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    Ngāti Kurī addresses threats to marine environment

    The Northland iwi is stepping up by organising a week-long event to address threats made to the marine environment.

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    Environmental groups, Ngāti Kurī push for Kermadec sanctuary

    Environmental groups and Ngāti Kurī representatives gathered early Tuesday morning on Parliament lawns to campaign for the protection of New Zealand ocean. Protesters awaited Members of Parliament in the rain until the afternoon to gift 120 vials of lapel pins containing special drops of ocean water collected from the Kermadec Islands.

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    Kaikōura rūnanga to elect rep for Ngāi Tahu Board

    Te Rūnanga o Kaikōura will today elect a new delegate on the Ngāi Tahu Board, replacing Sir Mark Solomon who has held the representative role for the last 17 years.

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    Notable Māori historian influenced thousands of fine arts students

    A fine arts historian and author of notable published works, Jonathan Wheoki-Mane (Ngāpuhi, Te Aupōuri, Ngāti Kuri) passed away peacefully last Friday. 

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    Ngāti Kuri signs Deed of Settlement despite hapū opposition

    It was supposed to be a historic day for Ngāti Kuri in the Far North, as the iwi signed its Deed of Settlement with the Crown at Waiora Marae, but not everyone was happy.

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    Muriwhenua Iwi confront Far North District Council

    Members of the Far North District Council and production liaisons for the BBC programme, Top Gear were welcomed by iwi onto Roma Marae in Ahipara this morning.

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    Far North District Council apologises to Iwi

    The Far North District Council (FNDC) has apologised to local iwi after agreeing to set aside part of Ninety Mile Beach for filming by a UK-based motoring television show. Three of the four local Iwi say they had no idea, despite an agreement with the Council that they be informed of such matters.

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