Thu, 24 Jan 2013 5:36a.m.
The Maori Party leadership will stay in place for now, despite mounting tensions and a challenge from Te Ururoa Flavell.
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24/01/2013 12:38:09 p.m.
I like pita Sharples and feel sorry for him that some people within his party want to see him go. He has been a dedicated politician and balanced in his views.
24/01/2013 9:11:44 a.m.
Wow! Gutbusting news! Like the future of the nation depends on on this one eyed racist party for social and economic progress. It contravenes democracy that they even exist.
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