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  1. Video for Flavell fails to retain Waiariki seat
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    Flavell fails to retain Waiariki seat

    Incumbent Waiariki MP Te Ururoa Flavell has lost his seat in Parliament – along with his Māori Party.

  2. Video for Te Ururoa Flavell surrounded by whānau on election night
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    Te Ururoa Flavell surrounded by whānau on election night

    Incumbent Waiariki MP Te Ururoa Flavell was first elected to Parliament in 2005.

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    Flavell to Coffey- "Helping families is not a popularity contest"

    Helping families who are suffering from this year’s Edgecumbe floods sparked a heated debate between the two candidates fighting to win the Māori electorate seat of Waiariki.

  4. Video for Rangatahi hold key to Coffey's political future
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    Rangatahi hold key to Coffey's political future

    Tamati Coffey’s political future lies in the hands of rangatahi if Māori Television’s exclusive poll results hold true come election day this September 23rd.

  5. Video for Election Aotearoa: I’m not in it for the fame – Tamati Coffey
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    Election Aotearoa: I’m not in it for the fame – Tamati Coffey

    In part two of Māori Television's political debate with the Waiariki candidates Te Ururoa Flavell of Māori Party and Tamati Coffey of Labour, the two go head-to-head around issues such as the Edgecumbe disaster and the controversial Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill.

  6. Video for Election Aotearoa: We need to vote strategically – Te Ururoa Flavell
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    Election Aotearoa: We need to vote strategically – Te Ururoa Flavell

    It's the battle of Waiariki between the titleholder and the contender. Incumbent MP Te Ururoa Flavell of the Māori Party goes head-to-head with Tamati Coffey of the Labour Party.

  7. Video for Flavell suprised by Labour's new Whānau Ora package
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    Flavell suprised by Labour's new Whānau Ora package

    Labour deputy leader Kelvin Davis says they are pledging to give Whānau Ora an extra $20 million and a Whānau Ora Reviewer, but Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says more is needed.  

  8. Video for Flavell runs the polls
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    Flavell runs the polls

    Te Ururoa Flavell is staving off Labour’s assault on the Māori seats with a clear lead in his home electorate of Waiariki.

  9. Video for Rua Kēnana descendants meet with Māori Development Minister ahead of statutory pardon
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    Rua Kēnana descendants meet with Māori Development Minister ahead of statutory pardon

    Ngā Toenga o ngā Tamariki a Iharaira Uri o Maungapōhatu Trustees and Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell will meet today ahead of the signing of an agreement to progress a statutory pardon for Ngāi Tūhoe prophet, Rua Kēnana. 

  10. Te Ururoa Flavell

    Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell is the incumbent Māori MP for the Waiāriki electorate and will be challenged this year by Labour’s candidate, Tamati Coffey.

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