The remaining two members of the so-called Urewera Four have been sentenced to home detention at the High Court in Auckland today.
Tame Iti, Te Rangikaiwhiria Kemara, Urs Signer and Emily Bailey were found guilty in March of illegally possessing firearms in the Ruatoki area throughout 2006 and 2007.
Signer was found guilty of five firearms charges and Bailey was found guilty of six firearms charges.
Signer and Bailey have both been sentenced to nine months home detention at their home address in Parihaka in Taranaki today.
Iti and Kemara were handed down two and a half year jail
sentences for the six firearms convictions they each
Iti, Kemara, Signer and Bailey said they would be appealing their convictions and sentences.
The defendants and others were allegedly planning to use guerrilla warfare to achieve self-determination in the Tuhoe region if Treaty of Waitangi negotiations with the Crown fell through.
But defence lawyers said the training camps were actually wananga, and the participants were simply learning about bush craft and firearms skills, in the hope of gaining employment in the security industry in the Middle East or Africa.
A hung jury saw the lead charge of participation in an organised criminal group dropped after three days of deliberation.