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Scoop Video Documentary: Mood Of The Nation


Scoop Doco: Mood Of The Nation

Click here for a list of people presenting a viewpoint and/or interviewed for this Scoop doco.

Scoop Video- With Waitangi Day having just passed, and Australia's new prime minister, Kevin Rudd, having delivered an apology to Aboriginal people for passed wrongs, here in New Zealand many are considering what the mood of our own nation, Aotearoa New Zealand is. Here in this documentary Scoop examines this issue and interviews significant people drawing from them their perspective and vision.

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People presenting a viewpoint and/or interviewed for this documentary include: The Governor General Anand Satyanand; Ngati Whatua Kaumatua the Rev. Dr. Takutai Wikiriwhi JP, QSO; former press secretary to the Prime Minister Helen Clark, Mark Watts; foundation member of the Auckland Ethnic Council Fialauia Toailoa-Amituanai; former Cabinet Minister and current barrister/solicitor Matt Robson; spokesperson for Global Peace and Justice Auckland John Minto.

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