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Following the attempted uplift of a new born baby from its mother at Hawke's Bay Hospital last month, Minister for Children Tracey Martin announced that local iwi Ngāti Kahungunu will not only work with Oranga Tamariki, but will lead "the process to develop early intervention, intensive intervention services for...those that are in this rohe who need that support". Irena Smith - Te Karere with more on the show - tune in NOW on TVNZ 1.
"We've seen a real growth in recent years and part of it is the way the gangs market themselves. You'll see them on social media with all the bling, with fancy cars and amazing motorbikes. They're really trying to attract the youth into the gangs."
Steven Adams won't be donning the black jersey this year, but "his plan is to evaluate the opportunity to play in the 2020 Olympics following the upcoming NBA season."
The government has given teachers a new offer, in an attempt to put an end to a string of strikes that has seen tens of thousands of teachers walk off the job.
Following the strikes, the govt have presented a new cash offer in an attempt to put an end to the strikes.
He Tānga Manawa | Tapu Te Ranga Marae in Wellington was built in the 1970s by the unemployed, troubled youth, homeless and ex-convicts, and it became a hub, a home and a haven to many. In tribute, here’s a report from 1984 on a hui called by marae founder Bruce Stewart for government departments to provide support for streetkids.
The small town of Murupara is feeling the pressure of not having access to money after its only ATM machine was stolen.
Te Karere host Scotty Morrison and Tumamao Harawira talk about the composition of the Kiwi rugby league team that’s set to take on Mate Ma’a Tonga.
The man accused of carrying out the Christchurch terrorist attack entered pleas at court today.
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