Extra: Our reporter Ripeka Timutimu sat down with NZ High Commissioner to the UK, Sir Jerry Mateparae, in an exclusive interview at New Zealand House. He talks about how Māori culture helps New Zealand stand out on the international stage.
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He was the second Māori to become Governor-General of Aotearoa, now he’s become the first Māori in the role of NZ High Commissioner to the UK
Moe mai rā e koro.
Extra: Brexit is the hottest topic on the British political agenda, and Sir Jerry Mateparae will be leading talks for New Zealand in his role as High Commissioner to the UK.