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  1. Video for Native Affairs – A Knight’s tale
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    Native Affairs – A Knight’s tale

    What happened to Sir Mark Solomon to end his 18-year reign with Ngāi Tahu, New Zealand's wealthiest iwi? Tonight, Sir Mark tells us why he is now leading the Canterbury District Health Board instead of his own people.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – Whale tails
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    Native Affairs – Whale tails

    Whale Watch Kaikōura is celebrating its 30th year but it’s a tough one. The award winning tourism company was shaken to its core when the 7.8 earthquake struck last year. Just as everyone else in Kaikōura rebuilds so is the whānau run, legacy business. 

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Road to Recovery
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    Native Affairs – Road to Recovery

    If you thought you had challenges getting to and from work every day, think again. Meet the Clarke whānau. They refuse to leave their ancestral land north of Kaikōura despite the risks it poses for them.

  4. Video for Former Ngāi Tahu leader Sir Mark Solomon speaks out
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    Former Ngāi Tahu leader Sir Mark Solomon speaks out

    He led his South Island iwi from millions to more than a billion. But last year, Sir Mark Solomon suddenly walked away.

  5. Video for Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 1
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    Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 1

    Tonight our two part exclusive reveals a vitally important case that's headed to the High Court. It involves a little girl who has been stopped by a Family Court from attending her kura kaupapa.

  6. Video for Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 2
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    Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 2

    In part two of our exclusive, we look at a family court decision stopping a little girl from learning the Māori language at a kura kaupapa primary. It is a unique ruling. 

  7. Video for Native Affairs – Speaking Out
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    Native Affairs – Speaking Out

    Lara Wharepapa-Bridger created a media storm earlier this year when she accused Sir Peter Leitch of racism after an encounter at a Waiheke Island winery.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – I am Raukawa
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    Native Affairs – I am Raukawa

    Mōtai Tangata Rau is a popular haka group who performed at Matatini this year. Like many groups they focus on the traditions of their own people in their performance.

  9. Video for Court rules no Māori immersion school for child
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    Court rules no Māori immersion school for child

    A family court has ruled a seven-year-old girl be removed from her full immersion, reo Māori school because her father doesn't speak Māori and feels excluded.

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    Acclaimed Oscar nominated director thanks Māori TV

    Critically acclaimed US director Ava DuVernay who is a nominee at tomorrow’s Academy Awards and has been shooting a Disney film in Aotearoa with Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon, has taken to social media to acknowledge Māori Television.

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