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  1. Video for Te Reo Māori turns full circle in Parliament
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    Te Reo Māori turns full circle in Parliament

    Speaking Māori in Parliament has been problematical since the 1800s when Maori-speaking MPs used such colourful language that it became a challenge to translate, while another one later on chee

  2. Video for Suspicious package at Parliament; not explosive
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    Suspicious package at Parliament; not explosive

    Fire and emergency services were called to Parliament Buildings this morning following a suspicious package being found in the mail.

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    Māori girl in the gallery: How our parliamentary reporter copes with daily racism in the Beehive

    There’s an uncomfortable space one must exist in as a Māori political reporter. I can only imagine the hate speech those before me had to endure, I am grateful for those I walk alongside now and I am looking to a future where our children and grandchildren can feel comfortable.

  4. Video for Racist policies are written by racist people - Te Pāti Māori
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    Racist policies are written by racist people- Te Pāti Māori

    "That is what we are here to do; dismantle the system and create our own."

  5. Video for Te Pāti Māori's Rawiri Waititi tossed out of Parliament again
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    Te Pāti Māori's Rawiri Waititi tossed out of Parliament again

    Fellow co-leader Debbie Ngarewa-Packer and Greens MP Teanau Tuiono walked out of the chambers in solidarity.

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    Hutt Valley School students set up outside Parliament due to mouldy classrooms

    Hutt Valley School students brought their classes to Parliament today because their classrooms have toxic mildew.

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    Sunscreen, police dogs and parent-teacher interviews win at parliamentary biscuit tin lotto

    Three new members bills were pulled out of the famous biscuit tin today.

  8. Video for Government hears first reading for Moriori settlement
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    Government hears first reading for Moriori settlement

    In 1988 their modern Treaty Settlement claim was lodged, and today descendants of Moriori heard the first reading of their claim in Parliament.

  9. Video for  Speaker says he should have decided to make ties optional last year
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    Speaker says he should have decided to make ties optional last year

    Trevor Mallard says he got few emails from MPs on the tie proposal, "more from one party than from others."

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