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    Papakura Marae, charity team up for new device that helps domestic violence victims

    Papakura Marae is trialling a ground-breaking family violence support and prevention programme that is both protecting its community workers and violence victims.

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    Whānau whaikaha meet royal commissioners to explore solutions for Māori disabled

    By Waimanea Nuri, Te Rito journalism cadet. Thirty whānau who live with disabilities have gathered to discuss the impact of state care abuse with royal commissioners.

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    State care to state custody: research suggests clear link

    Research undertaken as part of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry shows state care last century was a breeding ground for those who went on to serve a prison sentence.

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    Oranga Tamariki gives evidence at royal commission into state abuse

    Survivors of state abuse say they are underwhelmed by evidence given to the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry by state agencies.

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    Royal commission into state care abuse to hear from Crown agencies

    It's been a long wait for survivors of state abuse but, finally, they will hear from government department heads about the failures of the state to properly care for children placed in their care.

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    'I died four times, five times, or was trying to fight it,' mental hospital survivor

    From the age of 19 until he was 42 (1973–1996) Sidney Frank Neilson (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Porou) was locked up at Porirua Hospital under the Mental Health Act.

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    Māori MPs grapple with being called the 'n-word' on social media

    Defence Minister Peeni Henare says over the course of the Covid pandemic online abuse towards him has heightened, from racially charged slurs to abuse from people driven by conspiracies.

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    Iwi finds own solution for whānau violence

    From working in the New Zealand Police for 19 years to now working for her iwi with police, Melanie Humphries' mahi remains the same; to serve her iwi and community.

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