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TWP 28012015 - Andrew Little
The Labour Party leader Andrew Little on politics and the delivering of his state of the nation speech which focuses on unemployment and the economy
TWP 28012015 - Metiria Turei
The Green co leader talks politics with Dale Husband and today both the Opposition leadeer and PM will deliver their state of the nation speeches but Metiria says there'll be nothing specific for Maori and Pasifika from the prime minister
TWP 28012015 - Winston Peters
The NZ First leader Winston Peters gives his thoughts on the state of the nation speeches and looks ahead toward the 175th annivesary since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi
TWP 28012015 - Keith Ikin
Educationist Keith Ikin on a development strategy for Maori adult and literacy.
TWP 28012015 - Graeme Ramsey
Graeme Ramsey and how the Problem Gamling Foundation is encouraging the public to make submissions before January the 30th on the upcoming Gambling Amendment Bill (No3)
TWP 28012015 - Paraone Gloyne
Paraone Gloyne | A new app may radically change the way that carpentry is taught with the launch of a carpentry app by Te Wananga O Aotearoa
Manako 28012015 - Pt 3 Kelvin Davis
Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis | The MP says comments from David Rankin about 'no burqas at Waitangi' is porangi
Manako 28012015 - Pt 4 Rawiri Wright
Tumuaki Hoani Waititi - Rawiri Wright | NZQA will not accept some credits from some kura kaupapa
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Both leaders of the two largest political parties released their State of the Nation addresses this week.
What can Maori expect from Andrew Little's first speech on January 28th?
OPINION: Maori should have every expectation that their interests are given genuine focus by the Labour Party.
Derek Fox and bum biting
OPINION: Veteran Maori Broadcaster, politician and curmudgeon, Derek Fox, faced a public outcry last week when he critiqued the despicable shootings in Paris of cartoonists from the French publication, Charlie Hebdo.
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