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The road toll is one more than the road toll of three people last Labour weekend.
There are experienced campaigners there like Jarred Waerea Hargreaves, Adam Blair, and Shaun Johnson. But other highlights are Brad Takairangi of Ngāti Kahungunu and young hooker Danny Levi of Ngāi Tahu will make his debut off the bench.
After nearly three decades in parliament, the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand's agreement with the New Zealand Labour Party will see them receive ministerial roles and become a part of the government.
WARU takes the form of eight different but connected sequences that unfold around the tangi of a young Māori boy; the boy whose whisper we heard, who died at the hands of his caregiver.
“We’re never going to get everything that we wanted. We knew that from the start. Politics has always been an issue of compromise, but principles as well and we have got a balance on both.” – Winston Peters
Kiwis name squad to play against Samoa this weekend.
#LIVE: The New Zealand Labour Party and the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand reveal details of their deal.
#LIVE: Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters sign coalition agreements.
The next Māori Development Minister is expected to be among this group – so who will it be? Ripeka Timutimu has the low down on who's tipped to fill the role, as well as who's expected to become the ministers for Corrections, Foreign Affairs, and Defence. Who would you prefer to take up these portfolios?