Te Ururoa Flavell

Haere ra to Marama Fox and Te Ururoa Flavell

Why the Maori Party failed

Thu 28 Sep 5

Political Roundup: Should we mourn or celebrate the ejection of the Maori Party from Parliament at the weekend?

Maori party co-leaders Marama Fox and Te Ururoa Flavell are out of Parliament

The emotional Maori Party demise

Wed 27 Sep 10

Political Roundup: It’s not only the media and party co-leaders expressing regret about the Maori Party’s demise.

Surprise drop to No 2 for Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell (photo: Rob Hosking)

Maori Party tactical list switch lifts chance of overhang

Wed 30 Aug 6

Will the Maori Party's list switch help its chances in Election 2017?

KELVIN DAVIS: Has a connection with the 'real bloke' vote that his new leader definitely doesn't

Personality politics II – 2017’s supporting players

Fri 4 Aug

Events this week have demonstrated the central truth of this short series: that people elect people, first and foremost, and policies come second.

The photo of Andrew Little's carpet portrait has been blurred to protect the sensibilities of readers

Private Bin: The naming of parts

Fri 14 Jul

“We’re at the dagging end of this Parliament,” is how Andrew Little kicked off his speech on the general debate before Parliament rose for the school holidays last week.

Maori party Te Ururoa Flavell announced the decision to a Maori news service

Flagship Māori Party land reform bill left to voters' mercy

Fri 7 Jul 3

Many Māori are sensitive both to changes in law relating to Māori land and remain resentful of the then Labour government's 'foreshore and seabed' legislation.

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