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  1. Video for Ngāti Rehua beneficiary database found to be compromised
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    Ngāti Rehua beneficiary database found to be compromised

    Electionz.com has found that the Ngāti Rehua beneficiary database has been compromised as was the election for the ratification of the Ngāti Rehua Deed of Settlement.

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    Ngāti Tūwharetoa to sign Treaty of Waitangi settlement

    Ngāti Tūwharetoa will sign a Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the Crown tomorrow for historical grievances.

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    Ngāti Tamaoho bill passes first reading in Parliament

    The first reading of the Ngāti Tamaoho Claims Settlement Bill was held in Parliament today.

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    Muaūpoko Priority Report upholds claims that Crown breached Treaty

    The Waitangi Tribunal today released its Horowhenua: the Muaūpoko Priority Report, in which it upheld a number of claims that the Crown breached the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi.  The report concerns 30 claims relating to Muaūpoko, an iwi of the lower North Island.

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    New book uncovers pre-Treaty stories of Ngare Raumati people

    The life and experiences of one of our most prominent pre-Treaty Māori travellers is the subject of new book.

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    $50B Māori economy grows as Crown-Māori relationship evolves

    "We would advise those wanting to engage with Māori business to become familiar with the underlying concepts of tikanga Māori." - Nick Wells, Chief Executive partner at Chapman Tripp.

  7. Video for Ngāpuhi settlement delayed once again
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    Ngāpuhi settlement delayed once again

    The Ngāpuhi treaty claim is at a stand-still after Prime Minister Bill English advised Te Kotahitanga and Tūhoronuku that the government will withdraw from the tribe's treaty settlement process.

  8. Video for Ngāti Tamaoho receive apology from Crown
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    Ngāti Tamaoho receive apology from Crown

    A Waikato-Tainui hapū has received an apology from the Crown for the loss of land and harm they experienced during the land confiscations. Ngāti Tamaoho signed its Deed of Settlement today at Mangatangi Marae which includes over $10 million in financial redress. Treaty Negotiator Hero Potini says, “Our negotiators have opened a pathway of opportunity for the new generation of Tamaoho.” Commercial and financial redress totalling $10.3 million includes the transfer of and opportunity to purchase specified Crown property. Ngāti Tamaoho will also receive a cultural revitalisation fund of $590,000 as part of its cultural redress. Ngāti Tamaoho is a member of the Tāmaki Collective. The iwi’s area of interest area spans from the Manukau Harbour to Franklin District, the Hūnua Ranges, Awhitū peninsula, the Waikato wetlands, Tīkapa Moana (Firth of Thames) and north to central Auckland including Remuera and Ellerslie.   Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Chris Finlayson says, “I'd like to see them fully involved in having some say in the natural resources that time and time again and I'd like to see in this part of the world which as we know is a really rich agricultural part of New Zealand and I'd like to see them playing their part.” After the Waikato war, the Crown considered the majority of Ngāti Tamaoho ineligible for compensation. Pākehā settlement in the Ngāti Tamaoho region resulted in significant environmental modifications over which Ngāti Tamaoho exercised little control. Minister Finlayson apologised on behalf of the Crown for broken promises made to Ngāti Tamaoho ancestors. Potini says, "We acknowledge that he apologised for the desecration of our culture." Finlayson says, “The general public need to understand this stuff hangs around for generations and people say "get over it" but it's an intergenerational problem and only by confronting these issues and dealing with them positively our people are able to move on.”

  9. Video for Treaty of Waitangi relocated to National Library
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    Treaty of Waitangi relocated to National Library

    The Treaty of Waitangi, the Declaration of Independence and the Women’s Suffrage Petition have officially been moved to the National Library in Wellington. 

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    Te Atiawa place names officially recognised

    The New Zealand Geographic board has announced a revision of place names in North Taranaki. Six locations in Te Atiawa will now be recognised by their Māori place names. A seventh location has been given a Māori title.

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