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He Pou a Rangi | Climate Change Commission
Te Ao Māori
Tuia ki runga, tuia ki raro, tuia ki roto, tuia ki waho, tuia te here tangata, whakamaua kia tina, tina! haumi e, hui e, taiki e!Tēnā tātou katoa,Huri noa i te motu, tēnei te mihi maioha ki ā kōutou katoa
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MLC Pānui - March 2024
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MLC Panui
 Applications for hearings in March | Poutū Te Rangi 2024.
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MLC Pānui - February 2024
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 Applications for hearings in February | Hui-Tanguru 2024.
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Land Owners Register
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MLI Information
This is a tutorial for the owners register available in Māori Land Owners Groups. 
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MLC Pānui - December 2023
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MLC Panui
Applications for hearings in December | Hakihea 2023.
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MLC Pānui - November 2023
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MLC Panui
 Applications for hearings in NOVEMBER | Whiringa-A-Rangi 2023
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Maunga Taniwha, tuu mai raa!
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Te Ao Māori
Ko te Whare Tapu o Ngāpuhi
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MLC Panui: October 2023
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MLC Panui
Applications for hearing in OCTOBER | WHIRINGA-Ä-NUKU 2023: 
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Lest we forget.
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Te Ao Māori
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
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General Maori Issues
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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Ngā hakari tū o Matariki
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Tāne-mahuta (forest & birds)
Chef Joe shares mātauranga around foraging kai from the whenua, the ngahere and the moana.  
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MLC Pānui September 2023
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  Applications for hearings in SEPTEMBER | MAHURU 2023: (Please note that these in person hearings may be substituted for remote hearing by Zoom depending on operating Covid-19 protocols)
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Department of corrections
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Government Agencies
State of NZ prisons in 2023
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Ko wai au
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Ko wai au?
Zayne Alexander Hitchens McVeighAhau
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MLC Pānui August 2023
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 Applications for hearing in AUGUST | HERE-TURI-KÖKÄ 2023: (Please note that these in person hearings may be substituted for remote hearing by Zoom depending on operating Covid-19 protocols)
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MLC Pānui June 2023
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 Applications for hearing in JUNE | PIPIRI 2023: (Please note that these in person hearings may be substituted for remote hearing by Zoom depending on operating Covid-19 protocols)
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NZ Māori Council Newsletter March 2023
Wellington District
General Maori Issues

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Watch: STOLEN LANDS— Betrayal of a Chief.
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Tīpuna/Tūpuna
Stolen Lands - Betrayal of a Chief is the story of one of Aotearoa's most compelling and misunderstood historical figures. In a thrilling five-episode series, we will cover the accusations, injustice and conspiracy that took place in Ōpōtiki in 1865, which led to the unjust execution of Te Whakatōhea Chief Mokomoko.
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MLC Pānui - April 2023
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The National Pānui of upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court & Special Pānui for Te Waipounamu for April 2023
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Unclaimed money register
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Te Ao Māori
Trusts & incorporations that have unclaimed dividends/monies can submit their lists to be included in a searchable register.  Search your name or your tūpuna to locate and/or update your interests.
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MLC Pānui - March 2023
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MLC Panui
 The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for March 2023
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Te Matatini Festival — What its all about
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Kapa Haka
Previously known as "The Polynesian Festival" .. in 2004, the name Te Matatini was given to the event by Professor; James Te Wharehuia Milroy, an expert in Maori language, tikanga and Māoridom,Te Mata meaning "the face" tini denoting "many" —translating the meaning of Te Matatini to "the many faces".
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Are trustees meeting their obligations?
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Trusts & Incorporations
Assessing whether a trustee is meeting their obligations is often misunderstood so lets look at the facts
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The Native Land Court in Te Paparahi o Te Raki
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Te Ao Māori
This report provides an overview of the Native Land Court in Te Paparahi o Te Raki between 1865 and 1900.
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