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  1. Video for Whaitiri wants Ministerial comeback for 2019
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    Whaitiri wants Ministerial comeback for 2019

    Ikaroa-Rawhiti MP Meka Whaitiri wants to make 2019 count by working hard to regain her former Minister's role. And Labour's Māori Caucus Co-Chair Willie Jackson is supporting her.

  2. Video for Native Affairs 2018 Summer Series, 31 December 2018
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    Native Affairs 2018 Summer Series, 31 December 2018

    Highlights of our 2018 Native Affairs series.

  3. Video for TPK, Māori Wardens & Ture Whenua Act Mahuta’s focus for 2019
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    TPK, Māori Wardens & Ture Whenua Act Mahuta’s focus for 2019

    Nanaia Mahuta, the first woman to take on the role of Māori Development Minister, reflects on 2018 and talks about priority areas for the new year.

  4. Video for Māori Caucus to focus on targeted funds in 2019
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    Māori Caucus to focus on targeted funds in 2019

    Labour's Māori caucus co-chairs Willie Jackson and Meka Whaitiri dispute some critics' opinions that the caucus did not bring enough outcomes for Māori in the new Government's first year.

  5. Video for Native Affairs 2018 Summer Series, 24 December 2018
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    Native Affairs 2018 Summer Series, 24 December 2018

    Highlights of our 2018 Native Affairs series.

  6. Video for Politics 2018: A year in review
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    Politics 2018: A year in review

    2018 brought a new Government, a new Prime Minister, a new direction and a new baby. Political Reporter Talisa Kupenga highlights some of the Beehive’s firsts.

  7. Video for Peeni Henare talks Whānau Ora 2019
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    Peeni Henare talks Whānau Ora 2019

    With no extra funding for Whānau Ora in Budget 2018 and the report into the programme's review still to be released, Whanau Ora Minister Peeni Henare talks about the next steps come 2019.

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    PM offers assistance to Indonesia's tsunami recovery

    The death toll from the tsunami has climbed to 222, with 843 others injured and 28 missing.

  9. Video for Haumaha to remain Deputy Police Commissioner
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    Haumaha to remain Deputy Police Commissioner

    Deputy Police Commissioner Wallace Haumaha will keep his job after legal advice to the prime minister detailed no "clear and proper" basis to support dismissal.

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    Haumaha to keep his job

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will not remove Deputy Police Commissioner Wallace Haumaha from his role following the release of an Independent Police Conduct Authority report today.

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