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Saturday, 25 November 2017 11:08 am

IN DEPTH

Storytellers of the Pacific challenge old societal norms

KATENI SAU explores the challenges of being a Pacific journalist

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Bringing te reo back to life – three takes on te reo

HAYLEY GASTMEIER speaks to three Kiwis helping to revitalise te reo Māori after more than 150 years of decline.

‘Knee-jerk’ prisoner voting law damages society, say advocates

A High Court action has thrown the focus on the law which bans prisoners from voting. Campaigners say the law disconnects prisoners from society when they need to be re-connecting, and there will be consequences. TESS NICHOL reports.

‘Nurdle’ pollution hits beaches, wildlife

Clean up volunteers are finding small plastic balls washed up on Wellington beaches and experts say they are likely to be harming marine life. FINN RAINGER reports.

Students want co-ordinated response to sex assaults

Ongoing sex assaults prompt student call for safer pathways around Wellington city.

Maori fashion designers intent on inspiring those who will follow

From male models in underwear to leather and spikes. ABBY BROWN reports on the Miromoda Maori Fashion Design show.

An anxious time for providers as health reforms take shape

The Government is taking a new broom to health – and a multiplicity of small, local providers appears to conflict with its solutions. NewsWire explores smaller community services with an uncertain future.

National standards may hit ESOL students

Disadvantages predicted for English language learners.

Climate change – PM John Key forgets his Pacific responsibilities

When he initially turned down going to Copenhagen, John Key forgot NZ has senior responsibilities to Pacific neighbours. Our IN DEPTH team investigates.