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    Racist who bashed tāne Māori was on bail for attacking retiree

    A man who hurled racial abuse at a Māori man during an unprovoked violent hate crime was on bail for bashing a retired man at a swimming pool, it has been revealed.

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    Pākehā couple that stole Māori identities for race-baiting flyers, fight for name suppression

    A couple who falsely used the identities of two Māori to make it look like it was them delivering a politically charged message are fighting to keep their names secret.

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    'Nut job' Canadian ordered from Bali after desecrating haka atop sacred mountain

    A Canadian self-proclaimed ‘wellness guru’ is set to be deported from Bali after desecrating the ka mate haka, while fully naked on top of one of Indonesia’s most sacred maunga.

  4. Video for Hilda Halkyard-Harawira, a woman unafraid to fight for what she believes in
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    Hilda Halkyard-Harawira, a woman unafraid to fight for what she believes in

    Hilda Halkyard-Harawira has been involved in mobilising people power movements for many years, unafraid to call out racism and Treaty breaches whenever and wherever she sees them. 

  5. Video for Otago University to act with urgency over racism, discrimination, bullying reports
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    Otago University to act with urgency over racism, discrimination, bullying reports

    Reports of systemic racism, discrimination and bullying at a University of Otago school have been acknowledged and accepted by its vice-chancellor, Professor David Murdoch, who says acting on it is

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    Racism at heart of MOH refusal to release tamariki Māori data | Dr Rawiri Taonui

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News.

  7. Video for Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'
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    Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'

    A survey, He Waka Eke Noa: Māori cultural frameworks for violence prevention and intervention, has highlighted continued state 'violence' against Māori.

  8. Video for 'Dawn raids were racist' - Sir Kim Workman quit senior police role to protest
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    'Dawn raids were racist'- Sir Kim Workman quit senior police role to protest

    Sir Kim Workman became a police officer in 1958 after developing a passion for social justice. But after years in his career he decided to quit after witnessing racism in the police force.

  9. Video for Dame Naida Glavish: The country made 'Kia ora' acceptable
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    Dame Naida Glavish: The country made 'Kia ora' acceptable

    The simple act of saying "Kia ora" on the phone nearly lost Dame Naida Glavish her job as a tolls operator in 1984.

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    Luxon responds to supporter's te reo Māori complaint

    "My question is: Why are all government departments insisting on so much teo reo, and even the media?"

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