became a police officer in 1958 after developing a passion for social justice. But after years in his career he decided to quit after witnessing racism in the police force.

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    Low rates of Māori granted name suppression a systemic issue- Māori lawyer Khylee Quince

    The Dean of the Law School at AUT says it is pretty well known that outcomes are much harsher for Māori.

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    Steven Adams shares te reo Māori message on NBA jersey

    Professional basketball star Steven Adams has chosen to promote te reo Māori in the NBA. 

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    People in jail because they're homeless- Julia Whaipooti

    People are being held in jail on remand because they have nowhere to live. Lawyer Julia Whaipooti told p[ the coronavirus pandemic has increased court wait times by six to 12 months. She said people are being held on remand because they don’t have anywhere to live. We are publishing the article today. We extend the opportunity for comment on these matters, and if Judge Taumaunu would like to speak on this matter, we would welcome it.

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