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Under the grill - In our final question to the leaders of parties represented in parliament, we asked what they prefered most - cats or dogs? Video
Hone Harawira entered Parliament in 2005 after a lifetime of political activism, mainly promoting Maori rights. One of the founding members of the Maori Party… Video
David Cunliffe entered Parliament in 1999 as the MP for Titirangi which became the New Lynn electorate at the 2002 election. He became a Cabinet minister in… Video
Metiria Turei entered Parliament in 2002 as a Green Party list MP. Russel Norman has been Green Party co-leader since 2006, and entered Parliament as a list MP… Video
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Winston Peters has had a long and colourful political career. He first entered Parliament as the National Party MP for Hunua in 1978, and has been in and out since then. Video
John Key entered Parliament in 2002 when he won the Auckland seat of Helensville. He held the finance portfolio before the 2005 election, under the then National Party leader, Don Brash. Video
Te Ururoa Flavell (Ngapuhi and Ngati Rangiwewehi) entered Parliament in 2005 when he won the Māori seat of Waiariki for the Maori Party. Video
Peter Dunne, the MP for Ohariu, has been a support partner to National for its past two terms of Government and also supported the Labour Government in its two previous terms of Government. Video
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