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 interviews with the headline makers.
Our news edition arrives in your inbox each and every Thursday. Our analysis edition arrives each and every Friday.
Our news edition - which only paid subscribers can access - includes:
The headlines making news;
commentary on Bills before the House;
the business before the Māori Affairs Select Committee; and
the opening and closing dates for government funding rounds.
Our analysis edition - this goes out to paid subscribers every week and non-paid subscribers every fortnight - includes either:
Feature interviews with the people making the headlines, from Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little to rising stars like Marama Davidson; or
op-eds and commentary pieces digging a little deeper, explaining why things are happening and what they might mean.
We’re the only publisher dedicated to Māori politics.
Anyone can subscribe, from individuals to organisations, just click the subscribe button, choose your pricing plan and you or your organisation are away.
Māui street is free for the first month (from July 5 to August 2). But from the second month pricing kicks in. You’ll only be charged if you choose to sign up for a paid subscription then. If you do it’ll work like this:
$6.00 p/month for individuals, or $60 p/year
We also offer institutional subscriptions. Get in touch with Morgan at morgan(dot)email@example.com to take advantage of institutional pricing.
About the publisher
Morgan Godfery - Te Pahipoto (Ngāti Awa) and Lalomanu (Samoa) - is a writer and activist. His features and commentary appear in the Guardian, Overland Journal, VICE and the Spinoff. His academic work appears in peer-reviewed journals in New Zealand and the UK.
Morgan is also the editor of The Interregnum, published by Bridget Williams Books in 2016, and was a non-fiction judge for last year’s Ockham New Zealand Books Awards and the Ngā Kupu Ora Awards: Celebrating Māori Books and Journalism awards.
Morgan also regularly appears on radio and television as a political commentator, including in Three’s election coverage, and is a former staffer for the late Parekura Horomia, the former Minister of Māori Affairs.
Morgan graduated in law at Victoria University in 2015. He currently sits on the board of the Centre for Legal Issues at the University of Otago Law School and is an associate at The Workshop, the public policy think tank.