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Sunday Feb 10, 2013 Civil war was narrowly averted at Waitangi this week. As you'll know by breathless media reports, the old battle-axe Titewhai Harawira took the country to the brink of disaster just as the Prime Minister and other dignitaries were
Wednesday Feb 6, 2013 Scrap over privilege of escorting Prime Minister on to marae reignites after welcome. It was, as a highly amused Shane Jones observed, the year that will go down as "Granny-gate". The turbulence that usually bubbles over when
Government, ditch the tech-hypocrisy 5 February 2013 The current National government believes that "market forces" are a solution to almost all things. This misguided belief that the laws of supply and demand, coupled with the basic mechanisms of
New Year honours should be scrapped and replaced with Waitangi Day ones, Labour leader David Shearer says...Mr Shearer wanted to hear more people saying "Happy Waitangi Day". He suggested moving the New Year's honours, awarding the Order of New
Prime Minister John Key is set to receive a frosty reception at Waitangi this week amid infighting and anti-asset sale speeches. Ngapuhi leaders are trying to replace Titewhai Harawira from her job of escorting him on to the Waitangi lower marae...
Mana Party leader Hone Harawira stormed back to Parliament last night with a rallying cry for the country's poor. "Nobody is actively seeking to be a voice for those who don't have a voice. The more we follow free market economics to drive this
Titewhai Harawira faces a possible ban from Te Tii Marae after being accused of "rancidification of Maori protocols" at a recent Maori Party hui. In an email to the Herald, seven board members from the lower marae at Waitangi said they were
Two hui over the weekend passed a resolution calling on the Maori Party's National Council to prepare a candidate for either a by-election or the general election, whichever is appropriate. Hone Harawira has announced his intention to force a by-
maverick Maori Party activist from Te Tai Tokerau is a constant troublemaker who can't reconcile himself to his responsibilities as a Member of Parliament. He's a constant irritant to his party leadership and keeps taking potshots at his coalition
the day before New Zealand's official national "Waitangi Day"--the Ambassador and DCM joined a large Diplomatic Corps contingent in Waitangi for a program commemorating the 170th Anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitengi in 1840.