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Harawira again criticised for offensive comments

Harawira again criticised for offensive comments
Wellington, March 12 NZPA - Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres has again criticised Hone Harawira for making racially offensive comments, saying in a report released today political parties should have codes of conduct that did not tolerate such behaviour.

Harawira Criticised For Protest Comments

Harawira Criticised For Protest Comments
Wellington, Feb 28 NZPA - Hone Harawira has again been criticised by his party leaders, this time for encouraging people to take "whatever action necessary" to protest against a planned sea turbine project.

Another Harawira Outburst Revealed

Another Harawira Outburst Revealed
Wellington, Dec 23 NZPA - Another offensive email from Hone Harawira has been revealed and this one, littered with expletives, caused a commotion in Te Puni Kokiri.

Complaints About Harawira Flood In

Complaints About Harawira Flood In
Wellington, Nov 20 NZPA - Hone Harawira's "white motherf..kers" comment has provoked 753 approaches to Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres, who says the vast majority complained they had been insulted.

Sharples: Hone Process Ongoing, But Disagreements Managed Before

Sharples: Hone Process Ongoing, But Disagreements Managed Before
Wellington, Nov 20 NZPA - Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples says his party caucus has coped with disagreements before.

Harawira Given Two Weeks To Ponder His Future With Maori Party

Harawira Given Two Weeks To Ponder His Future With Maori Party
By Tony Gee for NZPA Kaitaia, Nov 12 NZPA - Firebrand MP Hone Harawira has been given two weeks to decide if he wants to remain a Maori Party MP, in the wake of his racially abusive comments about white people.

Tomorrow Before Maori Party Decides On Any Action Over Hone

Tomorrow Before Maori Party Decides On Any Action Over Hone
Wellington, Nov 11 NZPA - It will be tomorrow before the Maori Party decides what action, if any, it will take against its outspoken MP Hone Harawira.

Party Says It Is On The Verge Of Disciplining Harawira

Party Says It Is On The Verge Of Disciplining Harawira
Wellington, Nov 6 NZPA - The Maori Party says it is "on the verge" of disciplining MP Hone Harawira over his behaviour. The party held a teleconference this afternoon after Mr Harawira lashed out at white people over criticism that he bunked off a work trip to visit Paris.

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