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ENG: Te Ururoa James William Ben Flavell (born 7 December 1955), also known as Hemi Flavell, is a New ZealandMāori politician, who currently serves as a member of the Parliament of New Zealand. Political career In the 2005 general election, Flavell stood as a candidate for the Māori Party in the Waiariki electorate and as 10th on the party list. He won the election against the incumbent, Mita Ririnui, and entered Parliament. The Waiariki electorate was contested by two contenders in the 2008 election: the incumbent and Ririnui. Flavell was once again confirmed. With the resignation as party co-leader of Dr. Pita Sharples in July 2013, Flavell is seen as a likely next co-leader of the Māori Party. source 2013-09-10
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Flavell's gambling bill becomes law


Parliament has passed a Maori Party bill which changes some of the rules around pokie machines. Te Ururoa Flavell's Gambling Harm Minimisation Bill originally carried strong measures but the Government wouldn't support them. He had the choice of seeing it defeated, or allowing a select committee to gut it. Mr Flavell decided to keep it alive and last night it passed its third reading by 63 votes to 55. Opposition parties opposed it, blaming the government for its meagre measures. ... 05 Sep 2013Read more: www.3news.co.nz 2013-09-30


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Maori Party hits back at Winston Peters' comments - New Zealand Herald
Newstalk ZBMaori Party hits back at Winston Peters' commentsNew Zealand HeraldMaori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell (left) issued a press release today titled, "The chameleon of New Zealand politics strikes again". Photo / Stephen Parker. The Maori Party has hit back at Winston Peters' comments that its deal with National on ...Peters speech 'racially divisive'3News NZThe chameleon of New Zealand politics strikes againScoop.co.nz (press release)PM says National will work with any party to pass RMA reform, including NZ Firstsharechatall 25 news articles »
Day to mark NZ Wars on the cards - Flavell - Radio New Zealand
Radio New ZealandDay to mark NZ Wars on the cards - FlavellRadio New ZealandMinister of Māori Development Te Ururoa Flavell remains confident there will be a commemoration day to mark the New Zealand Wars. Maori re-enact the Battle of Ruapekapeka. Photo: RNZ / Shannon Haunui-Thompson. Mr Flavell attended the 170th ...Momentum builds to mark NZ wars with public holidayNewstalk ZBall 3 news articles »
Andy Sarich honoured for efforts in Te Reo and Maori education - Auckland stuff.co.nz
Auckland stuff.co.nzAndy Sarich honoured for efforts in Te Reo and Maori educationAuckland stuff.co.nzMaori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says Sarich and his wife Kath were members of the Tino Rangatiratanga Education Authority. In 2004 he was awarded the Reo Rangatira Award and a Queen's Service Medal for community service. "I will always ...
Maori Party supporting change to 'racist' legislation - 3News NZ
Radio New ZealandMaori Party supporting change to 'racist' legislation3News NZA lawyer in Wellington, told RNZ he was concerned about the provisions and said they were racist and outdated. Maori Party co-leader, Te Ururoa Flavell agreed with the sentiment and said that it pays to acknowledge how long ago the legislation was ...Māori Party congratulates recipients of HonoursScoop.co.nz (press release)Maori Party backs call to change 'racist' lawRadio New Zealandall 6 news articles »



 
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