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  1. Video for Dispute over access to Parimahu
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    Dispute over access to Parimahu

    Today the hapū of Ngāti Kere in Porangahau Central Hawke's Bay, has taken action to regain access to their customary food source. Access that has been cut off by one Porangahau farmer who has tried to keep them locked out for the last 20 years.

  2. Video for Judith Collins reinstated following cabinet reshuffle
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    Judith Collins reinstated following cabinet reshuffle

    The Prime Minister has announced the results of a cabinet reshuffle at his post cabinet press conference this afternoon.

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    Marae based youth court launched within Ngāti Tūwharetoa

    A new youth court, Te Kooti Rangatahi ki Tūwharetoa was launched in the weekend at Rauhotu marae in Taupō. It follows the successful establishment of similar marae-based youth courts throughout Aotearoa.

  4. Video for Native Affairs – Settlement Struggles
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    Native Affairs – Settlement Struggles

    It's expected to be the country's largest Treaty settlement, but seven years in and Ngāpuhi can't even reach an agreement amongst themselves.

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    MP reveals fresh allegations of maltreatment of detainees

    The horrific treatment of one of the New Zealanders on Christmas Island has been revealed to Labour’s Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis. 

  6. Video for Native Affairs – Two million dollar kid – Part 2
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    Native Affairs – Two million dollar kid – Part 2

    When Daryl Brougham received his apology from the Government in February, the Minister of Social Development Anne Tolley said the courage and strength he possessed to have overcome so many challenges in his life, can only be admired.

  7. Video for Native Affairs – Two million dollar kid – Part 1
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    Native Affairs – Two million dollar kid – Part 1

    Daryl Brougham used to be called the 2 million dollar kid, because that's what his 18 years in State Care cost the New Zealand taxpayer.  While in CYF care, Daryl suffered significant amounts of abuse and neglect. 

  8. Video for Te Tarata Pā commemorations honour lives lost
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    Te Tarata Pā commemorations honour lives lost

    It's been 150 years since the people of Te Whakatōhea were invaded by Crown troops at Te Tarata Pā; many of them losing their lives.

  9. Video for Native Affairs – Inside West Papua – Part 2
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    Native Affairs – Inside West Papua – Part 2

    West Papua is one of the most culturally diverse populations on the planet, with its indigenous population speaking over 275 different languages.  

  10. Video for Native Affairs – Inside West Papua – Part 1
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    Native Affairs – Inside West Papua – Part 1

    While this country agonises over whether or not it should change its flag, spare a thought for those who have a real problem with theirs.  In the Indonesian province of West Papua, indigenous Papuans have been arrested and killed for raising their flag the Morning Star, seen by some a symbol of independence.

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