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The second season of Matangireia – Māori Political Legacies, explores the careers of former Māori Members of Parliament. Video
Matangireia examines the legacies of six former Māori politicians from across the political spectrum who share frank insights with series host, Morgan Godfery.
They called her ‘the Foxy Lady’ and just a few weeks after entering parliament Masterton mother of nine Marama Fox almost brought down her party’s government. Video, Audio
Tau Henare retired from politics in 2014, but could there be a comeback? Asked if he misses parliament Tau doesn't hesitate: "Hell yes!" he exclaims. Video, Audio
Sandra Lee is a history maker - the first Māori woman to win a general electorate seat, and the first person to lead a kaupapa Māori party (Mana Motuhake) into parliament. Video, Audio
In 1996 New Zealand First signed a deal with National to form the first MMP coalition government and Tuariki Delamere knew he would be a one term MP. Video, Audio
In 2004 Tariana Turia voted against her own government's foreshore & seabed legislation, before resigning from Parliament & returning as the Māori Party co-leader. Video, Audio
Did Metiria Turei mean to turn the 2017 election on its head? Earlier that year the former Green Party co-leader made an admission that would upend their entire campaign. Video, Audio
Meet the Matangireia series host Morgan Godfery.
Sometimes there are more things to do than there is time to do them but Parliament has a few tools to help it get things done including passing Treaty Settlements. Audio
1. PHIL TWYFORD to the Minister for State Owned Enterprises: What reports, if any, has he received about KiwiRail's plans to get rid of electric locomotives on the North Island Main Trunk Line and… Audio