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Te Ururoa Flavell

Māori Party Co-leader
MP for Waiariki

Marama Fox

Māori Party Co-leader
List Seat MP

Tukoroirangi Morgan

Māori Party President

LATEST NEWS

Labour abandons Māori again

The Māori Party says Labour has abandoned Māori again with their announcement today that the Labour Party will oppose the Point England Enabling Bill, which would allow Ngāti Paoa to regain ownership and control of significant customary land at Te Tauoma.

Māori Party reach agreement on RLAB

The Māori Party has reached agreement with the Government to support the remaining stages of the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill (RLAB).

Kaupapa Māori can stop institutional racism

Embedding kaupapa Māori across the public sector, for at least one generation, is the only way institutional racism in Aotearoa will be eliminated.

Whanganui River becomes legal identity

The Māori Party says history was made with the passing of the Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill through its third reading in the House today.    

Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill

Third Reading - Marama Fox, Co-leader of the Māori Party  Wednesday 15 March 2017    To view the video click here      

Māori Party continue to support GE Free stance

“The GM issue and s360D powers are major issues for us but we have also been active in ensuring communities still have a say and we are working through that with him at the moment.

Speak up for tamariki before it’s too late

Submissions on the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Bill close midnight tomorrow [March 3] and the Māori Party is urging whānau to have their say on it.

Whāngārā mai Tawhiti winners at Te Matatini 2017

The Māori Party congratulates Whāngārā mai Tawhiti who took out the Toa Whakaihuwaka at Te Matatini in Heretaunga this afternoon.

More work needed on Freshwater Policy

The Māori Party is encouraged by the Government’s willingness to achieve cleaner waterways in Aotearoa but believes maintaining the mauri of freshwater should be the focus.  

Labour belittles kaupapa…..again

Andrew Little’s latest attack on the Māori Party confirms he and Labour will deny the need for an independent Māori voice in Parliament, and in so doing, belittle the legacy of all of those who have championed the cause for rangatiratanga since the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

KAWENATA UNITES KAUPAPA MĀORI PARTIES

The Māori Party and Mana Party have signed a historic agreement today to unite Māori politically.    

Ngā kapa haka o te Waiariki – kia kaha koutou!

Ko te amorangi ki mua, ko te hāpai ō ki muri. E ngā kaihaka o te motu, ngā mangai, ngā matatini o Te Arawa waka, o Mataatua waka, haere atu koutou ki te atamira o Tāne rore. Kawea atu ō mātou tini mate, ō mātou kōrero, me ō mātou wawata ki mua i te marea hei whakaihi hei whakawehi i te katoa. E whakahīhī ana ahau ki te kite i te taumata o ngā kaihaka e tū ana mō to tātou nei rohe. Karanga mai rā Kahungunu iwi, karanga mai rā ki ō mātou nei Amorangi whakaeke ana ki runga i a Tākitimu waka, ki te Kahu o te Amorangi, ki te tutuki i ngā wawata a Kui ma a Koro ma.

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