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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Te Ururoa Flavell discusses settlement process
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    Native Affairs- Te Ururoa Flavell discusses settlement process

    Native Affairs screened a story about two small North Island iwi who's ancestral lands have been captured in the Tūhoe settlement.

  2. Video for Flavell calls for apology
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    Flavell calls for apology

    Māori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell is the member for Te Waiariki and has in the past been critical of the police action.  

  3. Video for Opposition looks to capitalise on Māori Party woes
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    Opposition looks to capitalise on Māori Party woes

    Less than 18 months out from the General Elections, the Government's coalition partner, the Māori Party, appears to be in turmoil.

  4. Video for Leadership debacle continues for Māori Party
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    Leadership debacle continues for Māori Party

    After a special meeting at the weekend, it's been revealed that the Māori Party is looking to split the leadership between its three MPs. The move has been ridiculed by political commentators, saying it's ludicrous and won't float.

  5. Video for Māori Party discusses leadership bid
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    Māori Party discusses leadership bid

    The members of the Māori Party met in Huntly and party leadership was the main item on the agenda.

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    Māori Party descends on Rātana

    Speculation of in fighting and angst amongst members of the Māori Party was vehemently denied by Tariana Turia following a meeting at Ratana, which saw Te Ururoa Flavell challenge Pita Sharples' leadership role.

  7. Video for Māori Party denies infighting
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    Māori Party denies infighting

    While rumours of internal squabbling and challenges for leadership ensue for the Māori Party, its co-leader Tariana Turia denies there is any arguing or infighting going on.

  8. Video for Māori Party debates own leadership
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    Māori Party debates own leadership

    The Māori Party co-leaders are expected to make their first public appearance at Rātana Pā next week, after a recent public spat over the party’s future leadership. Last month, Tariana Turia backed Te Ururoa Flavell as the future leader and suggested that Pita Sharples resign from politics. However today Pita Sharples said the leadership is not up for contention.

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