Tuhoe Settlement signed
A ceremony marking the next step in finalising a compensation settlement between North Island iwi and the Crown has taken place in Parliament today. Leaders of the tribe have initialed a settlement deed that will see Tuhoe receive $170 million in redress and co-governance rights over the ...Continue Reading...
Historic Treaty settlement for Tuhoe
(stuff.co.nz) North Island tribe Tuhoe is celebrating a historic agreement with the Crown over the ownership of Te Urewera National Park. Under a deal announced today, the Crown will no longer own the National Park, which will be vested in a new legal identify created by legislation. An ...Continue Reading...
Tuhoe $170m settlement a step towards mana motuhake
(NZHerald) The Urewera National Park will be given its own legal identity under a new settlement between Tuhoe and the Crown. File photo / Greg Bowker By Audrey Young Tuhoe has reached an agreement with the Crown for a $170 million settlement of historic grievances. That puts it up there among ...Continue Reading...
Tuhoronuku to convene hui with Ngapuhi in Wellington
Te Ropu o Hui – Korero Mai – please post any relevant news and info here: NGAPUHI He Panui, He Panui, He Panui Te Ropu o Tuhoronuku will be convening a Hui with Ngapuhi residing in Wellington to provide an update on the Tuhoronuku mandate process. We invite you to attend and share ...Continue Reading...
Calling on Ngati Ranginui – deadline extended
Te Roopu Whakamana o Ngati Ranginui will be holding a series of hui throughout the country and overseas to inform iwi members of the agreement they have negotiated with the Crown to settle their outstanding Treaty of Waitangi claim. Te Roopu is calling on all Ngati Ranginui to attend one of the ...Continue Reading...
Ngati Tamaoho calls on its people
The Ngati Tamaoho Trust is calling on all Ngati Tamaoho descendants from the three principal marae, Mangatangi, Nga Hau e Wha and Whatapaka to come with us on a journey. The trust is engaged in the exciting process of settling Ngati Tamaoho’s Treaty Claims with the Crown, to resolve all ...Continue Reading...
Sir Douglas Graham found guilty
Former cabinet minister Sir Douglas Graham should be stripped of his knighthood after being found guilty of making false statements, a Lombard Finance investor says. TW.com – this also may mean that he will not be able to sit on any boards. Sir Douglas Graham was National’s Minister ...Continue Reading...
Iwi announch proposed Settlement Package
After a treaty settlement journey of over 25 years Te Aupouri has today finalised a proposed package with the Crown to comprehensively settle its historical Treaty grievances. The next most important step will be for Te Runanga Nui o Te Aupouri to present this package to the Te Aupouri people ...Continue Reading...
Hauraki Collective annouces upcoming hui
Kia ora whanau – a whole heap of hui coming up in the Hauraki region, keep an eye on the papers. Ngati Hei and Ngati Tara Tokanui are holding their mandate hui this weekend. This great website details this group and their respective iwi The Hauraki collective was established to represent ...Continue Reading...
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