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  1. Video for Native Affairs - A seed of doubt
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    Native Affairs- A seed of doubt

    Denis Luke has spent twenty years in prison for killing police witness Christopher Crean. But Luke's family doesn't believe he took any part in the killing and they have the support of the Sensible Sentencing Trust.

  2. Video for Yoga in Prisons to help inmates rehabilitate
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    Yoga in Prisons to help inmates rehabilitate

    The inmates at Auckland Women's Regional Corrections Facility are uniting body, mind and soul as part of their rehabilitation through the Yoga in Prisons programme. The inmates say the classes are enjoyable and they value the calm it brings to what can sometimes be a very tense place.

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    Refurbished cells prompt positive attitudes

    Counties Manukau Police Station have spruced up nine of 40 holding cells in an effort to brighten up what can sometimes be a very dark place. Police hope the cells encourage people to reflect on their actions, in an environment that shows someone cares about them. 

  4. Video for Deportee weary of possible jail time
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    Deportee weary of possible jail time

    A former detainee of an Australian detention facility is scared for his future as Australian authorities look to extradite deportees involved in riots on Christmas Island. Te Kāea spoke to Peina Clarke who was at the facility during the riots.

  5. Video for Community Workers not suprised Māori are still worse off
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    Community Workers not suprised Māori are still worse off

    West Auckland community workers are not surprised by the Salvation Army's latest report, saying that Māori are still worse off.  The report says that Māori prisoner numbers are at a record high.  

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    Māori still worst off in Salvation Army report

    According to the latest report by the Salvation Army, Māori are still the worst off. The Moving Targets Report 2016 was released today. Children and high Māori prison rates were some of the concerns highlighted.  

  7. Video for Inmates giving back through Te Huarahi Oranga project
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    Inmates giving back through Te Huarahi Oranga project

    Inmates at Auckland's Correctional Facility for Women are being rehabilitated through a horticulture project called Te Huarahi o Te Oranga.  It's not only inmates who benefit from the programme, but also families in need.

  8. Video for Offenders on bracelets to return to prison if no cellphone coverage
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    Offenders on bracelets to return to prison if no cellphone coverage

    Labour MP Kelvin Davis is concerned offenders with electronic bracelets who live outside cellphone coverage areas will be sent to prison.  The Department of Corrections says, if an offender proposes an address where there is no cell phone coverage, it will be deemed as unsuitable.

  9. Video for Māori detainee denied deportation from Christmas Island
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    Māori detainee denied deportation from Christmas Island

    A mother of a Māori detainee on Christmas Island claims her son is being denied deportation to New Zealand after his numerous requests were refused.  Both the Australian and NZ Governments have stated that if New Zealanders want to leave the detention centre at Christmas Island, they are free to do so immediately, but that hasn't been the case.

  10. Video for Native Affairs Summer Series – Just us
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    Native Affairs Summer Series – Just us

    It's a powerful story of injustice. Fifteen years ago, three young girls were sent to jail for aggravated robbery. A crime they didn't commit. Luci Akatere was 15 years old. Her co-accused Tania Vini and McCushla Fuataha were just 14.  

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