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    Waikato Tainui working with police for the betterment of Māori communities

    Twenty-senior Waikato police officers attended a wānanga at the Rangiriri battle site earlier this week.

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    Half-built Te Arawa papakāinga ram raided

    DISAPPOINTED AND ANGRY: From left Ngāti Uenukukōpako uri and People into Housing advocate Renee Kiriona, papakāinga builder and manager Jacob Nepia, housing/papakāinga manager Donna Nepia, Ngāti U

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    Puhikura, Ario

    Five wāhine reflect on what calls them forward and holds them back as they consider a career with the NZ Police.

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    Puhikura, Iritana

    Five wāhine reflect on what calls them forward and holds them back as they consider a career with the NZ Police.

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    Puhikura, Shaquana

    Five wāhine reflect on what calls them forward and holds them back as they consider a career with the NZ Police.

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    Puhikura, Samantha

    Five wāhine reflect on what calls them forward and holds them back as they consider a career with the NZ Police.

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    Puhikura, Desiree

    Five wāhine reflect on what calls them forward and holds them back as they consider a career with the NZ Police.

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    Puhikura

    Five wāhine reflect on what calls them forward and holds them back as they consider a career with the NZ Police.

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    Woman arrested; charged with murder of two children found in suitcases

    Police investigating the murder of two young children whose remains were discovered on August 11 at a Manurewa home say an arrest has been made in South Korea.

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    Police told to overhaul how they photograph public

    The Independent Police Conduct Authority and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner have recommended police change their approach to photographing the public after Wairarapa whānau complained about

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