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Rātana Church president Harerangi Meihana mourned
A strong kind and caring leader - that is how devout mōrehu and MP Rino Tirikatene describes Harerangi Meihana.
Commentators critique Te Tai Tonga candidates' debate
Adrian Wagner and Dr Maria Bargh joined political reporter Rukuwai Tipene-Allen to critique the Te Tai Tonga candidates on their Maori Television debate performance.
Māori Party's Tākuta Ferris gearing up for tough election campaign
Tākuta Ferris is accusing Labour's Māori caucus of being invisible during the Covid-19 lockdown
Could this be Rino Tirikatene's easiest re-election run ever?
Rino Tirikatene calls himself a quiet achiever who makes time for all his constituents. Not an easy feat, for the man who represents the largest electorate in Aotearoa.
Māori TV news should stay
The chair of the Māori Affairs Select Committee says Māori Television must continue to have its own news service.
Bill to protect Māori seats drawn from ballot
A members bill drawn from the parliamentary ballot aims to entrench the Māori seats in legislation.
Te Tai Tonga
From Lower Hutt, across to Makara in the North Island, and then down to include the capital city and all of the South Island, including Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands, that’s the Te Tai Ton
The Tirikatene political dynasty reigns again.
Labour Party’s Rino Tirikatene has secured the largest electorate in the country, Te Tai Tonga, for a third term.
Rino Tirikatene well ahead in preliminary vote count
Labour Party’s Rino Tirikatene is currently well ahead of his competitors with preliminary votes showing him sitting at 4200 with a total of 33.2 % of booths counted.