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Sounds Aotearoa 2013

Monday 11th March, Aotea Centre, Auckland

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Dale Husband interviews Louis Baker.
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Tama Waipara.
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Radio Waatea General Manager Bernie O'Donnell, Brent Mio and Dale Husband.
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Ria Hall.
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Will and Annie Crummer.
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Annie Crummer.
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Will and Annie Crummer, MUMA CEO Willie Jackson and Bernie O'Donnell.
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Koile.
maisey rika
Maisey Rika.
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Awa. (Donna Carr. Copyright © 2012, Uma Broadcasting Ltd)
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Abbie Leigh.
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NLC - One More Try - (feat Stanley T) [Official Video]
OPINION: Labour refuse to do anything about racist drug laws
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: An unprecedented coalition of 25 organisations like the New Zealand Medical Association, the Mental Health Foundation, the Public Health Association, the Maori Law Society, the Drug Foundation, Hapai te Hauora, and JustSpeak have called on drug reform citing health and societal issues while pointing out how racist our drug laws are.
OPINION: More Maori men will be found guilty of sexual assault thanks to law change
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: More criticism last week of the Sexual Violence Legislation Bill when the co-President of the Penal Reform League, Lady Heeni Phillips-Williams, warned again that the law changes would see more innocent Maori men found guilty of rape and sexual assault.
OPINION: Maori Party brutally outflanks Kelvin Davis again
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: News last week that the Māori Party are supporting Waikeria Prison protesters in filing civil rights claims against Corrections brutally outflanked the hapless Kelvin Davis once again.
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