Tamihere, John (Hon), 1959-

JT, 1959-

Member of Parliament for Hauraki (Labour), 1999-. Minister of Youth Affairs, of Statistics, for Land Information 2002-. Chief Executive of Te Whanau o Waipareira Trust 1991-1999. Former lawyer, business director. Advocate for Maori rights. Later became a radio talk back host.

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Date: 2003 By: Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Description: Cartoons on New Zealand and international political and social issues. Topics include ACT list member of Parliament Donna Awatere-Huata's refusal to resign f...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :'This Tamihere chappie ... Gad, Sir, in my regiment we'd have shut him up in a dark room with a bottle of scotch and a revolver ... do the decent thing ...' National Business Review, 15 April 2005.
Date: 2005 From: Various artists :Collection of photocopies, newspaper clippings and bromides of cartoons by Bromhead (A-314-1), Brockie (A-314-2) and J. C. Hill (A-314-3). By: National Business Review Ltd Description: Two retired military men, at their ease in a lounge bar, criticise the way the Prime Minister, Helen Clark, had put Labour Party politician John Tamihere on ...
Date: 2000 From: Hubbard, Jim 1949-:47 original cartoons published variously in the Dominion, Bay of Plenty Times, Hawke's Bay Today, Southland Times during 2000. Description: Shows John Tamihere as Pinocchio, holding a ruler to his nose to see how much it has grown. In his left hand he holds a newspaper with the front page headlin...
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :'No sheila, not even the PM, tells us red-blooded indigenous kiwi blokes what to say, right John?' 'Oath, Trev, oath...' The Dominion Post, 2 August 2004.
Date: 2004 Description: Shows the Prime Minister Helen Clark putting on a show with hand puppets of Labour Party Cabinet Ministers Trevor Mallard and John Tamihere. Both politicians...
"If I have your solemn word that is a box of chocolates and not a tape-recorder the interview can start. I gotta be careful after last time..." 4 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: Labour Member of Parliament, John Tamihere, sits at a table on which is a tape recorder, clearly not a box of chocolates. He is holding a copy of the journal...
"If I have your solemn word that is a box of chocolates and not a tape-recorder the interview can start. I gotta be careful after last time..." 5 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: Labour Member of Parliament, John Tamihere, sits at a table on which is a tape recorder, clearly not a box of chocolates. He is holding a copy of the Newspap...
"Bit of a shame really, isn't it, how Labour have forgiven John Tamihere and put the whole shameful episode behind them..." "Don't worry. In ACT we haven't put it behind us!" "Same here, NZ First will never forgive him for what he said about Helen..." 16 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: Don Brash, leader of the National party regrets the way Labour have so easily forgiven John Tamihere his offensive remarks against his colleagues but Winsto...
"Helen, please! Just because I loath and despise many of you doesn't mean we can't be friends..." 6 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: The Government Caucus door goes 'SLAM!' and John Tamahori is left reeling outside and begging to be friends. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
Apology list-- Bad timing... Poor judgement... Gross stupidity... Gross disloyalty... Gross insensitivity... Gross naivety... Reckless candour... Spite... Malice... Hurting leader... Hurting colleagues... Hurting party... Bigotry... Prejudice... Misogeny... Homophobia... Anti-semitism... Hell, I'm going to need more paper. 11 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: John Tamihere reads a list of apologies that he has to make from a very long sheet of paper that trails away across the floor. Refers to offensive remarks he...
'Would you believe it? The most brutal attacks, the most nasty taunts, the most withering opposition to this government has come from John Tamihere and now he's saying vote Labour..." 8 April, 2005.
Date: 2005 Description: Poor Don Brash, Leader of the National Opposition, clutches at his head in despair when he discovers in the newspaper that John Tamihere, Labour MP, who has ...