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    ACT reaffirms repeal of Three Waters if elected

    ACT has reaffirmed its position that if elected to power next year, it will repeal the Labour government’s Three Waters legislation.

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    First Māori justice minister keen to get stuck into new role

    With incoming ministers Willie Jackson and Kiritapu Allan just putting their feet under their new desks following the cabinet reshuffle, they are quickly setting out their aims in their new portfol

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    Māori in high-profile roles as Mallard, Faafoi exit parliament, PM reshuffles cabinet

    Parliament’s controversial speaker Trevor Mallard will leave his job after 35 years.

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    Nats threaten boycott on Māori electoral roll fix

    The government says it will introduce a bill to Parliament that allows Māori to swap electoral rolls at virtually any time, despite National threatening to derail the change.

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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.

  6. Video for Willie Jackson hits back at Act’s alternative budget calling David Seymour a ‘useless Māori’
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    Willie Jackson hits back at Act’s alternative budget calling David Seymour a ‘useless Māori’

    The gloves were off today as Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson fired shots at Act leader David Seymour following his announcement that he would scrap Māori Development Ministry, Te Puni Kōk

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    Poll results nothing to worry about- Jackson

    Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson isn't showing any concerns for the government, despite trends in political polls showing Labour losing ground to National.

  8. Video for Willie Jackson hits back at ACT's call for referendum
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    Willie Jackson hits back at ACT's call for referendum

    Te Ao Māori lost some of its most prominent leaders in the past few weeks, two of whom were close whanau of Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson.

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