Nuk Korako

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Tutehounuku "Nuk" Korako (born 1954 (age 60)) is a former New Zealand politician who was elected to the House of Representatives at the 2014 general election as a representative of the National Party.wikipedia
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2014 New Zealand general election

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Tutehounuku "Nuk" Korako (born 1954 (age 60)) is a former New Zealand politician who was elected to the House of Representatives at the 2014 general election as a representative of the National Party.

Paulo Garcia (New Zealand politician)

Paulo Garcia
In mid-April 2019, Korako announced his retirement from politics, which took effect on 16 May 2019 when he left Parliament, being replaced by Paulo Garcia.
Garcia later entered Parliament in 2019 upon the resignation of National MP Nuk Korako; he was declared elected on 16 May 2019.

Rangiora High School

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Korako attended St Stephen's School in Bombay south of Auckland, Rangiora High School, and Lincoln College.

2007 Christchurch mayoral election

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Korako supported the National Party for many years, and contributed to Bob Parker's 2007 mayoral campaign.
Parker's campaign was supported by businessman and Ngāi Tahu board member Nuk Korako, who himself was elected to the House of Representatives in for the National Party.

Ruth Dyson

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He contested the against Ruth Dyson of the Labour Party, who has held the electorate since its inception in.
Dyson contested the against Nuk Korako of the National Party and chose not to be placed on Labour's party list.

New Zealand House of Representatives

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Tutehounuku "Nuk" Korako (born 1954 (age 60)) is a former New Zealand politician who was elected to the House of Representatives at the 2014 general election as a representative of the National Party.

New Zealand National Party

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Tutehounuku "Nuk" Korako (born 1954 (age 60)) is a former New Zealand politician who was elected to the House of Representatives at the 2014 general election as a representative of the National Party.

Bombay Hills

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Korako attended St Stephen's School in Bombay south of Auckland, Rangiora High School, and Lincoln College.

Auckland

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Korako attended St Stephen's School in Bombay south of Auckland, Rangiora High School, and Lincoln College.

Lincoln University (New Zealand)

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Korako attended St Stephen's School in Bombay south of Auckland, Rangiora High School, and Lincoln College.

Ngāi Tahu

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Korako is a businessman in the tourism sector and a Ngāi Tahu board member.

Bob Parker (mayor)

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Korako supported the National Party for many years, and contributed to Bob Parker's 2007 mayoral campaign.

Christchurch City Council

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Korako stood for Christchurch City Council in the 2013 local elections in the Banks Peninsula ward.

2013 New Zealand local elections

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Korako stood for Christchurch City Council in the 2013 local elections in the Banks Peninsula ward.

Banks Peninsula

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Korako stood for Christchurch City Council in the 2013 local elections in the Banks Peninsula ward.

Gerry Brownlee

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On the strength that he might get declared elected, Korako attended the induction meeting, and joined the council delegation that met Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee.

New Zealand Labour Party

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He contested the against Ruth Dyson of the Labour Party, who has held the electorate since its inception in.

Māori politics

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New Lynn (New Zealand electorate)

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1 Paulo Garcia's list position of 50 meant he became elected after Nuk Korako resigned in April 2019, assumed office in May.