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  1. Video for Election Aotearoa: Capital Kākahu
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    Election Aotearoa: Capital Kākahu

    Wellington fashionista and LGBT icon Jaye Glam Morgan (Ngāti Kahungunu) gives fashion advice to the suits of Parliament.

  2. Video for Election Aotearoa: Questions from the Audience
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    Election Aotearoa: Questions from the Audience

    Part Five of Māori Television’s exclusive Election Aotearoa Leaders Debate will be exclusively online and livestreamed on the Māori Television website.

  3. Video for Election Aotearoa: Coalition Options
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    Election Aotearoa: Coalition Options

    Māori Television’s exclusive political poll results are in and it’s a game changer. During Part Four of Māori Television’s exclusive Election Aotearoa leaders’ debate, we reveal which political parties have the support of Māori.

  4. Video for Election Aotearoa: Suicide, Drugs & High Prison Rates for Māori
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    Election Aotearoa: Suicide, Drugs & High Prison Rates for Māori

    New Zealand’s shocking suicide rates and other important social issues are discussed in Part Three of Māori Television’s exclusive Election Aotearoa Leaders Debate.

  5. Video for Election Aotearoa: Kiwis' right to own homes
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    Election Aotearoa: Kiwis' right to own homes

    New Zealand’s housing crisis and homelessness are confronted in Part Two of Māori Television’s exclusive Election Aotearoa Leaders Debate.

  6. Video for Election Aotearoa: First TV Debate with Political Leaders
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    Election Aotearoa: First TV Debate with Political Leaders

    Māori Television launches New Zealand’s first television showdown tonight between political leaders.

  7. Video for Grandmother speaks out about what happen to her mokopuna
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    Grandmother speaks out about what happen to her mokopuna

    The grandmother of a young teenage girl who was forgotten and left alone at a Ministry for Vulnerable Children’s office after hours is speaking out.

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    NATIVE AFFAIRS- Locking Up Māori

    A Department of Corrections spokesman admits the justice system is stacked against Māori. Māori make up 14 percent of the population. Yet, the current statistics are 51% of male prisoners are Māori and 57% of female prisoners are Māori. As a group, Māori have one of the highest rates of imprisonment in the developed world.

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    Native Affairs

    Led by host Oriini Kaipara, the award-winning current affairs team investigate regional and national stories from a Maori perspective, as well as international indigenous news.

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    Debate puts te reo Māori on the election agenda

    New Zealand First was forced to defend its te reo Māori policies on last night’s televised debate ‘Te Reo Anamata’, hosted by Māori Television’s Native Affairs and Massey University, Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa.

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