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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

Māori Party mourns death of veteran Hingangaroa Smith

Kei te Ika-ā-Whiro, haere atu rā. Ko te karanga tēnei o mate kua tae mai ki a koe. Ka mahue iho nei ko mātou, ka mōteatea nei, ka haku nei, me te aroha i roto i a mātou, mōhou, kua wehe nei. Nō reira, haere, haere, haere atu rā.  

Māori leading the way on Rangitahuahua (Kermadec Sanctuary)

The Māori Party says its support of a Bill that proposes to establish a sanctuary around the Kermadec Islands is not guaranteed.

Māori Party to present petition calling for Māori seats in local government

The Maori Party Co-leader, Te Ururoa Flavell, has accepted a request to present a petition to Parliament, which calls for the establishment of Māori wards on District Councils. 

Poroporoaki: Whai Ngata

Haere rā e hika, haere atu Tanara Whairiri Ngata i te huanui, i te ara kua papatauria e te tapuwae kauika tangata. Hoki atu koe ki ngā mātua tīpuna, ki tōu maunga tapu a Hikurangi e tiaki ana mai ngā raukura kua ngaro atu ki te pō, hoki atu koe ki te awa e rere atu a Te Waiapū. Moe mai rā e te rangatira.

Māori Party commemorate 100 years since the invasion of Maungapōhatu

The Māori Party is marking the centenary of the invasion of Maungapōhatu with a vow to continue calling for public recognition of the New Zealand Land Wars.

Māori Party welcomes benefit increase for whānau

The Māori Party co-leaders are proud to have worked with the Government to achieve the first increase to base benefit levels for 43 years.

Māori Party mourns the loss of Rātana leader, Karaka Waka Paama

He aha te tohu o te ringaringa! He kawakawa! E tuku ki raro kia hope rā E horo kia hō, te whakatau a te mate! The Māori Party mourns the loss of senior Rātana Church member, Karaka Waka Paama, who died today at the age of 76.

Supporting the Hīkoi Wai Tapu from Waiariki to Parliament

The Māori Party wishes all those taking part in the Hīkoi Wai Tapu from Tūrangi to Wellington a safe journey.

Māori Party supports iwi on honouring Māori fisheries settlement

The Māori Party supports Te Ohu Kaimoana and iwi who are challenging the Government in court for extinguishing customary and commercial fishing rights around the Kermadec Islands.  

Raupatu in 2016?

Māori have a long history of fighting for our whenua. In less than a century, we lost 95 percent of our land. Much of it by force or stealth. The Crown has facilitated and instigated this dispossession.

Māori Party celebrates the passing of the second reading of the Māori Language (Te Reo Māori) Bill

The Māori Party joins with all reo warriors tonight to celebrate the passing of the second reading of the Māori Language (Te Reo Māori) Bill.

Strengthening the rights of workers

The Māori Party is pleased to have helped improve employment conditions for workers in Aotearoa who are on zero hour agreements.

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