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  1. Video for Māori council member calls for national Māori Water Commission
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    Māori council member calls for national Māori Water Commission

    NZ Māori Council member Maanu Paul is calling for the establishment of a national Māori Freshwater Commission. Maanu Paul made his submission at the National Freshwater & Geothermal Resources Inquiry Waitangi Tribunal hearing taking place at Ohope.

  2. Video for Ngāi Te Rangi file urgent application to Waitangi Tribunal regarding Hauraki Settlement.
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    Ngāi Te Rangi file urgent application to Waitangi Tribunal regarding Hauraki Settlement.

    Ngāi Te Rangi has filed an urgent application to the Waitangi Tribunal with concerns regarding the Hauraki Settlement.  In their claim, Wai 2616, the Tauranga-based tribe contests the rights of Hauraki iwi to their tribal area. In their application, Ngāi Te Rangi say that they, along with Ngāti Ranginui and Ngāti Pukenga, hold authority over the land, the seas and the Tauranga Harbour. The Crown and the interested parties are to expected to reply by April 13.  

  3. Video for Treaty of Waitangi to be housed in new exhibition
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    Treaty of Waitangi to be housed in new exhibition

    NZ's most precious documents will soon have a new home. Including the Treaty of Waitangi, the three manuscripts which influenced some of our country's most historic milestones are set to be relocated to the National Library in Wellington.

  4. Video for Legal proceedings challenge Ngāti Rehua mandate
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    Legal proceedings challenge Ngāti Rehua mandate

    Ngāti Rehua is a step closer to the treaty negotiation table but legal proceedings filed only days ago challenge the Crown approved mandate.  A meeting has been held to update beneficiaries of Ngati Rehua as they come a step closer to the Crown's negotiation table.

  5. Video for Māori academic criticises prison policy at urgent hearing
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    Māori academic criticises prison policy at urgent hearing

    A Māori academic has called past government policies racist and a contributing factor to the high population of Māori in prisons.  Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena presented evidence in an urgent hearing to the Waitangi Tribunal addressing the Crown's failure to reduce the Māori prison population. 

  6. Video for Ngāti Rehua mandate challenged
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    Ngāti Rehua mandate challenged

    Nearly six years after the Crown approved a mandate to settle the treaty claims of Ngati Rehua, its being challenged with allegations that genealogy records have been manipulated to separate the true beneficiaries from their ancestral lands on Great Barrier Island.

  7. Video for Elders urge their people to remember who they really are at Waitangi Tribunal hearing
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    Elders urge their people to remember who they really are at Waitangi Tribunal hearing

    It's the home of some of Ngāpuhis' most famous leaders, today the Waitangi Tribunal began a week long hearing in Utakura, Hokianga with elders urging their people to remember who they really are.  

  8. Video for Government challenged to provide better care for ex-servicemen
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    Government challenged to provide better care for ex-servicemen

    Maanu Paul wants better care for the remaining ex-servicemen and their families.  

  9. Video for Mangere community rally to protest development Ihumātao
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    Mangere community rally to protest development Ihumātao

    A human chain has been formed at Ihumātao in protest against Auckland Council's proposed Ōruarangi housing development. Protesters claim the development will impact an area of cultural significance.

  10. Video for Ōrākei Marae honoured to host Dr Ranginui Walker’s tangi
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    Ōrākei Marae honoured to host Dr Ranginui Walker’s tangi

    Ōrākei Marae is preparing for the funeral of leading academic and Māori activist Dr Ranginui Walker. Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei say the connection between the iwi and Dr Walker was a very strong and was a personal one that began during the Takaparawhau occupation in the 1970s. 

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