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    FENZ and firefighters union reach $145m settlement

    A settlement has now been reached between Fire and Emergency New Zealand and the New Zealand Professional Firefighters Union. 

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    Fears Russian military draft targets ethnic minorities

    Dmitry is in a small town in eastern Russia of  1000 people when he first speaks to Te Ao Māori News. He says his bags are packed, but he’s not sure for where.

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    'It could have been me or my sister': Iranians here worry about crackdown

    Photo/Getty Images "We are all anxious and we are just furious watching this news coming out of Iran," Iranian Women in New Zealand founder and chairperson Forough Amin says.

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    Anti-government protest in Wellington ends without troubles

    Police have confirmed that the anti-government protest led by Freedom & Rights Coalition founder and leader Bishop Brian Tamaki this morning has dispersed from Parliament grounds.

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    Mana whenua urge 'peaceful presence' from Parliament protestors

    Mana whenua are urging protestors descending on Parliament tomorrow to respect tikanga and maintain a "peaceful presence" that causes minimal disruption

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    Police to put Parliament out of bounds for protestors

    Police will close roads and restrict parking around Parliament from late Sunday to forestall any early Freedom Right Coalition protestors.

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    Company that wants to mine Taranaki seabed sells to Aussies

    The company that wants to mine the south Taranaki seabed is selling out to a foreign partner while continuing the battle to win permission for the underwater prospecting.

  8. Video for Protests and counter-protests planned for Parliament

    Protests and counter-protests planned for Parliament

    The Freedom and Rights Coalition led by Brian Tamaki is in talks with Police about planned protests around the country, including at Parliament Buildings this month. 

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