Thursday July 27, 2017   Last updated 10:36AM

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Parakuihi Breakfast with Dale Husband
Metiria Turei Green Party MP
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Te Ururoa Flavell Minister of Maori Development
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Northland MP Winston Peters
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Traci Houpapa Huihuinga Wahine - Maori Womens Summit 2017
More than 100 Maori women were inspired by ladies at the top of their career game through FOMA's annual Maori Women's Leadership Summit. The aim is to grow the number of Maori women leaders amongst positive shifts in the business sector towards gender and cultural diversity. Maori women come together to build the Maori economy.
Shanan Halbert Labour Northcote Candidate
Education is vital to giving our young people the opportunity to be all they can be. National's cuts are forcing up the cost and affecting the quality of education.
Nga Korero Pirihimana with Inspector Phillip Taikato
In 2014, NZ Police Commissioner, Mike Bush, allowed the creation of 12 new positions of Maori Responsiveness Managers at the rank of Inspector for each of the 12 Police Districts across NZ.
Gilbert Taurua The Drug Foundation
In the past month 7 people in Auckland have died from the use of synthetic cannabis. It was banned from sale 3 years ago.
Ricky Houghton from He Korowai Trust
Dale speaks to Ricky Houghton about housing in the North and lots of other relevant issues.
The madness of deciding the fate of Maori electorates with a binding referendum
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: NZ First's extraordinary claim that deciding the fate of the Maori electorates with a binding referendum is not only dog whistle politics at its worst, it's also incredibly unfair and utterly unjust.
Do we need a new Maori uprising?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: The front cover of last months racism issue by MANA magazine says it all.
Marae TV phone message racism highlights ignorance
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Marae TV employee Blake Ihimaera had a phone message accidentally left on her phone from a company they were looking to hire a car from.
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