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  1. Video for Govt enquiry into Kōhanga expenditure investigation
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    Govt enquiry into Kōhanga expenditure investigation

    The Government has launched an independent inquiry into the financial expenditure of the National Kōhanga Reo Trust, and the $80 million of public money it receives annually from the Ministry of Education.

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    Reaction to Kōhanga financial discrepencies

    Today saw a plethora of reactions from various sectors of the community to the news of financial discrepancies in Te Pātaka Ōhanga's credit card spending.

  3. Video for Enquiry over kōhanga credit card misuse
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    Enquiry over kōhanga credit card misuse

    Over the last 20 years, a billion tax payer dollars have been directed to the Kōhanga Reo movement.  

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    Native Affairs- A Sovereign Nation Part 2

    French Polynesian politics has been dominated in the past decade by two main players - Gaston Flosse, the newly elected President who supports autonomy under French rule and Oscar Temaru, Tahiti's pro-independence leader.

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    Spotlight on two Ngāti Awa business leaders

    The spotlight is on two members of Ngāti Awa Group Holdings Ltd (NAGHL), chairman Wira Gardiner who signed off funding to a business owned by another NAGHL member, Graham Pryor, which Ngāti Awa's audit committee has described as a "serious breach".

  6. Video for Commercial users of Rotorua lakes to pay
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    Commercial users of Rotorua lakes to pay

    Commercial users of the lakes in the Rotorua area may have to pay a fee to iwi for their usage in the future.

  7. Video for Native Affairs - Simon Bridges
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    Native Affairs- Simon Bridges

    Parliament is currently considering a change to the Crown Minerals Bill which would punish protesters deemed to be interfering with offshore petroleum and mineral exploration in our exclusive economic zone.  The first offence would stop deep sea protesters from performing dangerous acts. 

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    Private schools receive fair share?

    Teachers' unions are concerned after John Minto revealed private schools like Kings College received a 40% increase in taxpayer funding over a period of 3 years.

  9. Video for Māori business delegates in China
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    Māori business delegates in China

    Prime Minister John Key and a NZ business delegation featuring Māori have arrived in China hoping to capitalise on the region's quick growth, which has seen exports triple since the signing of the free trade agreement five years ago.

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    Crown acknowledges Ngāti Pukenga ki Tauranga

    Representatives of the Crown and the Minister of Treaty Negotiations, Christopher Finlayson, met with one of Tauranga's main tribes, Ngāti Pukenga ki Tauranga, at Te Whetu o Te Rangi Marae in Tauranga. 

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