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A senior lecturer in public health says institutional racism is rife in the New Zealand health sector. 139731...
A recent unconscious bias in education report claims some teachers have lower expectations of Māori students and this may influence their achievement. The report also suggests Māori students take on...
New Zealand Police accept they have an issue of unconscious bias against Māori but fail to reduce the number of Māori being arrested....
Labour’s new Waiariki MP Tamati Coffey is 'moving on' from the social media bullies who have called people who voted for him 'abusers' and 'oppressors'. 126228...

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Māori Television will again be giving viewers a chance to follow all the tournament highs and lows with the digital livestream coverage of the 2017 Schick Championships Secondary Schools Nationals, due to hit screens on the 2nd to the 7th of October. 
Māori Television has something for all levels of te reo Māori this Māori Language Week 2017 and is proud to launch proceedings with an exclusive live streamed concert from some of NZ’s most loved performers. Hosted by Matai Smith, the hour long celebration features the first live performance of Nau Mai Rā, Dave Dobbyn’s te reo retake of his unofficial NZ anthem ‘Welcome Home’ which released this morning. Maimoa Music, stars of Voices Of Our Future and co performers on this special single release also premiere their brand new track and perform their top 10 chart hits. The live stream...
Former league star, Howie Tamati, is defying Labour’s charge on Māori voters. Māori Television’s exclusive polling of the Māori seats reveals that Tamati has snatched the lead in his western electorate of Te Tai Hauāuru for the Māori Party.