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Waikato Hauraki MP Nanaia Mahuta
Politics with Waikato Hauraki MP Nanaia Mahuta
Manukorihi Hapu Chair Patsy Bodger
Patsy Bodger reviews the Maori Affairs Select Committee NPDC (Waitara) Land Bill submission hearings that were held at Oawae Marae last Friday
Mark Kopua. Te Matatini 2017 Judge.
Mark Kopua has served as a longtime judge for Te Matatini, who hails from Uawa, Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngati Porou.
Green Party MP Marama Davidson.
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband.
Monty Soutar Senior Historian
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Wily Willie could be election decider.
PAUL MOON: It was all going so well. The Maori Party looked revitalised, and heading into election year could claim successes in its flagship Whanau Ora programme, as well as being part of a government that has concluded some of the most important Treaty settlements in a generation.
The health of our democracy is at risk with the Electoral Commission failing voters.
WILLIE JACKSON: The Electoral Commission needs to wake up.
The Militarisation of WINZ
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY:This week, as a response to the terrible deaths of 3 Ashburton WINZ staff in 2014, Security Guards were placed on the doors of WINZ Offices around New Zealand.
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