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A whakatau was held for O’Brien where whānau and colleagues from the whare wānanga ‘handed her over’ to the university in accordance to tikanga Māori. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2T5mkJo
Yvonne (Evie) O’Brien has been welcomed into her new role at Oxford University in England.
The White Ribbon campaign launched today and isn’t about raising money, but rather taking action against domestic violence. On average, 14 women a year are killed by their partners or ex-partners.
Irena Smith - Te Karere with this post-match report and analysis of the All Blacks vs English match at Twickenham, London over the weekend where the match went down, right to the wire.
Ngāti Awa's Yvonne O’Brien has become the first Māori woman to serve as programme director for the Atlantic Institute at England's Oxford University. She has been welcomed as a new staff member to the university and Irena Smith - Te Karere has this exclusive report.
In a first, government agencies came together last week to discuss how they can be more responsive to their rainbow staff, and the communities they serve. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere spoke to one LGBT advocate, who says although some headway is being made, there's still a long way to go.
An eleventh-hour offer from the government wasn't enough to stop primary school teacher's from walking off the job today. But while teachers strike all over the country, Hania Douglas - Te Karere found a different scene in Māngere today where teachers of the area thanked those who have supported them thus far.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has just announced the Royal Commission inquiry into the abuse of children will be widened. The PM said Cabinet has agreed to expand the scope of a proposed inquiry into the abuse of children in state care, to include the abuse of children in the care of faith-based institutions.
An inquiry has found the process that lead to Wally Haumaha's appointment as deputy police commissioner as fair and robust. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere with this report. #WATCHNOW
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