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  1. Video for Exclusive:  Green Party push to return private land under Tiriti settlements
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    Exclusive: Green Party push to return private land under Tiriti settlements

    The Green Party wants the purchase and return of private land to Māori on the political agenda.

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    Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki to buy Macleans College land within weeks

    Auckland iwi Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki is in the process of finalising arrangements with the Crown to buy the Macleans College land.

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    Ngāti Maru settle historical treaty claims with Crown

    The Taranaki iwi has signed a deed of settlement with the Crown.

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    Te Arawa iwi Ngāti Rangitihi settles historical treaty claims

    Cultural redress includes the vesting of 19 sites of cultural significance, including the Waimangu Volcanic Valley. 

  5. Video for Tūranga iwi settlement still hasn't been reached
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    Tūranga iwi settlement still hasn't been reached

    Twenty-fve years on and no settlement reached.

  6. Video for Ngāti Rangitihi meet government officials to settle deed
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    Ngāti Rangitihi meet government officials to settle deed

    Earlier today representatives of Ngāti Rangitihi met government officials for the Ngāti Rangitihi Deed Settlement initialling.

  7. Video for Mōkai Pātea hapū threatening to withdraw from settlement claim
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    Mōkai Pātea hapū threatening to withdraw from settlement claim

    Ngāti Hinemanu of Mōkai Pātea in Rangitīkei is troubled by its lack of representation in settlement claim.

  8. Video for Moriori sign settlement with Crown
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    Moriori sign settlement with Crown

    After three years of negotiations, Moriori signed a deed of settlement with the Crown in Rēkohu today.

  9. Video for Rangitāne celebrates return of beloved Pūkaha forest
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    Rangitāne celebrates return of beloved Pūkaha forest

    Te Taperenui o Whātonga, previously known as Seventy Mile Bush, is located in the Tararua mountain range. Within this area is the Pūkaha Reserve, and today the people of Rangitāne in Tāmaki-nui-a-Rua and Wairarapa celebrated a 28-year long journey as their beloved Pūkaha forest was returned to them. 

  10. Video for Rangitāne prepare for Pūkaha's return
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    Rangitāne prepare for Pūkaha's return

    Rangitāne iwi are preparing for a major celebration next month, when the Crown is due to give back the Pūkaha reserve as part of their settlement redress.

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