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Niki Rauti has been fighting to stay in her former state home, now owned by social housing group Tāmaki Regeneration Company with the High Court last month ruling in favour of Rauti deciding the owners had broken the law in processing the eviction order.
"We shouldn't overlook the hard work that already happened and of the decisions that you're looking for, Winston at the duly appointed time will be making an announcement," Shane Jones, New Zealand First List MP.
There's an end in sight - āpōpō puta ai te whakatau a Aotearoa Tuatahi.
Have you or your whānau been impacted by a shortage of mental health workers?
Public beaches and outside dining areas are among locations soon to be designated smokefree in Auckland. Should other councils follow suit to ban smoking in more public outdoor areas and events?
Winston Peters spoke to both leaders of the National and Labour parties last night following his party's caucus and board meeting.
Missed out on last Sunday's full episode of Waka Huia? Check it out now. “E! Kei te rūkahu koe!” Koirā te whakautu ki a Tā Edmund Hillary i tana waeatanga ki te whakamārama kua tae rawa ia ki te tihi o maunga Everest. He kaituitui waea a Mokikiwa Hutchen (Te Whānau-a-Apanui), nāna ngā whānau i tūhonohono mō te 40 tau.
#WATCH #SHARE "I'm not very proud of coming from a place that everyone thinks is this pure green country, whereas in reality all our lakes and waterways are poison." Marae reporter Hikurangi Jackson was invited to Taika Waititi home in Los Angeles where he gave a very honest and revealing interview about the release of his upcoming movie Thor, politics and how directing films was never on his career radar.
#WATCH Irena Smith speaks with teachers involved with a programme teaching Mandarin to Māori speaking students. Teachers say the children are picking the language up fast along with the Chinese culture.