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Why do Māori trust sleepy Labour?

OPINION: Enforced downtime in the Hokianga raises plenty of questions.

Duncan Garner Mon, 07 Feb 2022

I’m writing this column from a place called Opononi – yes, famous for the frolicking summer dolphin, Opo, more than 60 years ago.

It’s a cool little town on the edge of the Hokianga Harbour.

There’s a pub, a restaurant, a couple of grocery shops, a café, a visitor centre, and a new

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