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  1. Video for PM racking up air points on trade, security trips
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    PM racking up air points on trade, security trips

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has a jam-packed travel schedule this year, as part of the government's post-coronavirus reconnection strategy,

  2. Video for New Speaker of the House caught in electorate dilemma
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    New Speaker of the House caught in electorate dilemma

    Te Tai Hauāuru MP Adrian Rūrawhe is preparing to become the Speaker of the House in August when Trevor Mallard steps down.

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    'A real honour': Adrian Rurawhe on new role as Speaker

    Labour MP Adrian Rurawhe could become only the second Māori to take on the role of Speaker of the House.

  4. Video for Winston Peters defiant despite Parliament trespass
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    Winston Peters defiant despite Parliament trespass

    Former deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters is typically bullish in his reaction to being trespassed from parliament over the anti-mandate occupation on the grounds earlier this year.

  5. News

    What the cameras in the crowd saw

    News camera operators in the parliament press gallery have been at the receiving end of animosity, abuse, threats and violence during the protests at parliament. Māori Television's Rituraj Sapkota talked to videographers and photographers of various news organisations about their experiences of those three and half weeks. 

  6. Video for Teanau  Tuiono:  Pākehā protest organisers were hiding and pushing Māori to the front
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    Teanau Tuiono: Pākehā protest organisers were hiding and pushing Māori to the front

    Green Party MP Teanau Tuiono has been left saddened by the 23-day protest that occupied Parliament grounds until Wednesday when police forced protestors out.

  7. Video for Wellington's protests 'a sad day for Aotearoa'
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    Wellington's protests 'a sad day for Aotearoa'

    Noel Woods, a former Te Upoko o te Ika FM staffer, says when he saw from the Children’s Commissioner office the protestors being pushed off the front steps of Parliament by the police, it was “a sa

  8. Video for As Parliament is cleaned up, local iwi consider karakia whakawātea
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    As Parliament is cleaned up, local iwi consider karakia whakawātea

    Yesterday's events left piles of rubbish behind. Photo/Māori Television. Video/Te Ao Mārama.

  9. Video for Te Kahu o Te Raukura – a call of protection and peace for Wellington
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    Te Kahu o Te Raukura – a call of protection and peace for Wellington

    At a dawn ceremony on Monday morning, tohunga of Taranaki whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika, with support from Kiingitanga, recited karakia and waiata calling for peace and resolution of the protest at P

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    Force 'option' tabled to end Parliament Protests

    Police commissioner Andrew Coster is warning force could be ‘the only option’ to remove protesters outside Parliament.

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