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    ‘Family and Whānau Violence’ bill introduced to parliament

    Legislation that overhauls the family violence system is a core part of reducing New Zealand’s horrendous rate of family violence, says Justice Minister Amy Adams. The Family and Whānau Violence Legislation Bill was introduced to Parliament today to overhaul the Domestic Violence Act.

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    Jacinda Ardern officially announced as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party

    Jacinda Ardern has been officially announced as the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, after winning a leadership vote unanimously. Political commentator Ella Henry says that the move is a masterstroke and National have a fight on their hands in this year's election. 

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    Petition calls for humanitarian overseas service award for Kiwis

    A parliamentary petition is urging Kiwis who provide humanitarian relief in overseas' disasters and emergencies should be recognised. The RSA, Police and Fire Service are amongst those calling for change to our current honours system. 

  4. Video for  Māori Party song goes viral
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    Māori Party song goes viral

    Whilst Parliament passes through the last of its business for the year, the Māori Party graced its benches with a song, a special song asking Santa to sign up to the Māori Party tonight.

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    "We should get in behind Bill as the leader"- Judith Collins

    Minister of Corrections and Police Judith Collins has pulled out of National's leadership race and will instead be backing Bill English. English now has the numbers to become Prime Minister. 

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    English tipped as Māori favourite to replace Key

    Prime Minister John Key's shock resignation announcement caught many kiwis off-guard, but some Māori are saying they are pleased to see the back of him. What will a change of National leadership mean for Māori, the Māori economy and who of his predecessors would best represent Māori interests. 

  7. Video for Taurua opposes date for New Zealand Wars commemorations
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    Taurua opposes date for New Zealand Wars commemorations

    Ngāpuhi leader Kingi Taurua is slamming the date set to recognise the New Zealand Wars.

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    Seclusion Rooms Not Acceptable

    Minister of Education Hekia Parata says the use of seclusion rooms in schools is unacceptable but Green Party MP Catherine Delahunty has asked why they're still being used to manage student behaviour.

  9. Video for Labour colleagues congratulate Mahuta on moko kauae
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    Labour colleagues congratulate Mahuta on moko kauae

    Politicians returned to the house today after a month-long recess with one veteran politician coming back with a little extra. 

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    PNG Supreme Court orders PM to face no-confidence vote after riots

    The Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea has ordered parliament to reconvene on the 15th of July to hear a motion of no-confidence against embattled Prime Minister Peter O’Neill. A growing protest movement, led by students and civil society groups, has destabilised the country in recent months in response to economic decline and ongoing allegations of corruption against O’Neill.

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