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NRL: Warriors favourites to land Manly Sea Eagles’ Addin Fonua-Blake from 2021 – report – New Zealand Herald

The Warriors are favoured to land a star forward who’s set to be off contract after 2020.

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ANZ Premiership: Silver Fern Maia Wilson calls for whakapapa netball round – Stuff.co.nz

Even as Australian netball’s indigenous round comes under fire, Maia Wilson believes a celebration of our diverse netball culture would be a good thing. And she’s not alone.

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Even as Australian netball’s indigenous round comes under fire, Silver Fern Maia Wilson believes a celebration of our diverse netball culture would be a good thing. And she’s not alone.
Maia Wilson wants to see an indigenous round in New Zealands netball showcase. And it turns out the Silver Fern shooters wish may not be far off becoming a reality.
The 22-year-old, of Te Rarawa and Te Waiohua descent, embraces her Mori heritage. She turns up to a Silver Ferns promo shoot with her poi, and a…

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iHeartRadio Now Available on Apple Watch – PCMag

You can access music, podcasts, and radio stations through the app—with or without your phone.

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Music-streaming service iHeartRadio just launched on Apple Watch, bringing your music, podcasts, and radio stations to a smaller screen.
The Watch app allows you to bring your favorite content with you on your workouts and commutes. You can access search, recently played, and your library, including your stations, podcasts, and playlists. You can also give a thumbs up to your favorite songs.
PCMag’s Jeffrey L.Wilson reviewed the iHeartRadio app in March, and concluded tha…

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Election 2020: Māori Party announces Treaty settlement programme including new parliament – Stuff.co.nz

Māori Party co-leader John Tamihere says $20b should be handed over for Māori ‘self-management’, while full and final treaty settlements should go.

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The Mori Party has announced its Treaty plans including a demand for a separate Mori Parliament controlling $20 billion annual self-managed spending.
The 25-year policy plan would send a shiver down the spine of Mori and Pkeh for different reasons wringing power and money out of the hands of what co-leader John Tamihere called failed mainstream leadership.
Other plans include an overhaul of the Treaty settlement programme, such ending the cap on settlements, abolishing full-and-final settlem…

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