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Trying to secure a rental property in a competitive market can be stressful, but it seems if you have a Māori name that can also adversely affect your chances of securing a roof over your head. As Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports, a Māori woman who was trying to secure a tenancy claims she's fallen victim to racial profiling.
For the first time in over a year, Ngāti Porou descendant Dane Coles will take the field with the Hurricanes. The Hurricanes captain has been plagued by injuries but is now clear to play the Waratahs this weekend. Te Rina Kowhai has more.
A mixed martial arts gym in West Auckland is helping to keep kids safe from bullying and abuse. New Lynn's Olivers Gym say there have been too many incidents of school children being chased and bullied. And as Irena Smith - Te Karere reports the gym is encouraging the community to use its facilities as a safe environment.
Bay of Plenty journalist Rapaera Tawhai Reports provides this personal insight into his journey to the national kapa haka stage with past champions Te Whānau a Apanui.
The Prime Minister soaked in the Matatini vibes today and witnessed a waiata composed for her baby, Neve Te Aroha. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere with the details.
Reporter Hania Douglas - Te Karere was up at the crack of dawn today and went out to met Te Reanga Mōrehu o Rātana while they prepared to break the Matatini ice. Here's her report.
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