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Ngāti Ranginui history turned into school curriculum
Ngāti Ranginui is preparing a Te Ao Māori localised education curriculum for schools in Tauranga, called Te Tai Whanake ki Tauranga Moana.
Tauranga Moana mourns the loss of Kihi Ngātai
Tauranga Moana is in mourning after the death of Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui and Ngāti Pukenga elder, Kihi Ngātai at 91 years old.
Waikato iwi gifts land to Tauranga Moana
Waikato iwi Ngāti Hinerangi have agreed to gift land back to Tauranga Moana and enter into a shared governance arrangement over other land. This settles a cross-claim that had affected the relationship between the Hauraki Collective and Tauranga iwi.
Maintaining the mana of Ngāti Ranginui iwi
Te Kapa Haka o Ngāti Ranginui have dedicated today's performance to three pou who passed away in 2018; Dr Morehu Ngatoko, Waiwhakaata Tangitu and Wiparata Ngatoko.
Ngāi Tukairangi elder of Tauranga Moana seeks acknowledgment
Despite the apology given by the Anglican Church of Aotearoa to Tauranga Moana iwi today for land lost in 1867. Ngāi Tukairangi representatives voiced their disapproval because only two hapū were formally acknowledged.
Whanaungatanga is the next step for reo revitalisation in Tauranga
In order for the language to live, we must come together as regions. Tauranga Moana te reo Māori advocate, Ngareta Timutimu says it the way forward.
Treaty lawyer says tikanga best process for cross-claims
Treaty Claims lawyer Te Kani Williams says a tikanga-based process is the best approach for multiple iwi to settle cross-claim settlements. This comes as Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little delays settling the Hauraki Collective settlement to allow tribes to talk out their issues.
Ngāti Paoa and Tauranga Iwi resolve overlapping claims
In a milestone in settling iwi cross-claim interests, Ngāti Paoa and two Tauranga Moana iwi have signed a Tatau Pounamu Covenant. The move follows the claim interests to areas within Tauranga by Hauraki tribes.
Tauranga Iwi blame the Crown for tribal conflicts
Protestors say their stance is against the crown, not the Port of Tauranga or Hauraki iwi.