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Welcome to māui street, the weekly newsletter bringing you the best analysis in te ao Māori.

We cover everything you need to know to keep up with Māori politics, from the headlines making news to comment and analysis.

The news edition usually arrives on Thursdays. The comment and analysis edition usually arrives on Fridays.

Each week alternates between a news edition and an analysis edition. For example, one week might be a news edition covering the latest developments on waters rights, and the next week might be an analysis edition examining new developments at Ihumātao.

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About the publisher

Morgan Godfery - Te Pahipoto (Ngāti Awa), Lalomanu (Samoa) - is a writer and trade unionist. He is a columnist at Metro Magazine and his features and essays regularly appear in The Spinoff, Overland Journal, the Guardian, and VICE. Morgan also appears on radio and television as a political commentator, has authored numerous academic chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles, and has published two books with Bridget Williams Books. His latest, Māui Street, a collection of essays and reflections, was published in 2018. Morgan is currently working on a series for RNZ interviewing former Māori politicians.

Disclosures: Morgan was an intern and part-time Parliamentary assistant for the late Parekura Horomia, the former Minister of Māori Affairs, from 2011 to 2012. At the last election Morgan cast his party vote for the Greens and his election vote for Labour’s Te Tai Tonga MP Rino Tirikatene.