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Te Ururoa and Shark Week on Maori TV

From the Sparrowhawk/Karearea Blog Right. Disclosures. First up, I voted Maori Party in the last election and have personal relationships with one or more people connected to...

Confessions of a moderate Maori voter…(If that’s OK with you, that...

On my Facebook feed this morning I read the following status update written by a friend. It made me wonder. This was a cry...

A New Year and a New Kingmaker? | Te Prophet

He mihi mo te tau hou. Very briefly its election year and what promises will be made to entice our vote? I'm interested in...

The ETS, the Maori Party and “a win for all NZers”

A deal between National and the Maori Party to push emissions trading scheme legislation through Parliament under urgency this week will see 8000 extra...

Race Relations Commissioner says Harawira broke no laws

The Race Relations Commissioner says Hone Harawira may not have broken the Human Rights Act by making racist comments. He went on to say...

Maori Party considers disciplinary action against MP

The Maori Party has expressed its concern that MP Hone Harawira's behaviour in Europe, and a subsequent email that he sent, are serious breaches...

Govt says NO to Māori Seats

The Dominion Post just reported the following: Māori Party plans to introduce amendments to create dedicated Māori seats for the new Auckland super city, after...

Hide threatens to resign if Māori gain representation in Auckland

Tariana Turia has expressed disappointment at Rodney Hide (leader of the Act Party) threat to resign as local government minister if the government includes Māori seats in the Auckland super-city council.

Te Ra o Matariki Bill – Matariki Day Bill loses on...

We are disheartened to see that Parliament failed to recognise Matariki as a national holiday. This speech by MP Rahui Katene is a powerful step in this journey and we hold out hope that one day soon it will be recognised as a national holiday affirming its place as one of celebration, remembrance and renewal.
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