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Ko Dale Husband te kaipāpāho o tēnei hōtaka.

Associate Health Minister Peeni Henare will updating whānau with regular Covid updates over the next few weeks.

Dr Rāwiri Jansen gives the scoop on the new COVID-19 lockdown rules.

Co-leader of the Māori Party John Tamihere talks about his decision to drop his party list ranking from 1st to number 7.

Khylee Quince talks about the wahine Māori imprisoned for 14 days for escaping managed isolation. Is there a double standard for Māori?

Waiata: Patupaiarehe.

Nanaia Mahuta Minister for Māori Development has officially opened a cluster of temporary whare, to house kaimahi who are advancing kaupapa out on the coast. Nanaia speaks to Dale about launching modular housing projects at Raukōkore.

Former Labour Party President Mike Williams talks illiteracy behind bars and the amazing results he's been seeing from inmates. Today marks the anniversary of the death of former PM Norman Kirk - Mike touches on the different governing styles of Prime Ministers past and present.

Mārama Davidson Greens Co-leader talks to Dale about the backing of a private school in Taranaki. They are trying to work out a solution. James is working really hard to try and rectify the situation.

Tony Kemp is furious at the lack of Māori and Pasifika Rugby League executives. He says if they're going to use them on the field, they should have a seat at the decision making table.

Ani Pahuru-Huriwai talks to Dale about the passing of Keri Kaa, acclaimed writer and Māori Language advocate, and the influence her mahi has had on the nation.

Adam Gifford talking politics

Ken Laban talks sports.

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Year 2020

Reference number A309470

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection


Series Paakiwaha

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