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    New political poll suggests Te Pāti Māori might not decide next government

    A new political poll suggests Te Pāti Māori would not be kingmaker if an election were held today.

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    Māori and gender changes to Green Party rules makes Marama Davidson feel proud

    Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson is proud of her party’s decision to drop its male co-leader rule to make way for non-binary and intersex people.

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    Tory Whanau: Greens back 'staunch AF wahine Māori' for Wellington mayoralty

    Photo / File Wellington mayoral candidate Tory Whanau (Taranaki) has been endorsed by the Green Party.

  4. Video for Teanau  Tuiono:  Pākehā protest organisers were hiding and pushing Māori to the front
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    Teanau Tuiono: Pākehā protest organisers were hiding and pushing Māori to the front

    Green Party MP Teanau Tuiono has been left saddened by the 23-day protest that occupied Parliament grounds until Wednesday when police forced protestors out.

  5. Video for 'Move on' - Minister Davis responds to Greens' plan for return of private land to Māori
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    'Move on'- Minister Davis responds to Greens' plan for return of private land to Māori

    Labour's Kelvin Davis and The Greens' Marama Davidson.

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    Political year starts; parties jostle for position ahead of 2023 election

    The political year has had a stuttered start with the cancellation of events that usually mark the end of the long summer break for MPs but one commentator says that doesn't mean kaupapa Māori will

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    'Learn from previous mistakes, prioritise Māori and Pacific'- Dr Elizabeth Kerekere

    Photo / File It is critical that the government learn from previous mistakes and prioritise those most at risk from Omicron, such as Māori and Pacific whānau, the Green Party says.

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    Green leaders: More Te Tiriti-centric approaches needed

    A New Zealand with a thriving environment and a healthy people is the dream for the Greens co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw, who say that the only way to achieve that is through te Tiriti

  9. Video for Marama Davidson opens up about what it took to get Te Aorerekura over the line
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    Marama Davidson opens up about what it took to get Te Aorerekura over the line

    Greens co-leader and Mnister in Charge of Prevention of Family and Sexual Violence Marama Davidson has opened up to political reporter Rukuwai Tipene-Allen about the criticism she received when eng

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    Te Aorerekura coordinated strategy on family violence breaks new ground

    One in every three women in Aotearoa has experienced physical or sexual violence; nevertheless, 90% of them are too scared to disclose it.

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