"I think we need to think about our high-risk countries, whether we should be doing rapid antigen testing," said Shane Reti.
"If I'm going to be quiet and embarrassed, then how am I going to help the younger generation in my whānau?"
Watch Monday's episode of The Hui.
But Rawiri Waititi and Debbie Ngarewa-Packer have done nothing wrong, says Tau Henare.
"None of that makes sense to me and I don't think it makes sense to anyone."
Each episode is previewed and producers amend and edit the programme to fit with any concerns from police.
Monday's episode of The Hui will begin at 8:30pm.
"We've got to house people in immediate need."
"I really can't see how coming home and having to put up a tent is OK anymore."
A column by Coster has been panned for deflecting criticism of police and their information collection methods.
The local emergency housing provider has over 40 families on its waiting list - but there are only two transitional houses in the district.
"I think that what we really need to be looking at how we understand all of the mistrust that sits within our whānau."
Some of the family members identified symptoms but didn't get tested until later.
They know they're in for another big season.
Claire Wihongi-Matene says she made dental care affordable. Authorities say she put people at risk.
While most were able to walk away from the road smash near Lake Rotomā last year, Kaye Tai was told she would never walk again
International Taekwondo New Zealand has suspended senior master Andrew Salter.
The party has made a remarkable comeback.
Only 53 percent of New Zealanders voted against legalising recreational cannabis.
It follows New Zealanders voting overwhelmingly in favour of the End of Life Choice Bill.
People are pulling their own teeth out with pliers and screwdrivers.
Despite the financial and emotional stress, founder Summer Johnson knows she's making a difference.
Oral health in Northland is so poor lives are being put at risk, with one person admitted to intensive care each fortnight.
The final two Māori electorate debates were held this week.
"I think it's really important that we have as many of these kinds of events as possible."
Peters appeared vexed at being questioned about his stance on the long running Ihumātao dispute.
Watch the debate.
Te Tai Hauāuru covers the west of Te Ika a Māui.
Four candidates from the Te Tai Tonga electorate are going head-to-head.
It's giving unwanted kaimoana to those struggling to put food on the table.
She's showing kaumātua there's more to life than sitting on the paepae.
Kelvin Davis, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi and Billy Te Kahika Jr are part of the line up vying for the electorate seat.
It's an electorate that sees a stark contrast between wealth and poverty.
Leighton Waite was just 21-years-old when he took his own life.
Meka Whaitiri took part in a political debate on The Hui on Wednesday.
The debate will begin at 8pm.
Meka Whaitiri will be challenged by Elizabeth Kerekere and Heather Te Au-Skipworth.
Waiariki electorate contenders appeared on The Hui debate on Tuesday.
Tamati Coffey, Hannah Tamaki, and Rawiri Waititi will face off in a live debate on The Hui.
"I regard them as taonga, even when I'm selling things."
It's re-claiming its identity and reo in Ōtautahi after the Canterbury earthquakes.
One candidate wouldn't commit, another was unequivocal.
Nanaia Mahuta and Donna Pokere-Phillips are vying for the electorate seat.
The pair will face off in a live debate on The Hui, streaming on Newshub.co.nz, on Wednesday.
Three prominent Māori MPs and candidates have come out in favour of voting 'yes'.
Māori Party co-leader John Tamihere won't be voting 'yes' in the euthanasia referendum.
"This whole country is driven off the theft of Māori assets."
Watch The Hui live debate on Tuesday 15 September on Newshub.co.nz
Te Arawa Lake Trusts has removed 150,000 of the slimy pests from Rotorua lakes since 2016.
The Ministry has been in the spotlight since its inception.
The idea is to speak more Māori language everyday during September.
The programme helps troubled youth become responsible young men.
Dr Shane Reti talks to The Hui about the COVID-19 strategy, iwi checkpoints settling with Ngāpuhi.
Davis said while he agrees it's best if youth remained in school, it's important to understand why they choose to leave.
For rangatahi Māori, the path from education to employment can be a slippery slope to navigate.
Associate Health Minister Peeni Henare is calling on whānau to ignore conspiracy theories around COVID-19.