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  1. Video for Native Affairs – Henrietta’s Babies

    Native Affairs – Henrietta’s Babies

    Native Affairs revisit Henrietta Turner and her whānau. Last year, we were shocked by the horrific death of her baby Johnny. He was still born but delivered with his head and arm severed from his body. We investigated his death. But now, 18 months later some happy news from the whānau.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – Hineraukatauri turns 21

    Native Affairs – Hineraukatauri turns 21

    Native Affairs pays tribute to a young woman who has defied all the odds. 21-years ago Hineraukatauri, the daughter of world famous singer Hinewehi Mohi, was born with severe cerebral palsy. Since then, she's not only inspired her mum - but a music centre to help children and adults with disabilities was created in her honour.  

  3. Video for Native Affairs – Marae Hunting

    Native Affairs – Marae Hunting

    Along the Whanganui River - marae have a plan to reconnect, it's a hunting competition. They're trying to attract people to their traditional lands, encourage tourism and earn up to $10,000 to help marae with maintenance.

  4. Video for Māori counselling book launched to aid Māori whānau

    Māori counselling book launched to aid Māori whānau

    A new Māori counselling book has been launched to aid Māori and non-Māori counselors working with Māori whānau.  Moemoeā, Māori Counselling Journeys provides insights into approaches by five Māori consultants who draw from Māori culture, philosophy and experience.

  5. Video for Eight whānau sought to repatriate soldiers

    Eight whānau sought to repatriate soldiers

    The families of soldiers who served in the 1950s war in Malaysia are relieved their loved ones will be repatriated back home to New Zealand. But Families of the Forgotten Fallen campaign spokesperson Paul Thomas says the next of kin for a number of soldiers overseas are still to be found.

  6. Video for Waiariki clean up begins post cyclone

    Waiariki clean up begins post cyclone

    The aftermath of Cyclone Cook has left 15,000 customers in the Hawkes Bay without power. Drinking water and water waste systems in Whakatāne have been seriously affected and the majority of the Central North Island have road blockages caused by fallen trees and power poles, but spirits are still high as Edgecumbe residents are now able to move back into their homes and the clean-up begins.

  7. Video for Native Affairs – The Nark

    Native Affairs – The Nark

    NARK, or the Nation of Advocates for the Rights of Kids, is an organisation Cherie Kurarangi Sweeney started after her neighbour Serenity Jay Scott was murdered.

  8. Video for Edgecumbe whānau worried about second storm

    Edgecumbe whānau worried about second storm

    The Bay of Plenty region is forecast to receive up to 250mm of rain in the 48 hours from midday tomorrow. According to MetService, it's predicted that the coastal communities will be hit the hardest. Te Kāea followed two whānau who returned home today.

  9. Video for Native Affairs - My bros are dying

    Native Affairs- My bros are dying

    Hastings Mongrel Mob President Rex Timu has filed a Waitangi Tribunal claim on behalf of his chapter calling the New Zealand Health system racist.

  10. Video for Native Affairs - Writer’s Retreat

    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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