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Maori roadblocks

Covid-19 unmasks the true separatist agenda

9 May 2020

9:00 AM

9 May 2020

9:00 AM

Expatriate New Zealanders returning home after a long absence are often taken aback by the extent to which the country they once knew has been transformed by what is politely termed biculturalism.

Maori words they might not recognise, such as whanau for family and morena for good morning, are now commonly used by culturally-sensitive New Zealanders with no Maori blood.

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