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He Tānga Manawa | In 2002, the remains of Bishop Jean Baptiste Pompallier, the first Catholic bishop of New Zealand, were welcomed back to Hokianga by Māori and non-Māori Catholics alike. His remains were returned from Paris, France, where they were exhumed 130 years after his passing.
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It's day one of the national waka ama long distance championships - record numbers are competing at the event in Auckland. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this report.
Basketball continues to grow in popularity and keen ballers are hitting the court at this year's Super City Easter Slam. Te Okiwa McLean with this report.
Ngāpuhi's powerhouse Kanah Andrews-Nahu is one to look out for at this year's junior world championships. Harata Brown with this report.
It's Easter Friday and hundreds turned out downtown Auckland to reflect on the day Christians believe Jesus was crucified. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere with this report.
Hania Douglas - Te Karere provides an overview of the current traffic situation around the country and advises that roads are currently full to the brim with traffic.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, accompanied by Māori ministers and MPs met with Ngāti Kahungunu leaders at Waipatu Marae today. Housing, mātauranga Māori and global iwi trade were among the issues canvassed. Here's Te Rina Kowhai.
The Easter road toll's officially begun pleas for motorists to drive safely after a recent spate of horrific crashes. Te Okiwa McLean with this report.
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