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Despite being eliminated from Project Runway NZ Misty Ratima says the experience has only strengthened her passion for fashion. Te Rina Kowhai reports.
Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has been named in Britain's television network, the BBC's 100 women of inspiration and influence. Te Okiwa McLean reports.
Tauranga City Council has issued a decree over begging and rough sleeping. Tommy Wilson of the support service Te Tuinga Whānau supports the council’s decree. Find out why. Rapaera Tawhai Reports.
$13 million has been dedicated to save the beloved native kauri tree. But could it be too little, too late? He aha ō whakaaro? Thoughts? Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere with this report.
Contestant Kerry Ranginui is now the only remaining Māori contestant
The once popular Auckland Pride Parade is losing support from many quarters. The New Zealand Defence Force and the Rainbow New Zealand Charitable Trust are the latest to cancel their involvement with the festival that celebrates rainbow culture. Krystal-lee Brown reports.
Young Māori footballers are preparing for an indigenous tournament across the ditch. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere went to check out their ball handling skills.
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Classifying synthetics as a Class A drug isn't the silver bullet to solving a society in crisis. That's the message from the NZ Drug Foundation who say the government's not doing enough to address the issue
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