Tribunal calls urgency Hearing of Ngapuhi Claims

An urgency Hearing called by the Waitangi Tribunal into the process followed by the Crown”s appointment of Tuhoronuku as the mandated body to settle Ngapuhi Treaty Claims began today.

About two hundred people gathered at the  Copthorn Waitangi today for the five day hearing which began with opening submissions from those representing over twenty Hapu claimant applications who are opposing the process and Crown  who began  cross examining witnesses.

The Tribunal has signaled its concerns about the Governments support for the Tuhoronuku mandate to the exclusion of other options. In a report setting out the reasons for holding an urgency hearing , it said the Governments handling of the mandate  poorly reflected on the Crown and had caused serious dissent.

We are broadcasting coverage of the Hearing until Friday afternoon 9am to 5pm daily.

Waimate – Taiamai into third day of Hearings

Kia ora Koutou

Here is the Programme for the rest of the week,

Wednesday 26 November.

9 -10.30am. Opening submissions

Hone Mihaka, Kerikeri Inlet Lands  and  Islands

11 -12.30pm.

Site visit to Kerikeri Inlet and Islands

1.30 -3pm.

Hone Mihaka. Questions

Arthur Ashby.

3.30 -5pm.

Presentation of Land based sites in Kerikeri Inlet

Arthur Ashby, Questions.

Sid Kingi.

Thursday 27 November

9 -10.30am

T J Hearn, Social  and Economic Changein Northland 1900 -1945

The Role of the Crown and the Place of Maori.

11 -12.30pm Crown Cross examination

1.30 -3pm.Cross examination

3 -5pm. Cross examination

Friday 28 November.

9 -10.30am. Hone Theodore. Stacy Poata.Gray Theodore

11 -12.30pm. Gray Theodore, Rosaria Hotere, Jane Hotere, Merehora Taurua.

1 -3pm. Poroporoaki me Hakari,

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Waitangi Tribunal Hears Submissions from Waimate Taiamai

This week the Waitangi Tribunal are in Kerikeri to hear submissions from claimants from Taiamai, Waimate as part of Te Paparahi o te Raki Stage two Tribunal Hearings process

The hearings are into its 11th week and follow the release of findings of Stage one last week which supports the Ngapuhi claim that Ngapuhi did not cede Sovereignty

This week we are broadcasting  live from the Turner Centre Kerikeri the week long Hui from 9am to 5pm daily

Monday

9-10.30am Opening Statement and overview of hearing week evidence. Manuka Henare, Economic loss

11am.         Hera Dear – Kerikeri Airport

1.30 pm – 3pm. Terry Lomax Land Issues

3.30 to 5pm Wi Marupo me Ani Taniwha questions

Tuesday

9 – 10.30am. Sam Wihongi. Questions. Fred Saddler, Rating and Local Govt Issues

11 am – 12.30 pm  Diane Ruawhare, Questions. Opening Submissions Tarawau Kapa

1.30 -3pm. Tauwhara Kapa.,. Babe Kapa,, Bella Edmonds, Qusetions

3.30 – 5pm. Opening Submissions. Wi Marupo, Ani Taniwha, Questions

I will post the program for Wednesday -Friday this evening

Nga mihi

The Waitangi Tribunal is back in Te Taitokerau for Te Paparihi o te Raki Stage Two Hearings.

Waitangi Tribunal Release Report on Ngapuhi Stage One Hearings

Today the Waitangi Tribunal will meet with Ngapuhi at Waitangi  to present their findings on Te Paparahi o te Raki Stage One. He Whakaputanga me Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

It has been over five years since evidence was presented to the Tribunal

Tautoko will Broadcast live from the hui from 10am this morning

 

 

Te Paparihi o te Raki Whangaroa Hearings

Kia ora Koutou katoa.

We are in to the second day of the Stage 2 of the Waitangi Tribunal Hearings being held on the Otangaroa Marae
Hearing is the programme for the day.
Claim 1832 Owen Kingi
Claim 1722 Iri Niha
Claim 2179 Rihari Dargaville

Kai o te ra nui

Claim 1541 Fred me Ruiha Collier
Claim 1918 Mataroria Lyndon

Kapu Ti

Claim 1918 Mataroria Lyndon

Wednesday 24 September
Claim 1259 Pairama Tahere

Kapu Ti

Claim 1259 Pairama Tahere
Claim 1380 Rakena Whanau

Te kai o te ra nui

Claim 1684 Louie Katene

Kapu ti

Claim 1684 Additional witnesses
Claim 1943 Audrey Leslie
Nga mihi

Waitangi Tribunal returns to Whangaroa

This week the Waitangi Tribunal will hear evidence from claimants representing Whanau and Hapu from te Rohe o Whangaroa.
Yesterday the Tribunal was welcomed onto the Otangaroa Marae by Ngapuhi and today the hearings will start with evidence by Pat Turoa and others representing Nga Hapu o Whangaroa. We are please to bring live coverage of the Hui, starting at 8.30 am daily

Tribunal Hears Technical Evidence

Kia ora kotou katoa.

ting the Today the Waitangi Tribunal will be presented with the Technical evidence from lawyers representing the claimants at the Stage 2 Hearings.

Here is the programme for the day.

Technical witness presentation – David  Alexander

Cross examination Grown Lawyer

Case study -Environmental issues -Tui Shortlandr

Case Study -Sir James Henare, Te Awatapu o Taumarere -Rowena Tana

Wai2424 Maiki Marks

Wai 1445 -Philip Bristow

 

Day 2 Waitangi Tribunal Hearings Tau Henare Marae Pipiwai

Tena koutou katoa

Nga mihi o te ra ki a koutou e noho mai ana  i o koutou kainga putanoa ite ao.

kei konei te paeroa mo tenei ra.

Whanau  Claim Wai 642  Motatau 5A Liz Matroria

Wai 2130 Te Kauimua Land Claim

Wai 682 Case Study – Railway in Ngatihine

Wai 1551 Liz Boutet

Wai 682 Cycleway

Wai 1710 Mohinui/ Waiomio Development Scheme

Wai 2368 Lydia Karaitiana

Wai 682 Maori Land Consolidation -Marohapa Block

Wai 1753 Te Orewai Te Horo Trust

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RadioTautoko Broadcast Ngatihine Tribunal Hearings

The Waitangi Tribunal will spend a week at the Tau Henare Marae Pipiwai hearing evidence of breaches to the Te Tiriti.

Te Paparahi o te Raki stage two hearings continue and for the first time the Tribunal will be presented with evidence of the te tiriti breachs  against the Ngatihine whanau and  hapu collective.

Radio Tautoko will broadcast the hearings live from Tau Henare Marae starting tomorrow at 9am.

 

 

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