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Don't forget, Pipi Mā have a cartoon coming out in December! #Pāia
Our presenter Scotty Morrison asked the hard questions with New Zealand Labour Party's deputy leader Kelvin Davis on how he feels about the demise of the Māori Party as well as how he felt about having 13 Māori MPs elected for the Labour Party.
#WATCH The Pūkaki Crater not only has intrinsic value as being the most pristine in the Auckland volcanic field but for Auckland mana whenua Te Ākitai Waiohua, it holds significant sentimental value as well as a wāhi tapu.
#WATCH They won their electorates and they visited our friends on Marae. Te Tai Hauāuru MP Adrian Rurawhe and Tāmaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare sat on the couch with Marae presenter Miriama Kamo. This interview was conducted on Sunday morning just gone.
Te Karere reporter Irena Smith catches up with re-elected Labour MP Nanaia Mahuta who says that at this stage Labour does not have any plans to meet one of Winston Peters' demands, and that is to hold a referendum on the Maori seats.
"There's all sorts of political pushing and shoving that goes on. We now though have the responsibility of forming a strong and stable government." - Bill English, New Zealand National Party
Kia mataara - Hawke's Bay District Health Board has confirmed six cases of paratyphoid fever in the region.
Will Kelvin Davis be able to talk Winston Peters over to a Labour-Greens side?
Tawera Kerr-Barlow is making the most of his time with the All Blacks before he moves to the French club La Rochelle at the end of the year.
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern was given a warm welcome by the party's caucus this morning. Check out Irena Smith - Te Karere's page for updates today and she'll have her report on Te Karere at 3.55pm, TVNZ 1.