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It’s been a good year for young basketballer Kruz Perrot-Hunt of Ngāti Pukenga.
An environmental group has called for a ban on crayfish fishing in the Hauraki Gulf and Bay of Plenty. But a spokesperson for a collective of fishing iwi says a ban is one option, but there are other measures being put in place to try to ensure the delicacy is not lost. Irena Smith - Te Karere has more.
Here’s our weather forecast from today's bulletin.
Veteran entertainer Dennis Marsh tops the NZ charts again with his latest album, Backyard Party. Hania Douglas - Te Karere with this report.
The first ever advertising campaign for cannabis launched today. It's after parliament passed a bill allowing for use for medicinal use.
It's hoped a $1.4 billion investment in our roads will reduce the number of people dying behind the wheel.
#LIVE | Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little holds media stand-up on Ngāpuhi evolved mandate vote results.
“The Ngāpuhi people who participated in the vote have not supported the Ngāpuhi Evolved Mandate Proposal” - Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little The minister will be holding a media stand-up to discuss the results at 4.30pm which we hope to bring you live on our Facebook. Kia mau tonu mai.
He Tānga Manawa | In 1998, followers of Rua Kenana, gathered at Matahī Marae, Waimana, to celebrate Christmas and commemorate the invasion of Maungapōhatu and the subsequent arrest of the Tūhoe prophet in 1916.
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