Lest we forget.

The 1863 invasion of the Waikato was the defining conflict of New Zealand, reinforcing the Crown's power, entrenching one of Aotearoa's oldest political institutions (the Kiingitanga) and resulting in land confiscations that continue to shape New Zealand today.

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Justice Williams reality check

This talk by Justice Williams pulls no punches. His korero is frank, direct and thought provoking, while sharing insights that should make those who are in governance reassess their priorities or at least re affirm their reasons for leading.

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Department of corrections

State of NZ prisons in 2023

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NZ Māori Council Newsletter March 2023

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Te Tiriti O Waitangi 1840

Te Tiriti O Waitangi 9 Pages

Te Tiriti O Waitangi is a 9 page document. Seven on paper and two on parchment.

While named after the place of signing in the Bay of Plenty, together they represent the agreement between the British Crown (Labour Party, National Party, Green Party, Maori Party, Act..) 

and:

the Maori Cheiftains (who do not exist today... (grrr)

Leave your thoughts, suggestions and ANY relevent information in the comment section, subscribe to this blog and lets sort this by 2030 for our tupuna and the future of New Zealand, Aotearoa.

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Maori Land Online & Pataka Whenua

This main Maori Land resource provides a snapshot of current ownership, trustee, memorial and block information for land that falls within the jurisdiction of the Māori Land Court.

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Government planning and support for housing on Māori land

In September 2011 a report was published that looked at how effectively the Government supported Māori seeking to build housing on multiply-owned Māori land

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Auditor General Report 2004

Insight into the service provided to owners of Maori Land by the Maori Land Court within the Ministry of Justice and The Maori Trustee which is part of Te Puni Kokiri

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Land Information New Zealand

Toitū Te Whenua Land Information New Zealand is the Government's lead agency for property and location information, Crown property and managing overseas investment

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Te Puni Kokiri

Te Puni Kōkiri is the Government's principal policy advisor on Māori wellbeing and development established under the Māori Development Act 1991.

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Glossary of terms used in disposal list

This post  provides brief explanations of each term, and guidance as to which stage of the disposal process the property has reached. 

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Crown property - (RFR)

Crown agencies hold land and property for a range of reasons. Where the Crown has reached a Treaty settlement with an iwi claimant group, this land may become subject to a Right of First Refusal (RFR) in favour of that iwi. 

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