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  1. Video for Māori Party leaders walk out of the House after being denied right to speak
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    Māori Party leaders walk out of the House after being denied right to speak

    Co-leaders Debbie Ngarewa-Packer and Rawiri Waititi walked out of the House after being denied the right to speak as co-leaders in the address in reply debate.

  2. Video for Time for MPs' oath to sit the Treaty next to the Queen?
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    Time for MPs' oath to sit the Treaty next to the Queen?

    Co-leaders Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngawera-Parker say that the traditional oath doesn't recognise Māori and their place as the treaty partner. 

  3. Video for Rawiri Waititi refuses to swear to only Queen Elizabeth
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    Rawiri Waititi refuses to swear to only Queen Elizabeth

    Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi has hinted he will deliver a more "creative" oath when he is sworn into Parliament.  

  4. Video for First official engagement for new Defence Minister Peeni Henare
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    First official engagement for new Defence Minister Peeni Henare

    Peeni Henare recalls his great grandfather's part in World War I as he commemorates Armistice Day.

  5. Video for Deaf complain about lack of sign language in parliamentary webinars
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    Deaf complain about lack of sign language in parliamentary webinars

    Deaf Action and Tū Tangata Turi are lodging a formal complaint with the Ombudsman's Office about the lack of sign language interpreter access to livestreamed Parliament webinars, particularly during the pandemic.

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    Māori MPs getting ready for election

    Today is the last day Parliament sits before MPs head back to their regions to vie for their positions the September general election.

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    Bennett bows out of Parliament

    National MP Paula Bennett has given her valedictory speech in Parliament.   

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    Opinion: National blues – a recurring theme

    Who will be the biggest loser? The National spectacle is more dramatic than an episode of Shortland Street with more unexpected twists than Police Ten 7. The team of five million has certainly been entertained by the catastrophe of National’s election campaign blues. In the past month the party has been in hot water for leaking important information, experienced at least two unexpected resignations and played Where’s Wally with their Māori members.

  9. Video for COVID-19 Public Health Response Bill referred to Select Committee
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    COVID-19 Public Health Response Bill referred to Select Committee

    Two days after passing the COVID-19 Public Health Response Bill under urgency, Parliament voted to refer the Bill to Select Committee after Attorney-General David Parker moved a motion in the House today.

  10. Video for PM makes pay cuts for her team - 4:30PM Newsbreak
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    PM makes pay cuts for her team- 4:30PM Newsbreak

    There are six new confirmed and 14 probable cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of cases to 1,386. Thirteen people are in hospital, three are in ICU including two in a critical condition. n total 728 people have recovered from COVID-19. Of the total cases, 113 are Māori and 62 are Pacific Islanders. Yesterday 2,100 tests were undertaken.

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