Ngātiwai, Patu Harakeke want Mighty River talk to continue
Media Release 29 April
Ngātiwai and Patu Harakeke want
talks with Mighty River Power to continue
Ngātiwai Trust Board joins with Patu Harakeke in calling
for continued dialogue over the sale of land at Marsden
Point in Ruakaka which is now surplus to requirements for
Mighty River Power.
Patu Harakeke and the Ngātiwai Trust
Board have been in talks with Mighty River Power for some
time now, and there are on-going discussions with all
These discussions have included options
of land banking and Treaty of Waitangi Settlements that are
available through the use of surplus government land.
Crown is the major shareholder of the land which has now
been listed for sale currently on a real estate agency’s
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