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Aotearoa’s first Pasifika deputy prime minister, Carmel Sepuloni, w/ Jemaima Tiatia and Sir Collin Tukuitonga: 25 January, 2023

Aotearoa’s first Pasifika deputy prime minister, Carmel Sepuloni, w/ Jemaima Tiatia and Sir Collin Tukuitonga: 25 January, 2023

Aotearoa’s first Pasifika deputy prime minister, Carmel Sepuloni, w/ Jemaima Tiatia and Sir Collin Tukuitonga: 25 January, 2023 Aotearoa’s first Pasifika deputy prime minister, Carmel Sepuloni, w/ Jemaima Tiatia and Sir Collin Tukuitonga: 25 January, 2023, 10.68 MB
Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Carmel Sepuloni has just become Aotearoa’s first ever Pasifika deputy prime minister. 

News and Editorial Director Jessica Hopkins spoke to Associate Professor of Māori and Pacific Studies, Jemaima Tiatia about what this historic appointment means for our Pacific communities in Aotearoa and our country?

Then, she spoke to the Associate Dean Pacific of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Auckland, Sir Collin Tukuitonga about why this appointment is a positive sign for Pacific health.