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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Simon Bridges

    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. 

  2. Video for Private schools receive fair share?

    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.

  3. Video for Māori business delegates in China

    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.

  4. Video for Crown acknowledges Ngāti Pukenga ki Tauranga

    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. 

  5. Video for $20 meals for family-of-six

    $20 meals for family-of-six

    Feeding a family of six is no easy feat, but feeding them on a budget of $20 will seem unbelievable to some.

  6. Video for Tūhoe mull over Settlement

    Tūhoe mull over Settlement

    While Tūhoe are preparing for next weekend's big festival, Te Kāea went out to garner the people's reaction to a recent settlement signing  with the Government that will give Tūhoe co-governance of Te Urewera National Park.

  7. Video for Brendan Horan speaks out

    Brendan Horan speaks out

    He's a man of many talents, a champion surf lifesaver, singer, weather-reader and more recently a politician. 

  8. Video for Left in the dust

    Left in the dust

    In a move that's caught parents and teachers by surprise, the Education Ministry has cut a number of key school bus services in the Bay of Islands.

  9. Video for D-day for Novopay

    D-day for Novopay

    School staff around the country are waiting on results of a review of the Novopay system.

  10. Video for Shane Jones cleared

    Shane Jones cleared

    Shane Jones is set to return to Labour's front bench after a report from the Auditor-General cleared him of all allegations relating to his time as Associate Minister of Immigration in 2008.

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