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Rāhina 29 Mahuru 2014

Published: 8:20PM Monday September 29, 2014

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    Hikoi against Statoil - Source: Te Karere

Protestors on hīkoi demand Statoil ‘go home’

A hīkoi to protest against Norwegian oil giant Stat Oil has arrived in Auckland today. New Zealanders from across Aotearoa have taken part of the march that started in Te Reinga.

Introducing new National MP Dr Shane Reti

Today new MPs were officially welcomed into Parliament, each with their own ambitions and purpose. Newly elected Whangarei MP Dr Shane Reti says Northland iwi should focus on settling their treaty claims for the benefit of the community.

More Māori MPs in Parliament

The total of Māori MPs in Parliament has increased. Some say it’s an indication for NZ to look at getting rid of the Māori electorates, but others beg to differ.

Labour will look into election results, says Henare

MP-elect for Tāmaki Makaurau Peeni Henare join us live to talk about settling into Parliament and where to now for Labour.

Dramatic drop in Māori home ownership

Māori entry into the property ladder has dramatically fallen. The last 50 years have seen a drop in home ownership by over half with just over a quarter of Māori living in their own home.

Kura reo for Māori media gains support from language experts

Te Reo Māori experts are discussing ways to improve the quality of Māori language used in the media. Criticism over the quality and usage of Māori language on TV and radio is constant and on-going. Our reporter Oriini Tipene-Leach is at this year's final kura reo in Rotorua to find answers.

Issac Luke’s grand final fate to be decided

Taranaki descendant Issac Luke faces a nervous 24 hours. Luke's Rabbitohs team easily beat last year's premiers the Roosters to earn a spot in the NRL grand final, but he’s been put on report over a tipping tackle against Sonny Bill Williams that may get the hooker excluded from the big game.

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