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Tribunal Inquiry Concerning the Northland Claims

Public Notice - For immediate release

Waitangi Tribunal Inquiry Under the Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975 Concerning the Northland Claims

NOTICE is hereby given that the Waitangi Tribunal will hold a Judicial Conference for claims in the Northland Inquiries (Wai 1040) on 31 March 2006. The purpose for this is to allow the Tribunal, claimants and the Crown to consider the Ngapuhi Claims Process Design Group's proposal on how the Tribunal should prepare for and hear Northland claims.

The conference will commence at 9:00am on Friday 31 March 2006:

Venue: Copthorne Resport Bay of Island
Tau Henare Dr, Paihia.

The judicial conference is open to the public and further information can be obtained from:

The Registrar
Waitangi Tribunal
PO Box 5022
Ph: (04) 914 3000
Fax: (04) 914 3001

Tina Mihaere for Registrar
Waitangi Tribunal


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