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Arapeta Tahana | Te Arawa partnership board|
Arapeta joins Dale to speak about the partnership board.
Green Party co leader Metiria Turei|
The Green co leader Metiria Turei with her weekly political catch up with Dale Husband .
Mike Smith | Challenges put to Statoil|
Mike Smith reviews last weeks protest in Whangarei at a Statoil protest and where to next.
Oscar Nathan | Maori tourism day|
Rotorua tourism operator Oscar Nathan reflects on yesterdays Maori tourism hui at the Auckland Museum.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters|
The NZ First leader Winston Peters with his weekly political catch up with Dale Husband
Shane Jones | Shane Jones pays tribute to the passing of Lady Emily Latimer|
Former Labour MP Shane Jones shares his thoughts following the death of Lady Emily Latimer. He also talks about his role as the Ambassador for Pacific Economics.
Linnae Pohatu | Taku Tamaki exhibition|
Linnae Pohatu from Auckland Museum and the latest events on show
Loisa Wall | Weekly catchup|
Loisa has her weekly catchup with Dale thismorning.
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.