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    Whatarangi Winiata honoured with Te Whare Pūkenga Award

    Emeritus Professor Whatarangi Winiata, a leading thinker of te ao Māori, has been honoured by the 86 members of the National Iwi Chairs Forum.

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    Electoral roll law change a strengthening of democracy- professor

    Māori will be able to change between the Māori and general electoral rolls as often as they like, under a new bipartisan agreement between Labour and National on changes to the Māori electoral option.

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    Lobbying: the hidden ecosystem beneath the Beehive 

    Last week, it was revealed that newly departed Labour cabinet minister Kris Faafoi had launched a new lobbying firm, just three months after leaving Parliament. 

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    New blood for Manurewa Local Board

    With local council elections to open for voting in just a few days, the race is on to see who will become the next generation of local body politicians.

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    Be careful about new police powers against gang assets, pundit says

    Police Minister Chris Hipkins and Justice Minister Kiri Allan yesterday dramatically announced "Time is up" for gang members and others hiding assets for criminals, with new law changes aimed at co

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    Protestors may waste vote on Tamaki's new party- pundit

    Political analyst Dr Lara Greaves (Ngāpuhi) says the people at the anti-government mock trial yesterday will probably buy into Tamaki’s new political party, Freedoms New Zealand.

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    Seymour not losing focus on New Zealand issues as Act rises in polls

    The political polls are revving up, and so too the drama of politics.

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    Te Pāti Māori getting cut through across the spectrum- Shane Te Pou

    Māori political commentator Shane Te Pou says Te Pāti Māori's impressive poll result this week show it is gaining traction with non-Māori voters.

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    Wānanga rangatahi at Parliament to 'pass on the baton of succession'

    The official Youth Parliament kicks off this week guaranteeing one youth member for every MP but, to give more rangatahi Māori an experience of Parliament, another wānanga was held, giving 40 more

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    FIJI: Ardern commits climate money for Pacific but quiet on banning deep-sea mining

    The Pacific Island Forum got underway today with many of the heads of states as delegates arriving in Suva today. The major talking point was climate change.

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