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Rheumatic Fever
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Parakuihi Breakfast with Dale Husband
Ngati Whatua Orakei Trust spokesperson Ngarimu Blair
Tamaki Makaurau iwi Ngati Whatua Orakei intends to talk to Auckland Mayor Phil Goff about the ownership of Ports of Auckland Ltd. Ngati Whatua Orakei has long harboured an ambition to buy back our former land and Waitemata seabed, says Ngati Whatua Orakei Trust spokesperson Ngarimu Blair.
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare
A weekly korero on te wahanga Parakuihi hosted by Dale Husband.
Award-winning Writer Apirana Taylor
Apirana Taylor is an award-winning writer, storyteller, painter and actor. His poetry has been translated into German and Italian and his published volumes include A Canoe in Mid Stream and The Breathing Tree. His new novel Five Strings launches at the 2017 Auckland Writers Festival.
Claimant Dave Ratu
This claim is lodged by David Ratu. The claim concerns the failure of the Crown to provide for the healthcare of Maori in respect of the sale, supply and consumption of alcohol in Aotearoa.
Te Runanga o Ngati Hine Chairman Waihoroi Shortland
A korero with Dale Husband on Radio Waatea 603am.
Sir Tipene O'Regan
Sir Tipene pays tribute to Ngai Tahu Kaumatua Trevor Howse on Radio Waatea 603am.
Mauri Oho Winner Nicole Calderwood
Nicole Calderwood from Hamilton who entered as an individual – won the Māuri oho: youth category (ages 15-25) with Scholar+, a web based platform that helps tertiary students find and apply for scholarships.
Mauri Tu Winner Adele Saur
Adele Sauer and her team of three from Hamilton won the Māuri tū: open category (for ages 26 and over) with a Māori sign language app called SeeCom.
Mike King is a NZ Hero
WILLIE JACKSON: What happened this week with Mike King quitting the suicide-prevention panel goes beyond politics and demands our focus as a country and as a community.
What does Labour fear from a Maori Prison?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: The negative reaction by Andrew Little and the Labour leadership at the suggestion of Maori prisons by Kelvin Davis gives an insight into how difficult reforming the public service for Maori will still be even under a Labour Government.
Labour Party List
WILLIE JACKSON: Some of the ridiculous things claimed by the mainstream media last week over the Labour's Party list was really disappointing
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