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A Samoan policeman plays a key role in working with Polynesian street kids in Christchurch's inner city. Inspector Tyrone Laurenson who is normally based in South Auckland, travelled to Christchurch to help work with Polynesian youth on the streets. He says the situation there is similar to that of Auckland in the 1960s. He is interviewed about his work in Christchurch.

South Auckland may be the site for a major new market.

And the South Pacific Forum comes under the spotlight, with the Alliance saying maybe it's time the organisation was restructured.

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Year 1993

Reference number 42030

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Ethnic radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Folster, Fraser
Rata, Matiu, 1934-1997
Tabai, Ieremia
Thorby Albie
Laurenson, Inspector Tyrone

Date 10 Apr 1993

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