Now Playing: PM will return to Waitangi (3:03)
Source: ONE News
John Key is vowing to return to Waitangi, despite a stand-off over who was going to escort him onto the Lower Te Tii Marae today.
Source: ONE News
The Prime Minister has been welcomed onto Waitangi's Te Tii Marae with both Titewhai Harawira and Ani Taurua escorting him.
Now Playing: Waitangi Day buildup (4:13)
Corin Dann previews today's political activity at Waitangi as our political leaders go onto the marae.
'It is easy to say I will walk away' from Waitangi - Key
Published: 5:45AM Tuesday February 05, 2013 Source: ONE News
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