A High Court hearing was halted when the defendant leaped out of the dock at the start of the proceedings, stunning the court before he was subdued and taken away by security officers.
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More Māori in jail than Pākehā but overall number falling
Māori are overrepresented in prisons now more than ever even though the Hōkai Rangi strategy was started three years ago, to address the disproportionate number of Māori in the justice system.
Kuia celebrates Mother's Day two days before 100th birthday
Pākehā stalwart for Māori, May Mackey, is a mother of five and a great-grandmother of more than 50 children. “Mum is a mother of all, she's mā, she’s mum, she's a godsend,” daughter Tina Mackey (Tainui) says.