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The Abuse in Care Royal Commission’s Pacific investigation public hearing, Tulou - Our Pacific Voices: Tatala e Pulonga, starts today in Auckland.
Changes to the Royal Commission’s Terms of Reference confirm the Inquiry can make recommendations to help avoid future abuse based on lessons of the past.
Survivors of abuse from the Pacific community will give evidence before the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry at an upcoming public hearing.
Helen Potiki has been appointed as Acting Executive Director of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry.
Judge Coral Shaw, Chair of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry, today congratulated and farewelled outgoing Executive Director Mervin Singham.
Today is the final day of the Lake Alice Child and Adolescent Unit public hearing in Auckland.
The Lake Alice Child and Adolescent Unit public hearing continues today in Auckland.