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2017: The year I ran for Parliament

A candidate’s brief self-reflection

There are multiple ways to transform outcomes for Māori. One of those is through political activity, such as seeking to become a Member of Parliament. 427 more words

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Hosking breached broadcasting standards — Your NZ

The Broadcasting Standards Authority has ruled the Mike Hosking breached standards when he incorrectly stated on Seven Sharp” you can’t vote for the Māori Party because you’re not enrolled in the Māori electorate” during the election campaign, and the following night he churlishly dismissed criticism.

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Hosking breached broadcasting standards

The Broadcasting Standards Authority has ruled the Mike Hosking breached standards when he incorrectly stated on Seven Sharp” you can’t vote for the Māori Party because you’re not enrolled in the Māori electorate” during the election campaign, and the following night he churlishly dismissed criticism. 1,451 more words

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Dr Lance O'Sullivan wants leadership of Maori Party

Prior to the election in September Northland doctor Lance O’Sullivan announced that he would stand for the Maori Party in 2020.

The Spinoff: Lance O’Sullivan explains why he is running for the Māori Party in 2020… 901 more words

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Maori Party in disarray

The Maori Party was devastated after failing to win and electorate and losing their seats in Parliament. They appear to be having difficulty dealing with it. 336 more words

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How Hamilton voted - suburb by suburb

As a follow up to my post Did National really ‘paint Hamilton blue’?, I decided to break down the polling booth data and look at each suburb. 414 more words

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Did Temple View back Jacinda?

On 26 October 2017, Jacinda Ardern became the first Prime Minister of New Zealand to be raised in a Mormon household. She left the LDS Church in her mid-twenties, stating it conflicted with many of her personal views including her support for gay rights, and she now identifies as agnostic. 398 more words

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