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The closure of Hato Petera could open doors for Māori wanting to go to schools in some of Auckland’s most lavish communities. Former Hato Petera student, Dr Lance O'Sullivan is proposing to house Māori high school students at the Whakaruruhau Hato Petera building for next year's school intake.
It could soon be illegal to smoke in a vehicle if there are people under 18 present. Children's Commissioner Andrew Beacroft has thrown his weight behind the initiative as have the Kōhanga Reo National Trust.
The Auckland Tuatara will be hoping to get their first win in front of their home fans and are confident that they are ready to hit the ball out of the park.
Wellington City councillor Nicola Young has sparked debate over rebranding homeless in cars as ‘freedom campers’.
Only two players from each club can be selected for one of New Zealand's youngest basketball representative sides. It so happens to be, that a set of Māori twins are set to make their international debut together. Krystal-lee Brown with this report.
Jaye Pukepuke - destined for league stardom, but prison shattered those dreams. Now his focus is about helping youth not to make the same mistakes through his programme Bros For Change. Krystal-lee Brown with this report.
The site of recently closed Hato Petera is proposed to be a hostel for Māori students to attend some of Auckland's best schools. Te Rina Kowhai reports.
The BBC 100 Women 2018 list is a list compiled by world leading broadcaster the BBC. The list identifies 100 women from all over the world who are seen as symbols of inspiration and influence and the women on the list come from more than 60 countries. This year the list includes our own Minister of Māori Development, Nanaia Mahuta!
If approved, the legislation will be discussed in-house in the new year
The initiative is being led by Doctor Lance O’Sullivan
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