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NOV 20 - Keri Hinu Maori


NOV 20 - Keri Hinu Maori

Whitu tekau tau te iwi o nga ruahinerangi e whawhai ana mo oo ratou tika ki te hinu. Kei te kati tonu nga tatau ki a ratou engari ano te hunga o tawaahi. 

Tino pukuriri matou mo tena. Ki a matou, ka tae mai te manuhiri ka pohehe no ratou tena

Kua tukuna te karanga e te kawanatanga ki nga kaihoopara o tawaahi kia tirohia nga hinu o aotearoa, ko te whakapae kei te takiwa o te ono tekau piriona taara te wariu. Ko taranaki tetahi o nga rohe e kii ana i te koura pango nei.

"Because we were original owners of that land then whatever is within those lands as far as Maori are concerned and especially Ngaruahine is that that also is part and parcel of that ownership"

No te tau rua mano ma wha i puta ai te purongo a te roopu whakamana i te tiriti o waitangai e pa ana ki nga kokoraho a nga ruahinerangi. Hei ta te taraipiunara - he tika oo te iwi ki te hinu. Engari mo tena hei ta te minita...

Gerry Brownlee: "There's been no claim accepted on that basis and frankly there wont be"

Mohio ratou ehara na ratou te taonga na matou te hau kainga te taonga

Toru miriona taara ia tau te whiwhi ki aotearoa i roto i nga mahi hoko hinumata ki tawaahi, ki te whakatinanatia te rautaki hou a te kawanatanga ka eke kee pea teera ki te toru tekau piriona.

Gerry Brownlee: "There is no Maori organisation in the country that I am aware of that would have sufficient funding to be able to develop the resource as large as this."


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