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Kelvin Davis is dismissing the Māori Party’s comments that his party is in disarray over charter schools.
#Watch #Share Missy Harris is a Kaikohe mum hanging on the balance of lives every day struggles. Unemployment and poverty is wreaking havoc in her town. Missy shares her message for Te Tai Tokerau electorates and candidates hoping to make change in the area. Nathaniel Howe has this Marae report.
Pōuri, he akoranga hoki, he akoranga me aha mātou ki te hopu i te nanakia.”- Donette Kupenga
Motorists are being urged to drive with care as large pot holes have emerged.
Police have reopened an investigation into claims he recorded his staff's conversations without their permission.
Extra: Students from Te Kura a Rito o Newton were on hand to support a TPK-hosted Matariki feast for those in need in Auckland. Their heartwarming performance brought smiles to many faces and their help in the kitchen was greatly appreciated. Tamati Rimene-Sproat's filed this report.
"Te nuinga o aku kaiako, e iwa aku kaiako i taku tīma, kei te noho whānui ratou ki tētahi kāinga kotahi nō reira e toru, e whā pea ngā mema o te whānau kei te utu i ngā utu noho kāinga i Tāmaki Makarau nei". – Aroha Ngaropo, Finlayson Park School
It's not easy running a business in a small remote community but that's the reality for a number in Ruatoria - they're trying their best to provide a service and make a living. Now a spate of burglaries in the area is placing these businesses at risk and the community is fed up. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this kaupapa today on Te Karere at 3.55pm, TVNZ 1.
Dr Lance O'Sullivan and Ngāti Ruanui have set up a virtual medical clinic for Patea after the town was left without a GP.
Celebrating resilience is the theme for the WIPCE conference 2017 in Toronto, Canada. Today was the opening ceremony and our reporter Te Okiwa McLean managed to capture some moments. Tune into Te Karere all week for his updates and reports. Head over and like his page for extra pictures and clips.