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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

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Budget 2017: Big boost to tackle youth suicide prevention

Budget 2017: Big boost to tackle youth suicide prevention

Budget 2017: Marae to get access to improvement fund

Budget 2017: Marae to get access to improvement fund

Poroporoaki: Trevor Howse

Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā Kua hinga he totara teitei nō te wao nui a Tāne He ahorangi, he rangatira, he kairangi o Ngāti Kuri, o Ngāi Tahu Ko Trevor Howse Te Weka Nunui o Te Iwi. Ka taka te kapua pōuri kia tātou katoa mō te wehenga o tēnei tangata rongonui He mihi maioha, he mihi aroha ki te whanau pani katoa  

Hikoi for Ka'iulani - Kia kaha!

Media Statement - 17 April 2017 Te Ururoa Flavell - Co Leader, Member of Parliament Waiariki Maori Party MP and Co-Leader Te Ururoa Flavell sends his best wishes to the whanau of Ka’iulani Forbes who begin their 200km hikoi today to raise money for treatment that is urgently needed by the two year old. Ka’iulani Forbes (Waikato, Ngati Maniapoto, Ngati Whatua, Ngapuhi) was diagnosed with a rare cancer, neuroblastoma, early this year after 50 visits to her doctor had failed to provide a diagnosis.  The aggressive cancer has so far, been unresponsive to treatments offered in Aotearoa.  “The whanau require funds to enable them to access specialist treatment in the USA which will provide Ka’iulani with the best chance of surviving this cancer“ says Mr Flavell, “a very good friend of mine is an Aunt to this kotiro, and asked if I would get on board with them and use my profile to raise some putea and awareness around the efforts the whanau are making.  I was only too happy to help.”

Māori Party help to make history with Mana Whakahono-ā-rohe agreements

Mana Whakahono-ā-Rohe agreements significantly improve the status quo for hapū and iwi under the RMA and provide a vehicle, outside of the Treaty of Waitangi settlement context, to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.

Poroporoaki: Tomairangi te Kiritokia Paki

Kua waipuke te awa o Waikato Kua tau te kohu ki runga o Taupiri Kua pā te ringa kaha o Hinenui te pō ki te whare o Potatau Te Wherowhero Kua whakairia te parekawakawa ki te whare tauā o Tomairangi, tuahine o te Kiingi Māori. Koia nei te tangi, te mōteatea o te ngākau ki a koe e te māreikura; e moe, e moe.    

Māori Party welcomes decision on e-cigarettes

The Māori Party is welcoming the Government’s announcement today that the sale of nicotine e-cigarettes and e-liquid will be made legal.  

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