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Marae – Tariana Turia sad that six of the Maori seats have gone back to Labour

  • Monday 22 Sep 2014

The fact that what the Maori Party has achieved in parliament really sadly hasnt meant a thing to our people, says Tariana Turia. Reporter Roihana Nuri interviews a teary eyed Maori Party co leader following the Election night concession by Chris McKenzie at Te Rau Aroha Marae in Tokoroa.

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Tariana Turia sad that six of the Maori seats have gone back to Labour
  • Monday 22 Sep 2014
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      • Friday 28 Jun 2013

      Accusations of institutional racism in our health system. Here's a reminder of the story we ran on Sunday about inequitable care for Maori men with prostate cancer.

      • Thursday 14 Mar 2013

      The full uncut interview with Tame Iti

      • Wednesday 24 Apr 2013

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      • Friday 28 Jun 2013

      Zytiga, the anti-prostate cancer drug's now available to buy but it's expensive. Only Pharmac can decide if it's publically funded or not. Public Health Physician Dr Nina Scott suggests it should be subsidised for Maori men only. For prostate cancer patient Rea Wikaira, it may prolong his life.

      • Thursday 24 Apr 2014

      Maketu used to be known for its pies but now there are new culinary stars in town. Marae profiles Kasey and Karena Bird, whore cooking their way to the top.

      • Sunday 4 May 2014

      In the Far North the fight against Paedophilia and sexual offending is continuing to fire up tight-knit communities and facing the problem requires honesty and bluntness as Yvonne Tahana discovered when she travelled to Kaitaia.

      • Thursday 24 Apr 2014

      An ANZAC love story and the woman who tracked back through time to restore her familys whakapapa thought destroyed by war.