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WATCH: Here's Pei Te Hurinui Jones winner Whakaue Winiata's prepared speech from the National Ngā Manu Kōrero ki Taranaki 2017.
The beloved te reo teacher, sports broadcaster, entertainer and raconteur passed away over the weekend.
Sports reporter Tamati Rimene-Sproat catches up with Jordan Ngatai to find out exactly what his ambitions are for the Breakers.
Te Karere reporter Rapaera Tawhai catches up with incoming Waiariki MP Tamati Coffey and finds out what's in store for the MP-to-be.
Te Karere reporter Irena Smith catches up with the 'Shark' and finds out how he is coming to terms with the Māori Party's departure from parliament.
“We've got to spend time with our colleagues to see what we all think as an organisation. It's not a unilateral decision you make on your own.” - Winston Peters, New Zealand First
"An end of a era." Outgoing Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell sheds some tears with Executive Producer Arana Taumata over last night's results in the Waiariki Electorate, which was ultimately won by Labour's Tamati Coffey.
The reporters talk about who the likely winners and losers will be of the election as we say end off our Pōti17 special bulletin. #nzpol #Pōti17
Hania Douglas - Te Karere explains what's happening down on the ground in Te Tai Tonga and whether or not Metiria Turei MP and Mei Reedy-Taare for Te Tai Tonga have a chance against incumbent Rino Tirikatene in winning the electorate. #Pōti17 #nzpol
Who will win Hauraki-Waikato? Te Karere reporter Irena Smith gives her final analysis on the mood in the electorate. #nzpol #Pōti17