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Rāmere 13 Pipiri 2014

Published: 9:11PM Friday June 13, 2014

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    Selina Eruera grieves for her son who was killed in a forestry accident. - Source: Te Karere

Grieving mum wants answers over son’s death in forest accident

A mother is calling for answers after reading a report by the coroner into her son’s death. Selina Eruera lost her son in a forestry accident in January 2013. She claims that what she was told about her son’s death is not what was in the coroner’s report, so she’s seeking answers.

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Māori teen is one of 20 selected worldwide for Julliard

Actors Val Kilmer, Christopher Reeves, and Robin Williams are just a few graduates from the prestigious Juilliard School of Performing Arts and Dance in New York. This morning a young Māori flew to New York to join those famous artists as one of the first ever Māori to be accepted into this elite school.

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