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THE Crown has failed to pay tribes to use Lake Waikaremoana for hydro-electric generation and has caused damage to a significant taonga in Tuhoe territory. These are some of the findings in the fifth Waitangi Tribunal report on Te Urewera, released this morning. Claims were lodged by Tuhoe, Ngati Ruapani, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngai Tamaterangi, and other collectives and people. The Tribunal today said the claimant groups were still the...

Māori ownership over Lake Waikaremoana was ignored by the Crown and they further breached the Treaty of Waitangi when they refused to pay for the use of the water to generate power.  These are some of the key findings released in the Waitangi Tribunal's fifth report on Te Urewera.  Lake Waikaremoana is the focus of the latest Waitangi Tribunal report release today.  Ngāti Ruapani claimant Rapata Wiri is welcoming the...

I te 22 o Hereturi-koha, i whakarauika te tini ngerongero ki Te Kura Whare o Ngai Tuhoe, ki te rongo i nga korero whakapaha ki a Ngai Tuhoe mo nga mahi a te karauna ki a Ngai Tuhoe i nga tau kotahi rau tau neke atu ki muri. Mau ana nga uri whakaheke i nga mamae o nga tupuna mo nga kotahi rau tau, a, tae noa ki te ra tuku...

Report Summary On 15 December 2014, the Waitangi Tribunal released in pre-publication form the fifth part of its report on Te Urewera claims. This part deals with Treaty of Waitangi claims in respect of Lake Waikaremoana, lodged by Tuhoe, Ngati Ruapani, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngai Tamaterangi, and various associated groups and individuals. These important claims were the subject of extensive evidence and submission from the Crown and the...

Tuhoe embrace Austin Powers

5 December 2014

Tuhoe will honour its stars tomorrow night and pay homage to those who have passed on. The tribe will hold a celebration at its headquarters in Taneatua to formally close three boards that helped propel Tuhoe into its post-Treaty of Waitangi settlement...

One of the Eastern Bay's smaller rural schools is reeling in the wake of decile changes that will carfe about $4500 off its annual budget. While this might not be much money to a larger school, it is a cost that Thornton School, with just 100 pupils, will find difficult to absorb without cutting teaching...

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