Māori Party

Political party formed in June 2004 and registered on 9 July 2004. Formed in response to Maori dissension over the proposed foreshore and seabed legislation and other issues. Tariana Turia was elected as the party's first leader and member of parliament.

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Severe punishment Maori-Party style - "Fuckwits - dickheads." 11 February 2011
Date: 2011 From: Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0017052 Description: Text at the top reads 'Severe punishment Maori-Party style'. Co-leaders of the Maori Party Pita Sharples and Tariana Turia sit together at a desk shouting an...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :"I've decided to go while I only feel sick..." 3 July 2013
Date: 2013 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0025493 Description: Shows Pita Sharples wearing a hospital gown with his backside exposed (with the words 'I will lead until I'm dead') and carrying an IV bag (Maori Party). Ref...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :Toast. Maori Party. 2 July 2013
Date: 2013 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0025492 Description: Shows Pita Sharples, co-leader of the Maori Party as a piece of burnt toast popping out of a toaster (representing the Maori Party). Refers to Sharples stand...
Post-Election Treaty. 6 February 2008
Date: 2008 From: Body, Guy Keverne, 1967-: [Digital cartoons published in New Zealand Herald] Ref: DCDL-0013208 Description: Shows Prime Minister John Key as a Maori Chief signing the Post-Election Treaty with Maori Party leaders Tariana Turia and Pita Sharples (resembling Captain ...
[Hone Harawira and the Maori Party] 14 February 2011
Date: 2011 From: Slane, Christopher, 1957-:[Digital cartoons published in the Listener, New Zealand Herald, or New Zealand Farmers' Weekly] Ref: DCDL-0017130 Description: Maori Party MPs are shown as a pile of turtles, one on top of the other with renegade Hone Harawira at the bottom. Hone is squashed on a rock in the middle o...
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :"On second thoughts Flavell - if you really want a crack at this..." 6 July 2013
Date: 2013 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DCDL-0025435 Description: Shows Maori party politicians Pita Sharples and Te Ururoa Flavell in a small boat stranded on rocks. Sharples says to Flavell: "On second thoughts Flavell - ...
"Chucking a sickie is really a Treaty settlement." 13 November 2009
Date: 2009 From: Slane, Christopher, 1957-:[Digital cartoons published in the Listener, New Zealand Herald, or New Zealand Farmers' Weekly] Ref: DCDL-0012833 Description: The cartoon shows Maori Party MP Hone Harawira standing near the Eiffel Tower in Paris with is camera at the ready. He says that 'Chucking a sickie is really...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :"Party want a cracker?" 16 April 2014
Date: 2014 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0027858 Description: Shows John Key with a parrott (representing the Maori Party) on his shoulder. Key is putting money into a piggy bank ('Key fundraising'). Quantity: 1 digita...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :"Kia ora, I'm Te Ururoa Flavell...Head of the the Maori Party!" 22 July 2013
Date: 2013 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0025627 Description: Shows Te Ururoa Flavell with the body of skeleton. Around his wrists are the shackles of 'Electoral Support'. Refers to Te Ururoa Flavell becoming Maori Part...
Party pooper. 25 January 2011
Date: 2011 From: Winter, Mark, 1958- :[Digital cartoons published in the Southland Times and other papers] Ref: DCDL-0016922 Description: Maori Party MP Hone Harawira described as a 'party pooper' appears to be throwing both the Maori Party and the National Party aside (or maybe he is pulling t...
Winter, Mark, 1958-:[Hone Harawira leaves the Maori Party] 28 February 2011
Date: 2011 From: Winter, Mark, 1958- :[Digital cartoons published in the Southland Times and other papers] Ref: DCDL-0017188 Description: The cartoon shows a pair of feet disappearing through the base of the frame after leaping off a high dive board that represents the 'Maori Party'. The word '...
Winter, Mark, 1958-: [Hone Harawira forgets to vote] 9 March 2011
Date: 2011 From: Winter, Mark, 1958- :[Digital cartoons published in the Southland Times and other papers] Ref: DCDL-0017279 Description: At top left of the cartoon is text reading 'Pointing the finger and in a series of four frames a finger with string tied round it is shown. Text above the fi...
[Hone Harawira suspended]. 8 February 2011
Date: 2011 From: Winter, Mark, 1958- :[Digital cartoons published in the Southland Times and other papers] Ref: DCDL-0017038 Description: Maori Party MP Hone Harawira hangs 'suspended' upside down from a rope. A second version has the name 'Harawira' across Hone's jacket. Context - criticisms o...
Winter, Mark 1958-: Hone Harawira's [print suggestions here] party. 9 April 2011
Date: 2011 From: Winter, Mark, 1958- :[Digital cartoons published in the Southland Times and other papers] Ref: DCDL-0017517 Description: The cartoon shows a large sign reading 'Hone Harawira's Party inviting people to "Print name here"' Harawira is asking for suggestions for a name for the new...
"Um... we'd still like Hone to stay on board of the waka..." 30 January 2011
Date: 2011 From: Hubbard, James, 1949- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0016942 Description: A waka named 'Maori Party' is balanced precariously over the edge of a huge waterfall and it is only Maori MP Hone Harawira's weight in the prow that prevent...
"Hone reckons he took a few side trips because travel broadens the mind." "In that case can we send him to the moon and back 500 times?" 11 November 2009
Date: 2009 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DCDL-0012785 Description: The two Co-leaders of the Maori Party, Pita Sharples and Tariana Turia discuss renegade Maori Party MP Hone Harawira. Pita Sharples says that Hone Harawira's...
Nisbet, Alistair, 1958- :"Observe... the breath of life!" 1 May 2011
Date: 2011 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0017882 Description: In the first of two frames the new leader of the ACT Party, Don Brash, tries to resuscitate a man who represents 'Capitalism' and in the second frame leader ...
Tremain, Garrick 1941- :'Don, we need to get outselves some high-profile supporters, before they are all claimed.' 'That's true, Gerry...Turia's collared the Mongrel Mob, and now Clark's snaffled Hamas...' Otago Daily Times, 21 July 2004.
Date: 2004 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DX-022-048 Description: Shows the leader of the National Party, Don Brash discussing party politics with the deputy leader, Gerry Brownlee. The newly formed Maori Party has the supp...
Tremain, Garrick 1941- :It's great to have you boys in the waka...but if we're going to make any headway...Otago Daily Times, 19 July 2004.
Date: 2004 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DX-022-046 Description: Shows the two leaders of the Maori Party, Tariana Turia and Pita Sharples trying to paddle a waka that is weighed down by three large gang members. Extended...
Harawira's next junket?... "And do all the sightseeing ya want!" 12 November 2009
Date: 2009 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0012813 Description: The cartoon shows Maori Party MP Hone Harawira being tossed into a mailbox enclosed in a parcel that is labelled 'Deepest Siberia'. The person doing the mail...