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Former Māori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell has resigned as the party's co-leader to take up a new position as the chief executive of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
The president of the Māori Party, Tukoroirangi Morgan, has resigned and is calling for the party's co-leaders to follow suit. Audio
First Person - The Māori Party is signalling it would prefer to go with Labour if it's in a position to make a choice. Mei Heron reports from the party's campaign bus.
Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell knows he has a battle on his hands to keep the seat of Waiariki.
Co-leader Marama Fox has claimed the number one ranking in the Māori Party list, ahead of Te Ururoa Flavell.
The Māori Party's ambitious plan to resurrect rail in the regions is being questioned, with critics worried it is doomed to fail.
The Māori Development Minister has hit back at what he says are lies being told about his Māori land law bill.
The Labour Party has pledged to repeal the legislation if it wins the election, describing it as put together "on the fly".
The Mana and Māori Party deal may have struck its first snag over what Hone Harawira is calling a 'poisonous' land reform bill.
Former Māori Party co-leader Sir Pita Sharples is "totally insulted" by Andrew Little's claim the party has not done enough for Māori. Video
The Labour leader claims the Māori Party is not kaupapa Māori after hitching its wagon to National, as a new deal between the Māori parties is signed. Video
The Māori Party and the Mana Party have signed an agreement to work together up until this year's general election. Video
The Māori and Mana Parties will unveil their co-operation agreement this morning for the September election, which is likely to detail deals in all seven Māori seats.
Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox's only path back into Parliament may be through winning Ikaroa Rāwhiti.
An alliance between the Māori and Mana Parties could mean the end of Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox's days in Parliament if she doesn't win her seat.
The government has reached an agreement with the Māori Party, which gives it the numbers to pass its Resource Management legislation.
The Māori Party has named Howie Tamati as its candidate for the Te Tai Hauāuru seat, which was held for 12 years by its founder Tariana Turia.
The Māori Party is not ruling out walking away from its confidence and supply agreement with National over the proposed Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary. Audio
The Māori Party is to work more closely with the Māori King movement on what it describes as "key issues for the betterment of Maori".
A major step has been taken towards healing a bitter five-year rift between the Māori Party and the Mana Party. Audio