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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Writer’s Retreat
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    Native Affairs- Writer’s Retreat

    Hollywood screenwriter David Seidler hit the headlines when he won an Oscar in 2011 for ‘The King’s Speech’. He used his own experiences as a stutterer and how he was inspired by King George VI’s efforts to overcome his serious speech impediment.

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    Mongrel Mob turns to the law for help

    The leader of the Hastings Mongrel Mob Rex Timu has banned methamphetamine from his chapter.

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    Inaugural Te Ritorito hui discusses support for whānau, hapū, iwi

    Te Puni Kōkiri and Superu are hosts to the inaugural Te Ritorito forum, an event which has brought together a number of notable Māori who are working towards whānau, hapū and iwi wellbeing.

  4. Video for Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 1
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    Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 1

    Tonight our two part exclusive reveals a vitally important case that's headed to the High Court. It involves a little girl who has been stopped by a Family Court from attending her kura kaupapa.

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    Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 2

    In part two of our exclusive, we look at a family court decision stopping a little girl from learning the Māori language at a kura kaupapa primary. It is a unique ruling. 

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    Native Affairs – I am Raukawa

    Mōtai Tangata Rau is a popular haka group who performed at Matatini this year. Like many groups they focus on the traditions of their own people in their performance.

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    Court rules no Māori immersion school for child

    A family court has ruled a seven-year-old girl be removed from her full immersion, reo Māori school because her father doesn't speak Māori and feels excluded.

  8. Video for Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens
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    Free vege gardens destined for Rotorua whānau and kindergartens

    Fifty-eight Rotorua families and eight local kindergartens are to be given free vegetable gardens and will be taught to grow their own food.  Te Kāea talks to Te Rangikaheke Kiripatea who has been a key figure in making this happen.

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    Govt respond to pressure over Oranga Tamariki Bill

    Former MP Dame Tariana Turia says Māori won't know whether they're being listened to until the new legislation relating to children in state care is re-worded. The Social Development Minister acknowledged the wording of the legislation was not right and has been visiting iwi around the country to discuss the issue.

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    Marae-led initiative to provide affordable housing for whānau

    A $1.5 million marae-led social housing development in Christchurch will provide warm, healthy and affordable homes for whānau, Minister for Māori Development and Minister for Whānau Ora Te Ururoa Flavell says.

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