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Parakuihi Breakfast with Dale Husband
Green Party Leader James Shaw
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Fletcher Sunde Sustainable Coastlines Programme Coordinator
Nature enthusiasts far and wide, regardless of political affiliation, are being encouraged to do their bit for the environment at a tree planting day in South Auckland this election-weekend.
Minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Juliane Chetham Patuharakeke Te Iwi Trust Board Member
Patuharakeke, the hapu that holds mana whenua over the area in which the Marsden Point Oil Refinery is located is deeply concerned about the leak of jet fuel potentially into waterways including the Ruakaka River, Estuary and ground water. Patuharakeke have a long association with Whangarei Harbour and Bream Bay coastline.
Alicia Wright Chief Electoral Officer
"It is important to us that all voters are able to have their say in this election and we take this matter seriously", says Alicia Wright, Chief Electoral Officer.
Te Kotahitanga Co-Chair Pita Tipene
Pita Tipene responds to the Tuhoronuku claims.
Mika X TOP Candidate
Mika is standing in Auckland Central, New Zealand's very own metropolis. He has spent years on the front line, working and helping youth through his foundation. Mika sees TOP as a kindred soul in his quest to unashamedly promote opportunities for young people of all ages and differences.
Maori voter suppression allegations demands investigation!
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Allegations of widespread Maori voter suppression made by Massey University Political Lecturer, Veronica Tawhai require an immediate response from the Electoral Commission.
The importance of the Maori electorates this election
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: There has never been an election that was so dependent on the Maori electorates
Why every Maori should be outraged by how racist National's Bootcamps really are
MARTYN ' BOMBER' BRADBURY: You know it's election time when National starts promising harsher and more punitive law and order policy
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