60-year-old closed adoptee Jenny Small is looking for her whakapapa. But the search to find her whānau is complex. It involves one of New Zealand’s most notorious psychiatric institutions and a 68-year-old law that cut thousands of Māori off from their identity.
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Episode 19: An interview with Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson - Mata
28:04Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson talks to Mihingarangi about her role as Minister for the Prevention of Family and Sexual Violence. In an extended interview, she discusses the Green's relationship with Labour, tax, Hoki Whenua Mai, climate change, and the Kermadecs.
Episode 16: Shane Jones on the Treaty, Toilets and Teeth - August 22nd - Mata
27:49Shane Jones outlines NZ First’s campaign to re enter parliament - their policies and priorities, including their controversial transgender toilet policy. Then we hear from commentators Tau Henare and Bernie O’Donnell
Episode 14: July 25th - Mata
27:34Green Party MP Teanau Tuiono explains his party's new policy to return land wrongly taken from Maori. Then Mihingarangi Forbes talks to Professor Ella Henry and Shane Te Pou about Kiri Allan's resignation from cabinet and her decision not to stand for re-election.
Episode 13: July 9th 2023 Mata Reports 2: Marokopa - Missing Children
27:00In December 2021, three siblings vanished with their father from the isolated Waikato town of Marokopa, and it’s now a year and a half since the tamariki were last seen. Go to 1news.co.nz or TVNZ+ to find the full video version.