Wednesday June 29, 2016   Last updated 06:33AM

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Rheumatic Fever
Matariki Festival 2016
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Dr Maria Bargh Snr Lecturer at Victoria University
A paper prepared for Cabinet proposing the introduction of a freshwater allocation work programme would breach the Treaty of Waitangi and ignores recent Waitangi Tribunal and Supreme Court decisions in relation to Maori rights to freshwater, say two academics from Victoria University of Wellington.
Ella Henry Senior Lecturer in Maori Studies and Sociology
We talk about Brexit with Ella and what Maori need to be aware of
Anahera Higgins Kaihautu Maori Auckland City Council
We get an update of Matariki events still to come in Auckland for the remainder of June and whats happening in July
Dr Chellie Spiller Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean at Auckland University
Brexit - We talk about the exit of Britain from European union and how this may effect Maori
Mere Boynton Matariki Organiser Wellington City Council
We catchup with Matariki organiser of the Kaumatua Kapahaka event that was held at Te Papa Tongarewa on Saturday
Shay Wright Co-founder for Te Whare Hukahuka
Te Whare Hukahuka to build next generation of Maori governance leaders
NPD Councillor Howie Tamati seeks Maori Party nomination
Howie Tamati is seeking nomination for next years general election as theTe Taihauauru candidate to represent the Maori Party
Kelvin Davis Labour MP
Our regular weekly catchup with Labour MP Kelvin Davis on current issues and matters pertaining to Maori
No amount of dollars will be able to fix what happened to Teina Pora
WILLIE JACKSON: Teina Pora has not been compensated appropriately, twenty one years in jail and $2.5million plus an apology just doesn’t seem to add up.
Pora case is a study in structural racism
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: I believe it is impossible to seriously critique the terrible miscarriage of justice against Teina Pora without revealing the naked structural racism still at the heart of our colonial justice system.
The legacy of punitive policies is homelessness.
CLAUDETTE HAUITI: Minister Bennett wouldn’t have visited with Te Puea kainga-kore whanau themselves, the media mob hovering around her meant privacy issues would’ve kicked in. But if she had, Minister Bennett would’ve come face to face with her punitive reforms.
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