Television current affairs programmes like Compass showed cities in a new light, introducing a social-documentary style that highlighted the diversity and complexity of city life. A 1967 programme on Māori urbanisation revealed some of the issues Māori faced moving from a rural to an urban society. In this clip a young Māori woman – known only as Ms Hepi – talks about her initial impressions of Auckland.
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