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  1. Video for Extremist, truly active in New Zealand
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    Extremist, truly active in New Zealand

    Has the government let us down by not taking white extremist threats seriously in New Zealand? Could Fridays attack been avoided if there was more of a focus on these types of threats? These are the questions being raised around parliament today after yesterdays announcement by Prime Minister Ardern on proposed changes to the countries gun laws.  

  2. Video for Law Commission looks to rewrite property law to include tikanga Māori
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    Law Commission looks to rewrite property law to include tikanga Māori

    The New Zealand Law Commission is investigating the Property (Relationships) Act and whether or not it can extend to recognise tikanga Māori when relationships end and property is divided. Public submissions open next week.

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    Taranaki iwi Ngāti Maru begins Crown settlement process

    Sir Maui Pomare was the last Crown Minister to be hosted on Te Upoko o Te Whenua marae and the Treaty Minister Chris Finlayson's first interaction with Ngāti Maru today in Taranaki symbolises the initial steps towards a treaty settlement package.

  4. Video for Helen Kelly recognised for efforts to bring forestry companies to justice
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    Helen Kelly recognised for efforts to bring forestry companies to justice

    Hundreds of people attended the public memorial for New Zealand Council of Trade Unions' former president Helen Kelly, an influential leader who fought for the rights of workers.

  5. Video for Self-defence law proposal for victims who kill their abusers
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    Self-defence law proposal for victims who kill their abusers

    The Law Commission is proposing criminal law reform to better serve victims of family violence who kill their abusers.

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    Law Commission recommends a new offence for abusers who use strangulation on victims

    The Law Commission has recommended a new offence for perpetrators of family violence who use strangulation on their victims.

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    Takamore family willing to discuss possible exhumation

    It's been seven years since the body of James Takamore was snatched from Christchurch, and now the Takamore family has agreed to work with the Kutarere Marae committee to return the body to Christchurch. 

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