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The proposal to ‘rationalise’ Māori media into a single news service is regressive

and will further marginalise the Māori voice, writes journalist Mihingarangi Forbes.Those of us who live and work in te ao Māori have clocked up more than a few hours on wooden bench seats on windswept marae, pulling our coats close and hanging on every word, every thrust ...
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