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Oct 25, 2016
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.
Oct 20, 2016
The Māori Party welcomes the latest report from the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment ‘Climate change and agriculture and Understanding the biological greenhouse gases’.
Oct 14, 2016
The Māori Party joins the country in paying tribute to Helen Kelly who they describe as a "wahine toa."
Oct 11, 2016
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.
Oct 10, 2016
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.
Oct 04, 2016
LAUNCH OF TE WHAKAREIA: BAY OF PLENTY COMMUNITY HEALTH ALLIANCE Trinity Wharf Hotel, Tauranga Friday 30 September 2016 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Oct 04, 2016
Hon Te Ururoa Flavell Minister of Māori Development 4 October 2016 Media Statement Te Mātāwai first hui – a milestone for te reo Māori Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell said today’s first meeting of Te Mātāwai signals the dawn of a new era for te reo Māori – New Zealand’s indigenous language. Te Mātāwai, the new organisation established by Te Ture mō te Reo Māori 2016 to lead Māori language revitalisation on behalf of iwi and Māori, is meeting for the first time at Te Wānanga o Raukawa in Ōtaki.
Sep 21, 2016
“More than 400 representatives were to travel to Wellington on Thursday and Friday to witness the historical passage of long awaited settlement legislation for five iwi, but an appalling move by NZ First has put a stop to that today,” said Māori Party co-leader, Marama Fox.
Sep 09, 2016
PRESS RELEASE Marama Fox Māori Party co-leader 9 September 2016 Māori Party secures $2m for youth suicide prevention On the eve of World Suicide Prevention Day, the Māori Party is pleased to see that a number of communities are accessing funds it secured for Māori youth suicide prevention. “We feel the pain of whānau and communities who’ve been ripped apart from suicide and we applaud those who’ve put their hand up to do all they can so others don’t suffer the same dilemma,” said Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox.
Sep 09, 2016
PRESS RELEASE Marama Fox and Te Ururoa Flavell Māori Party co-leaders 9 September 2016 Māori Party advances fight against tobacco The passing of new smokefree legislation is another step toward the Māori Party’s plan to save more lives and advance its fight on the “peddlers of death.” “Tobacco smoking kills more than 5000 New Zealanders a year. And it is one of the biggest killers of the Māori people, so we’re happy that another law, motivated by our lobbying of the Government, has been introduced to help combat the negative impact tobacco smoking is having on our nation,” said Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox.
Sep 04, 2016
Māori Party Co-leaders Te Ururoa Flavell and Marama Fox say they are overwhelmed by the resilience shown by our people after experiencing a 7.1 magnitude earthquake this morning.
Aug 26, 2016
Ka tanuku, ka tanuku. Ka tanuku te toka o Aorangi maunga e koro Monty whakangaro atu rā. Ko to hononga ki a au ki a Te Arawa he hononga ā wairua, ā taokete, ko tō pā harakeke tonu. Whakangaro atu ki tua o ngā pae maunga o Te Rotorua nui ā Kahumatamomoe, kia eke to wairua ki te tihi o Aorangi ki reira okioki mai ai. Haere atu ra.