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Tuhoe and deerstalkers reach agreement
22 July 2014

The Tūhoe Treaty settlement has sparked a new relationship between the tribe and hunters. The Crown package for the iwi will this week have its third and final reading in the House. Negotiations have included discussions with the Deerstalkers Association, confirming hunters can still set their sights on animals in Te Urewera, a deal the Department of Conservation would not acknowledge in the past.

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