About a year from the next election, the Māori Party will meet in Whanganui this weekend to try to nut out how it can get back into Parliament. Its hopes largely rest on the shoulders of party president Che Wilson. Claire Trevett talks to Wilson to find out more about him, how he intends to save the party, and whether he would side with National or Labour if the Māori Party were a kingmaker.

Late on election night 2017, as then Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell shed tears over the end of the party's 12 years in Parliament, Che

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