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Te Ururoa Flavell

Māori Party Co-leader
MP for Waiariki

Marama Fox

Māori Party Co-leader
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POROPOROAKI: Mita Mohi

E koro Mita Ka tangi te ngakau Aue te mamae, aue te wairua Kua moe te taiaha o Te Pekehaua  

POROPOROAKI: Te Napi Tutewehiwehi Waaka

POROPOROAKI Te Ururoa Flavell Māori Party MP for Waiariki  

Letele should have never been forced to beg

  Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox is elated that Vicki Letele has been released from prison.    

Iwi Leaders Group supports Māori Party on RMA

The Freshwater Iwi Leaders Group welcomes the Mana Whakahono-a-Rohe amendments secured by the Māori Party to the Resource Management Act (RMA), saying they enhance mechanisms for tangata whenua participation in the management of natural resources.

RMA strengthens kaitiakitanga

The Māori Party says gains they will secure around the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill (RLAB) will strengthen kaitiakitanga for iwi and the protection of the environment. While balancing the nation’s economic needs.

Māori Party calls on Māori MPs to vote against abolishing charter schools

The Māori Party is calling on all Māori MPs to vote against a law to abolish all charter schools.      

Date set to commemorate Land Wars - Media Statement

Hon Te Ururoa Flavell - Minister for Maori Development 31 October 2016 - Media Statement   Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed a date set by iwi to hold a national day to commemorate the New Zealand Land Wars.   Iwi representatives throughout the country met recently to decide on the date for the nation to remember the 19th century war, following a call from Mr Flavell in June for them to work with the Crown and decide the date.   Raa Maumahara National Day of Commemoration will be held October 28 each year, with the first inaugural event starting in 2017.   “I’m looking forward to the commemoration because it will give our nation the opportunity to learn a part of our history that has been silent for too long,” Mr Flavell said.   "Raa Maumahara is a sign of our maturity as a nation that we know our history – good and bad. And I look forward to working with iwi to further support this initiative.”

POROPOROAKI: Nolan Raihania

Haere atu ra e te rangatira, haere atu ra i te ara o ou tipuna o ou matua i waiho ake I muri ia ratau, hei ara atu mo nga morehu o muri i a ratau. Haere ki te po nui ki te po roa ki te po i whakaau ai to moe e moe, na te ringa kaha o te mate koe i whakamoe. Haere atu ki tua o te arai, ki te waahi e kore nei e hoki mai.

Maori Party welcomes the debate on climate change

The Māori Party welcomes the latest report from the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment ‘Climate change and agriculture and Understanding the biological greenhouse gases’.

Māori Party pays tribute to wahine toa

The Māori Party joins the country in paying tribute to Helen Kelly who they describe as a "wahine toa."  

Fox reminds Govt of United Nations child poverty promise

Māori Party Co-leader Marama Fox says the Government needs to be reminded about its promise to end child poverty in New Zealand by 2030.

Inquiry presents solutions to homelessness – Govt must act

10 October 2016 Labour, the Green Party and the Māori Party are calling on the Government to immediately adopt the 21 recommendations set out in today’s Ending Homelessness in New Zealand report.  This morning, the Cross-Party Inquiry into Homelessness has released its final report. Over the last several months the Inquiry has received hundreds of written and oral submissions from around New Zealand, which have been brought together into one report along with a set of 20 recommendations.