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Ngati Ruapani Kaumatua announced today that they will place a rahui over Lake Waikaremoana, banning all activities on the Lake itself and access across all adjacent Maori Land. This rahui will commence on the weekend of June 25/26. Tribal members will oversee and strictly enforce this rahui for the four day period that will end on June 29. ‘We seek full cooperation and support from all members of the public during this time and will work...

Descendants of the original owners of Lake Waikaremoana are asking people to stay away for the four days from Saturday as they prepare for a court challenge to get the awa returned to them. Three claimants representing Tuhoe, Kahungunu and Ruapani descendants are in the Maori Land Court in Wairoa next Tuesday seeking to reverse a 2000 decision to vest ownership in two trust s. Vern Winitana from Ngati Ruapani says the court named the original...

Ngati Ruapani Kaumatua announced today that they will place a rahui over Lake Waikaremoana, banning all activities on the Lake itself and access across all adjacent Maori Land. This rahui will commence on the weekend of June 25/26. Tribal members will oversee and strictly enforce this rahui for the four day period that will end on June 29. ‘We seek full cooperation and support from all members of the public during this time and will work...

Tūhoe do not support a four-day rahui banning activities on Lake Waikaremoana, which has been scheduled to begin this Friday. Tamati Kruger, the chairman of Tūhoe's governance , Te Uru Taumatua, said the tribe had not been asked whether it supported the rahui on the...

Ngati Ruapani has announced the iwi is to place a rahui over Lake Waikaremoana "to protect people and property during a tumultuous political and socially disruptive...

A rahui will be placed over Lake Waikaremoana next week, as descendants of the area's original owners fight a Maori Land Court decision made 16 years ago. Yesterday Ngati Ruapani Kaumatua announced they would place a rahui over Lake Waikaremoana, banning all activities on the lake and access across all adjacent Maori land, from Saturday June 25, to the morning of Wednesday, June 29. Kaumatua Kaunihera for Waikaremoana chair Tumanako Waiwai...

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