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Rāpare 11 Mahuru 2014

Published: 8:20PM Thursday September 11, 2014

  • Hone Harawira. (Source: ONE News)
    Hone Harawira. - Source: ONE News

Mana launches its war against alcohol, gambling and loan sharks

Alcohol, pokies and loan sharks are the focus of the Mana Party’s poverty policy launched today in South Auckland. Hone Harawira says low income families are being targeted by these predators and the Mana Party wants to stop them in their tracks.

Tāmaki Makaurau voting people not party

It might be small in size, but the Tāmaki Makaurau electorate represents the largest population of all the Māori electorates with the highest ration of the voting age. With 60% over 18, our reporter Peata Melbourne has found out that many are choosing to vote people, not parties.

Australian-born Māori in search of his roots

A man who was born in Australia is in Aotearoa in search of his Māori roots. JP Dinsdale has been on a 15 year journey in search of his identity, and it’s led him to Rotorua. He shares his story with Kereama Wright.

Māori hockey players represent in top level competition

Hockey is a sport that doesn't seem to attract many Māori, but a group of young Māori men aim to reverse that trend. And as Manawa Wright reports, they're blazing a trail by representing their province.

Te Mahepohepotanga unite kura Māori in competition

An annual sporting event for kura Māori in Auckland, Te Mahepohepotanga is a league and netball tournament where teams battle it out on the sporting fields and courts instead of kapa haka stages.

ITM Cup: Taniwha trio do the damage in Dunedin

It was rest and relaxation today after Northland took yet another stride last night to rid themselves of the 'easy-beat' tag that has haunted them in the past. In an extraordinary ITM Cup first, all three Taniwha front-rowers crossed the line in the 40-23 stomping of Otago last night in Dunedin. Our reporter Raniera Harrison caught up with the titanic trio after their big win.

Toi Māori preview ahead of market

The Toi Māori Art Market is coming back this year for the Wellington region, and the event is set to launch on November, but a few pieces that will go on show were brought out last night.

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