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National MP Nuk Korako announces retirement from Parliament
National Party backbench MP Nuk Korako has announced his retirement, opting to depart within the month. The list MP, based in the Port Hills electorate of Christchurch, said he was looking forward to ...

National MP Nuk Korako retiring from politics
National MP Nuk Korako is retiring from politics to make way for a new National candidate to contest the Christchurch electorate of Port Hills. His departure was relatively unexpected and National ...

Nuk Korako resigns as National MP
National MP Nuk Korako is standing down as National Party MP and plans to retire. Korako entered Parliament in 2014 as a list MP, contesting Ruth Dyson in Port Hills, Christchurch. Dyson announced her ...

Nuk Korako to retire from Parliament
National List MP based in Port Hills, Nuk Korako, today announced he will retire from Parliament. “It’s been a privilege and a pleasure to work for our Port Hills community. We have shared some trying ...

Port Hills based National list MP Nuk Korako retires from Parliament
Mr Korako has been a MP since 2014, and is currently National's spokesperson for Māori Development and Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations. "It's been a privilege and a pleasure to work for our Port Hills ...

Nuk Korako makes way for next generation
National's Māori development spokesperson Nuk Korako is to retire from Parliament. He will give his valedictory speech on May 1. He says a highlight of his five years as a list MP was chairing the ...

MP Nuk Korako resigns from Parliament
National MP Nuk Korako has announced he will be resigning after nearly five years in Parliament. List MP Korako is currently the chair of National's Māori caucus and is a member of the Māori Affairs ...

National MP Nuk Korako announces retirement
The list MP will be replaced by Paulo Garcia, who will become National's first Filipino MP. Mr Korako is the chair of National's Māori caucus and was an unsuccessful contender in the Port Hills ...

Bridges thanks Korako for services to Parliament
National Party Leader Simon Bridges has thanked retiring MP Nuk Korako for his hard work and dedication to the National Party after he announced his retirement today. “Nuk Korako has been a valuable ...