TWP 28072014 - Tariana Turia|
Maori Party co leader Tariana Turia | whaea Tariana sets the record straight about Whanau Ora. She looks back on her time in politics.
Paakiwaha 28072014 - Pt 4 Georgina Beyer|
Former Mayor former politican Georgina Beyer is making a come back to politics for Mana to stand in the Tai Tonga electorate
Paakiwaha 28072014 - Pt 5 Tamati Kruger|
Tuhoe lead negotiator Tamati Kruger talks about the 3rd reading of the passing of the Tuhoe Settlement Bill and an apology from police over the Tuhoe Raids
Paakiwaha 28072014 - Pt 7 Erana Reedy|
Erana Reedy is the Executive Producer for Te Wero 2014 - Iwi Radio Political debates that get under way next Monday. It covers all the Maori electorates and available on the Iwi Radio Network
Paakiwaha 28072014 - Pt 3 Debbie Ngarewa Packer|
Debbie Ngarewa Packer is the Kaiarataki for Ngati Ruanui who've spent too long opposing seabed mining offshore from Patea to stop now. It's joining with Kiwis Against Seabed Mining (KASM) to support the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)
Paakiwaha 28072014 - Pt 6 Trevor Shailer|
Commonwealth Games Deputy Chef De Mission Trevor Shailer gives and update on the NZ Games Team
TWP 28072014 - Rewi Spraggon|
Rewi Spraggon | Rewi is helping to co-ordinate the Sacred Chisels of Tamaki Makaurau
TWP 28072014 - Norm Mckenzie|
Norm Mckenzie | Norm is the General Manager for the Maori Party and he is very confident of the Maori Party getting back in to parliament.
Sad for Claudette|
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: I’m disappointed that National list MP Claudette Hauiti has pulled the pin on her political career.
Collins in trouble again|
OPINION: Just when Justice Minister Judith Collins thought it was safe to start swimming again in the political pool, another jaws like scandal has emerged that could take the air out of her inflatable life jacket.
Ministerís Maori Language Strategy Is Wrong|
OPINION: It seems unbelievable that the Minister of Maori Affairs Pita Sharples is intent on returning the leadership of the Maori language back to the tribes.
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