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Te Ururoa Flavell | In Christchurch for a number of kaupapa
The minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell is in Christchurch for a number of hui. He also talks about other kaupapa with Dale Husband
John Tamihere | CEO of Waipareira Trust are heading to USA
A delegation from Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust are heading to the USA to consolidate links twith other indigenous peoples
1 Tame Iti | Allegations of NZ spying on China
Leaked documents from Edward Snowden show that NZ has been spying on China for the US
2 Piri Sciascia | Ngati Kahungunu Reo Awards
Last Friday night Ngati Kahungunu held their Reo Maori Awards
3 Dr Rawinia Higgins | Te Maataawai consultation update
Dr Higgins and Dr Ruakere Hond have been travelling the motu to consult on the Te Maataawai Maori Language strategy
4 Glenda Taituha | Ngati Maniapoto Maori Trust Board candidates
A group of four are putting their names forward for the Ngati Maniapoto Maori Trust Board elections.
5 Ken Eruera | Super 15 Rugby
Ken takes a look at the rugby over the weekend
6 Julian Wilcox | Hurricanes
The Hurricanes may have lost to the Warratahs but they are still in the top 4 of Super 15
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.
Northland roars
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.
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