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Te Wero 29/08/2014 - Part One
The Iwi Radio Network proudly present: Te Wero 2014. From the Tamaki Makaurau electorate, flaxroot analysis with Dale Husband and Tina Wickliffe.
Te Wero 29/08/2014 - Part Two
Te Wero: Election 2014 - Part Two: The Tamaki Makaurau debate with Peeni Henare (Labour), Marama Davidson (Green), Kereama Pene (Mana), Raewyn Harrison (Independent) and Rangi McLean (Maori Party).
Te Wero 29/08/2014 - Part Three
Te Wero: Election 2014. Talkback with Tama Poata live from Te Arawa FM.
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TWP 29082014 - Willie Te Aho
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TWP 29082014 - Dr Tahu Kukutai
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Dirty Politics
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Opinion Poll

Te Wero 2014 Poll - Who are you most likely to vote for in the Tamaki Makaurau electorate?
Peeni Henare - Labour
Marama Davidson - Green
Kereama Pene - Mana
Rangi McLean - Maori Party
Raewyn Harrison - Independent