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  • Tens of thousands of students defied school rules today by skipping classes to attend protest rallies. Primary, Intermediate and Secondary students up and down the country attended organised protests to voice their concerns over climate change. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere reports.

      

  • Ngāti Raukawa Hip Hop artist Callum Rei Music McDougall has just completed a writing retreat with composers who’ve worked with the likes of RnB star John Legend. 

Today he’s releasing the video to his latest single ‘Younger’ and this follows the success of his ‘Good Mood’ tune that's has garnered over 1.5mil streams on Spotify. 

Whakarongo mai e te iwi.

      

  • Oranga Tamariki has released their latest statistics on the abuse of children in state care. It paints a grim picture for Māori. But as Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports, some Māori who are working in the sector are not surprised at the findings and are calling for a dramatic change in how services are delivered.

      

  • They say it takes a village to raise a child, and NRL star Corey Harawira-Naera is living proof of that philosophy, raised in the small town of Waimamaku, Hokianga. The player will wear the Bulldogs colours for the first time tomorrow against the Warriors and is excited to be playing in front of family. Te Rina Kowhai with more.

      

  • Ngāi Takoto are sponsoring the Snapper Bonanza Surf Casting Competition and their CEO says that sponsorship is an investment back into the community. Whatitiri Te Wake with this report.

      

  • It's said to be the world's largest Polynesian dance festival and Te Okiwa McLean was there on-site for day one. Here's his report.

      

  • It opened with much promise and anticipation. But the largest musical in NZ history, City of 100 Lovers with a reported budget of $12m closed suddenly due to poor ticket sales. And as Krystal-lee Brown reports, the collapse has left cast, crew and contractors seriously out of pocket.

      

  • Whakatāne is a town with lots of potential, but future planning is predicated by the principle of all ages and all ethnicities reaping the rewards. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this report into what locals think about future-proofing local infrastructure.

      

  • Green Party co-leader James Shaw is in hospital after an unprovoked attack

      

  • Check out Māori fashion designer Tessa Bailey-Lont show casing her latest threads at Paris' Oxford Fashion Show. Our stylish fashionista Te Rina Kowhai has more.

      

  • There are more calls for school children to be vaccinated as the measles outbreak worsens. Our intrepid political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere with this report.

      

  • A classical Māori children's book has gone from its printed form to the stage. 'The Kuia and the Spider' written by the iconic writer Patricia Grace is now playing at Te Papa in te reo. Krystal-lee Brown reports.

      

Tens of thousands of students defied school rules today by skipping classes to attend protest rallies. Primary, Intermediate and Secondary students up and down the country attended organised protests to voice their concerns over climate change. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere reports.

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