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Ko Te Whakatau Keremi Tuarua Ki Te Moana

Ko Te Whakatau Keremi Tuarua Ki Te Moana a Toi Te Huatahi

Nô muri tata mai i tçtahi hîkoi i te pûaotanga o te atatû, ka hainatia tçtahi Tûtohinga Whakatau Keremi e Ngâti Tuwharetoa Ki Kawerau me te Karauna.

Ka hainatia tçnei i muri mai i te pôtitanga o te iwi e mea ana e iwa tekau ôrau te nui o râtou e tautoko ana i te Tûtohinga Whakatau Keremi.

Ko ngâ mea ka whakaaetia i roto i te Tûtohinga kia tuku whakapâha te Karauna; kia $10.5 manomano târa te nui o ngâ moni hei putea whakaea i ngâ mahi hç o mua; kia whakanuia hoki ngâ pânga â-tikanga, â-hîtori, â-wairua hoki ki ngâ wâhi tapu i roto i te rohe o Ngâti Tuwharetoa Ki Kawerau.

E ai ki te minita, a Margaret Wilson, i roto i te rau tau e iwa tekau i tino patua te iwi nei i te muru whenua me te raupatu.

“Nô te wâ ka whakahokia mai te whenua, kâore he whakaaro mô te hunga nô râtou ake te whenua, â, ka tâpaea te whenua.”

“Ko te pai o te whakatau nei ka tukuna te Karauna kia whakatika i ngâ hç o mua, â, ka âhei hoki te iwi ki te whakatakoto kaupapa ôhanga anô mô râtou.”

Kia mutu te mahi a te iwi ki te whakatû rôpû whakahaere tikanga ka whakamanatia tçnei whakatau ki te ture.

I mihi atu a Margaret Wilson ki ngâ kaitakawaenga o te iwi. “Ko te kaha tautoko o te iwi mô te Tûtohinga Whakatau Keremi te tohu o tô râtou pukumahi.”

Koinei te whakatau keremi tuarima kua oti i te Karauna, â, ko te mea tuarua tçnei i whakaaetia me tçtahi iwi o te rohe of Mataatua. Nô te marama o Maehe ka hainatia tçtahi Tûtohinga Whakatau Keremi i waenganui i a Ngâti Awa me te Karauna.

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