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1 Patu Hohepa: Ngapuhi negotiations|
Can Winston assist in resolving the Ngapuhi settlement dead-lock?
2 Marama Fox: Maori Trade Training|
He kaupapa tino whai hua te whakaritenga o nga akoranga kia maha ake nga rangatahi Maori e whakapaa atu ai ki nga mahi a rehe.
3 Mataroria Lyndon: The sweet link to obesity|
Sugar is a major contributor to the obesity issue amongst Maori and Polynesian, a solution is urgently needed.
4 Peeni Henare: Labour support water rights|
Labour supporting water rights and compulsory reo in primary schools.
Willie Te Aho: Te Matatini debrief in Rotorua today|
Te Matatini debrief in Rotorua to review judging system and discuss festival improvements.
Jeanette Richardson: Pukeahu National War Memorial Park opening|
Members of the public have the opportunity to be part of New Zealand history this Saturday 18 April with the official opening of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and Sir Peter Jackson's Great War Exhibition.
Hemi Inia: Iwi-led training inititative launched in Otautahi|
He Toki ki te Mahi Apprenticeship Training Trust was launched by Prime Minister, the Rt Hon John Key at Rehua Marae in Otautahi, Christchurch last night.
Alison Cree: Tuatara eggs discovered in the South Island|
University of Otago researchers have found evidence of tuatara eggs hatching in a nest at Orokonui Ecosanctuary, the first indication of this happening anywhere in the wild in the South Island for several hundred years.
Northland final result cements tide change against National|
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: The final results from the Northland by-election have been missed in the churn of Campbell Live being threatened with the axe and anger at MP spouses travelling overseas.
Judge Mick Brown|
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: New Zealand lost a great person of mana last week, Judge Michael John Albert Brown - better known as Mick he was 77.
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: The magnitude of Winston Peter's shock win on Saturday can not be ignored. To turn a 9000 majority for National into a 4000 majority for NZ First is a like the American Rugby team beating the All Blacks by 30 points.