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After a month without progress on debating bills Parliament returned to the debating chamber this week for some full throttle law-making, making up for lost time. Audio
This week Parliament held a special debate to give MPs a chance to talk about the official apology for the Dawn Raids of the 1970s. The House has some moments from that debate. Audio
Peace activists picketing outside Rocket Lab's Auckland headquarters are demanding it stop launching surveillance and military satellites from New Zealand. They say it's contributing to the… Audio
New Zealand's pacific community is getting an apology for the Dawn Raids.
Jacinda Ardern yesterday acknowledged the racist policies of National and Labour governments which targeted overstayers by… Audio
The brutal killing of a human rights advocate in Tonga has sent shockwaves through the wider community. Audio
Controversy is brewing over Rocket Lab's work at the Māhia peninsula.
Locals are angry at the use of military payloads, and accuse the company at breaking its promise.
But the local mayor is all for… Audio
As we've been doing pretty much every week this year, this morning we're catching up with one of the new MPs in Parliament. The fact we're nearly the end of April goes to show just how many new… Audio
As the call for a government apology for New Zealand's Dawn Raids of the 1970's gathers momentum, the desire for meaningful reparations does too. Audio
There are 42 new MPs in Parliament. They each give an introductory speech. We’re collecting them for you. Here are the new Green Party MPs. - UPDATED - Video
New MPs are declaring what they'll focus on during their time at Parliament including housing, living wages, firearms law, and poverty. Audio
For the first time ever, an ava or blessing ceremony has been held to welcome new Pasifika MPs to New Zealand's parliament. Audio
A week from now, the country's MPs will be sworn into Parliament, but some are less than thrilled about pledging allegiance to the Queen.
They want the oath to acknowledge te Tiriti o Waitangi, but… Audio
New Zealand's Green Party has named their first Pasifika MP into their caucus, Cook Island Maori activist Teanau Tuiono. Audio
Respiratory diseases like asthma, bronchiectasis and childhood pneumonia are New Zealand's third most common cause of death after cancer and heart disease. But Pacific people are the hardest hit, with… Audio
The 45th anniversary of the Polynesian Panthers Party has seen the birth of a new generation of Pasifika activists in New Zealand. Audio