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  1. Video for International Children of Prisoners Week
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    International Children of Prisoners Week

    They're often forgotten about by society, but this week, their faces are being thrust into the spotlight. This week is International Children of Prisoners Week, and being launched today in Parliament is an exhibition featuring many of those faces.

  2. Video for ‘Ngā Mahi – The Pathway of the Stars’
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    ‘Ngā Mahi – The Pathway of the Stars’

    Our prisons are full of Māori because the spiritual element is lacking in the work and knowledge of the social sciences. That's according to a new book, 'Ngā Mahi - The Pathway of the Stars.'

  3. Video for Native Affairs - A Sovereign Nation Part 2
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    Native Affairs- A Sovereign Nation Part 2

    French Polynesian politics has been dominated in the past decade by two main players - Gaston Flosse, the newly elected President who supports autonomy under French rule and Oscar Temaru, Tahiti's pro-independence leader.

  4. Video for Fresh start for domestic violence victims
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    Fresh start for domestic violence victims

    A refuge long devoted to provide shelter and care for women victims of domestic violence, regardless of who they are or where they are from.

  5. Video for Parker sentenced to 7 years
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    Parker sentenced to 7 years

    The scale and nature of James Parker's offences against school children was so vast it defies summarising.

  6. Video for Independent Ministerial Inquiry for Teina Pora case
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    Independent Ministerial Inquiry for Teina Pora case

    A miscarriage of justice. That's the NZ Police Association's contention relating to Teina Pora who remains in prison for the murder of Susan Burdett.

  7. Video for Menzies Hallet sentenced to life
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    Menzies Hallet sentenced to life

    Hallett was sentenced to life imprisonment in the High Court at Rotorua today for shooting and killing Rodney Tahu in Tūrangi in the early-morning hours of August 16, 1979.

  8. Video for Recycled clothing pilot for prison
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    Recycled clothing pilot for prison

    Each year, the Auckland City Mission is burdened with hundreds of items of donated clothing that is unusable.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - Hidden A-Gender
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    Native Affairs- Hidden A-Gender

    Transgender and Transsexual inmates say they are being put at risk when jailed alongside male inmates. 

  10. Video for Native Affairs follows Tame Iti home
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    Native Affairs follows Tame Iti home

    After nine months in jail, Tūhoe artist and health worker Tame Iti has been set free. 

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