Friday September 04, 2015   Last updated 17:48PM

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Hato Paora College Information Evening
Are you interested in knowing more about or sending your son/mokopuna/nephew to Hato Paora College in Fielding, Manawatu?.Read more

Mangere East knitting and craft club
Mangere East knitting and craft club All you need is a basket of wool. When: Every Thursday, 10.30am - 12pm Where: Mangere East Library Cost: Free Come along to our fun and interactive new kni....Read more

FREE computer classes at Papatoetoe
Get help with basic computer skills, the internet, emails, CVs, eBooks and more....Read more

Pyjama Drive
We want to give children in need a pair of summer or winter pyjamas so that they can have sweet dreams....Read more

Hawkins Theatre presents.. Speaking of
We would like to invite the hosts and listeners of Waatea News to the open mic night....Read more

Papakura Market on Broadway
The market in Papakura’s Town Centre will come alive with the sight, sound and aromas of the first Market....Read more

ASD Family Support Group
A new family support group has been established in South Auckland for families with kids....Read more

Suicide Prevention online help and information
 Every year, around 500 New Zealanders die by suicide, with many more attempting suicide...Read more

Free Throat Swabs: Prevent Rheumatic Fever
Free throat swabs to prevent Rheumatic Fever for all Maori and Pacific Island children between 4-19 years old..Read more

South Auckland Playgroups 2015
Plunket playgroups available around South Auckland..Read more

Otara Plunket Playgroup
Otara Plunket Playgroup for pre-schoolers aged 0-5 years..Read more

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Colleen Urlich | Tribute to international artist Manos Nathan
Artist Colleen Urlich talks about  international artist Manos Nathan who passed away. She says he was more than just a friend he was a brother. 
Daisy Noble | Importance of Inanga / whitebait to Nga Ruahine
Daisy Noble from Nga Ruahine and her concerns and the importance with inanga/ whitebait in the Taranaki rohe and in the past for Daisy's whanau it was an economic base when she was growing up
Debbie Marshall Loeb and Anthony Lobb | Hato Paora College
Debbie Marshall Loeb is the principal and Anthony Lobb is the Director of Living at Hato Paora School in Fielding. An information evening is open for parents and whanau if they are looking for quality education for their child
Maori Party co leader Marama Fox
Marama Fox the co leader of the Maori Party covers issues of importance to Maori. Today she focuses on refugees. 
Dr Cameron Grant | Immunisation study from Growing up in New Zealand
Dr Cameron comments about some of the latest findings in the Growing Up in New Zealand study focusing on immunisation 
Harko Brown | Maori contingent heading to Brazil for Inidigenous Games
Harko Brown who is the Maori representant for the Inidgenous Games to be hosted in Brazil next month. 
Keith Stewart | Tribute to artist Manos Nathan
Keith Stewart talks about his memories of international artist Manos Nathan 
1 Kelvin Davis | Nga Whareherehere
Labour are rejecting the current prison data
Are Corrections racist?
MARTYN BRADBURY: Tom Hemopo, a retired probations officer has launched a claim with the Waitangi Tribunal claiming the crown have failed to reduce the number of Maori in our prisons.
Problems still ahead for Sam
WILLIE JACKSON: When Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Liga confirmed in parliament that a prison guard at the under the microscope Mt Eden jail was suspended after being caught on camera showing inmates boxing techniques, his portfolio officially became the laughing stock of the Government.
CYFs are failing children and many are Maori kids
MARTYN BRADBURY: The latest report into the nightmare of CYFs have shown that many children are being abused in state care and that there is no evidence that they are safer inside State care than outside it.
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