A claims adjuster will then investigate your claim. The event. The Treaty settlement process is kind of like a two-pronged fork – the Waitangi Tribunal hears the claims regarding historic loss, and may also commission new research (funded through the Crown Forestry Rental Trust) and draw on expert witnesses. have any issues contact us on members@thespinoff.co.nz. It was established for a specific purpose, to hold and manage the assets received through the fisheries settlement, through an act of Crown legislation. Maranga mai e te iwi e. Independent journalism takes time, money and hard work to produce. This narrative (much like the other dominant media victim-blaming narrative – why can’t Ngāpuhi just get their shit together, aren’t you lot tired of being poor?) For the longest time, I wondered how the hearings process was even connected with the establishment and ongoing operation of post-settlement governance entities, those economic powerhouses (in other rohe) that I had heard so much about. Ngāpuhi iwi like Ngāti Hine then contain a number of different hapÅ«, each with their own particular perspectives and claims. If not satisfied with the response, the complaint may be referred to the online complaint form at www.presscouncil.org.nz along with a link to the relevant story and all correspondence with the publication. A quick recap on our settlement journey to date: 28 October 1835 – He Whakaputanga signed by rangatira, 6 February 1840 – Te Tiriti o Waitangi signed by rangatira, 1985 – Tribunal purpose extended to consider historic claims dating back to 1840, September 2008 – Deadline to file WAI Claims with Waitangi Tribunal for Te Tiriti breaches pre-1992, May 2010 – Feb 2011 – Te Paparahi o Te Raki Stage One Hearings, 2013 – Te Rōpū o Tūhoronuku Deed of Mandate and Addendum released for tribal members to ratify, December 2014 – March 2015 – Ngāpuhi Mandate Urgent Inquiry Hearings, December 2014 – Te Paparahi o Te Raki Waitangi Tribunal Stage One Report published, February 2014 – Crown recognises Tūhoronuku Mandate, December 2015 – Ngāpuhi Mandate Inquiry Waitangi Tribunal Report published, August 2016 – Maranga Mai Final Report released, June 2017 – Minister Chris Finlayson withdraws from Ngāpuhi Treaty Negotiations, October 2017 – Stage 2 hearings concluded (report writing ongoing), December 2017 – Te Rōpū o Tūhono formed of Te Kotahitanga o Ngā Hapū Ngāpuhi co-chairs, the Tūhoronuku chair and deputy chair and Andrew Little, October – December 2018 – Ngāpuhi Evolved Mandate Endorsement Process, individual and hapū votes. Little said the fund would give the Crown more options to put on the table and ensure ngā hapÅ« o Ngāpuhi didn't miss investment opportunities while they work through negotiations. 48% of individuals voted kāhore, 51% voted āe), and therefore the Tūhoronuku mandate. ‘Only the shadow of the land goes to the Queen, the substance remains with me’. Bougainville President Ishmael Toroama has released a statement firmly rejecting a claim that Australian company Caballus Mining will operate the Panguna copper mine. Ko ngā Rarangi Maunga ngā Poutokomanawa i hikia te Tahuhu o Te Whare O Ngāpuhi.” We are not anti-negotiations, however, we do require a pathway to addressing the matter of constitutional transformation before entering into any negotiations with the Crown. Those disconnected from their ūkaipō or disengaged from their hapū processes tend to be particularly vulnerable to manipulation in service of political agendas. But it is the last iwi in the country to settle its land claims. There’s a healing in being able to name our maunga, rohe, pā sites, kāinga, even as others occupy our land, barring us from our own important places and damaging Papatūānuku. Waikato - Tainui 's confiscation claims were settled for a package worth $170 million, in a mixture of cash and Crown-owned land. The Board has seen growth in … The Ngāpuhi Investment Fund Limited will be a new Crown company which will grow a portfolio of assets which can be offered to the Far North iwi in negotiations. ... More Maori Land Claims More prisoners let out More solo parents bludging More lockdowns More Neets walking around our streets with their pit bulls To focus on the rūnanga leadership is to miss the point: our Rūnanga is not, should not, and cannot be a proxy for Ngāpuhi te iwi. This was exemplified by our slogan ‘Āe Rānei, Kāhore Rānei?’ (yes or no, you decide). A $150 million investment fund is being established for Aotearoa's largest iwi, Ngāpuhi, in a step towards finally reaching a settlement. He uri ahau nō Ngāpuhi. The Fund will be interested in purchasing assets, including land, that could: • grow future financial value for Ngāpuhi; • re-establish the ngā hapÅ« o Ngāpuhi tribal footprint; and • encourage and … is a long and complex process, one that is often incomprehensible to the average whānau or hapū member. You'll then be asked to choose a password so you The goal throughout the whole process was to protect our whanaungatanga and develop and maintain shared hapū positions. I’ll be the first to confess that it took me a long time to understand the Treaty of Waitangi settlements process. Appointed as the researcher for the Taumata Kaumatua o Ngāpuhi following its formation in 1992, historian Dr Judith Ward read a submission to the minister on behalf of Ngāpuhi elder Kingi Taurua who was present but not well. One … As Ngā Hapū o Whangārei, we decided by consensus that an agreed pathway to addressing the sovereignty issue must be in place before our hapū enter into any negotiations for Te Tiriti o Waitangi redress. This would extinguish our claims with regard to our landmark stage one finding – that Ngāpuhi hapū did not cede sovereignty – a finding which the Crown has refused to engage with in any meaningful way. For those who are disconnected but want to contribute, kia māia. Ngā hapÅ« o Ngāpuhi will have the option, in future negotiations, of purchasing the Fund or its assets. Hongi Hika (c. 1772 – 6 March 1828) was a New Zealand Māori]] rangatira (chief) and war leader of the Ngāpuhi iwi (tribe). deleted in the past. The Ngāpuhi protesters camp on Puketiti, an old headland in the Bay of Islands town of Opua which was sold for … "To ask you to address first and foremost the old land claims. So it is that we Ngāpuhi claim a tribal area with boundaries described in this whakatauki or proverb: Te Whare O Ngāpuhi, Tāmaki Makaurau ki Te Rerenga Wairua. Roche has been appointed as chair for six months to establish the fund. We also have a custom editorial division which creates smart, shareable content for brands. A banner hangs on the wall at the hearings for Te Paparahi o Te Raki, also known as the Northland Inquiry in Waitangi, October 2017. After the hearings process is concluded, this is written into a comprehensive report, and the Tribunal makes a series of non-binding recommendations to the Crown. For those on the frontlines, many of whom have been on this journey for a long time, kia kaha. My name is Jade Kake, and the territories of my hapū of Te Parawhau and Ngāti Hau are in and around Whangārei, along the southern boundary of Ngāpuhi. can log in to The Spinoff. "It's had some of the hardest issues I've had to deal with but again, what I've found so rewarding is the engagement with iwi and learning the stories.". The history of loss and injustice cuts like a knife, but there is also a kind of healing in naming and understanding the hurt. After 1865 over 201,000 hectares of Ngāpuhi land went through the Native Land Court. Ngāpuhi’s whānau, hapÅ« and iwi and handed down through the generations on marae and other gathering places. We rely on donations to fund our work. Joining him on the board is Māori development consultant Ripeka Evans, Northland businessman Lindsay Faithfull, chartered accountant Sarah Petersen and experienced fund manager Geoff Taylor. The land is also part of a Waitangi claim submitted by Sir James Henare over 30 years ago, which calls for control of the whenua to be returned to Ngāpuhi, … My koroua was born in Kerikeri, Pēwhairangi (Bay of Islands), a descendant of Te Wera Hauraki, a rangatira of Te Uri Taniwha, who walked with the likes of Hongi Hika and Pōmare I, of the Ngāpuhi chiefs who had first contact with the British and many a meeting with … More recently they have worked with the original mandate leaders, Hone Sadler and Sonny Taniera Tau, on a working group and roadshows convened by the Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little. Te RÅ«nanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi Chair Rāniera (Sonny) Tau said in some cases majority shareholders in multiple-owned Māori land blocks were being held to ransom by the minority. My understanding was complicated by growing up in the diaspora (in Australia), but still tethered to the whenua, enveloped within my whānau, and proud of an identity intertwined with a mamae I couldn’t quite name. The personal and political were inseparable. for support, It looks like this account has been A much more interesting and relevant story is the whakatau to remove the Tūhoronuku mandate and return the mana of decision making to the hapū. Photo / Michael Cunningham. As a kid I wondered how our whānau had come to lose so much. The Board of Trustees for Te RÅ«nanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi (the RÅ«nanga) are resolute they are fit for purpose to lead Ngāpuhi. 48% of individuals voted kāhore, 51% voted āe, The Bulletin: Nervous wait for Northland and Auckland, The Bulletin: What happens next after Northland Covid-19 case, The Bulletin: High alert as woman in Northland tests Covid-positive. The Crown hasn't been able to reach a settlement with Ngāpuhi, which has more than 100 registered sub-tribes or hapÅ«, in more than a decade. Ātea coverage is made with support from Creative New Zealand. After I moved home to Aotearoa and started to build a professional career centred on contributing to my whānau and hapū, I began the slow process of learning my history. There is a subtle but very important difference between those concepts. Yet as we navigate the trauma of our daily lives, the whole process can seem hopelessly abstract. In the post-settlement arena, resources and statutory powers are granted to iwi-level entities (although some seem to be hapū or super-hapū that have contorted and morphed into iwi for the purpose of settlement). The Spinoff Weekly compiles the best stories of the week – an essential guide to modern life in New Zealand, emailed out on Monday evenings. The co-leaders of the hapÅ« alliance, Pita Tipene and Rudy Taylor, have worked together for years on hapÅ« land claims with the Waitangi Tribunal process. Why my mother and her siblings (and in turn myself, my sibling and my cousins) were never granted access to our reo. Our claimants were tired, and the hits were coming hard and fast. Ko ngā paatu ko Ngāti Whātua, Te Rārawa, Te Aupouri, Ngāti Kahu, Ngāpuhi ki roto. "The scale of the fund will allow it to build a base of assets throughout the rohe and beyond that may not otherwise be available for the Crown to offer, and provides a boost in investment for Te Tai Tokerau," Little said. The Spinoff is subject to NZ Media Council procedures. History Foundations. As well as the healing that comes with giving voice to the wrongs, the report is used to quantify loss, and forms the basis of negotiations for cultural and commercial redress. For me, the first critical part of the settlement process is naming and quantifying our loss. After 1865 over 201,000 hectares of Ngāpuhi land went through the Native Land Court. "The fund sends a clear signal of our intention to seek to meet the aspirations of ngā hapÅ« o Ngāpuhi for redress for their people and their rohe when they are ready," said Little. We are located at 14 McDonald Street, Morningside, Auckland 1025. One of the issues is the Crown has persistently insisted it will only negotiate a single commercial settlement for the entire iwi because of the risk of overlapping claims. We’ll continue to mahitahi, to work together, and to protect our whanaungatanga even in the face of divisive action by the Crown. Not just acknowledging the wrong, the hara, but setting it right. Radio NZ reported in December: Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little will be forced to go back to the drawing board after Ngāpuhi overwhelmingly rejected a mandate for its Treaty settlement. The other parallel workstream is the recognition of a mandate, granting a purpose-built entity permission to negotiate redress on behalf of an iwi or a ‘large natural grouping’ of hapū – one which will ultimately build the new entity that will receive and manage the redress. This made it … It is about balance. More than 70% of Ngāpuhi hapū rejected the evolved mandate proposal (the outcome – 73 Ngāpuhi hapū said kāhore, 31 hapū said āe. If you Ngāpuhi in negotiations as commercial redress for historical grievances. Near the beginning of my own political awakening, I read a lot. If you work for a self-insured employer, you must file your claim with them.Contact your employer's personnel department for help. 🌱 Formal Presentation with Susan Healy, Ingrid Huygens + JJ Carberry In terms of sovereignty, the Ngāpuhi Nui Tonu claim regarding He Whakaputanga and Te Tiriti o Waitangi is the most significant claim to the Waitangi Tribunal. It also sent a "clear signal of our intention" to endeavour to meet the redress. This settles a cross-claim that had affected the relationship between the Hauraki Collective and Tauranga iwi. The journey towards settlement (a misnomer – can a Treaty ever be settled?) Please enable JavaScript to view the page content. Over the past year (post the mobilisation of our hapū to engage in the Tūhono process and ultimately reject the evolved mandate proposal), we have not been idle. Before 1865 Ngāpuhi lost in excess of 72,000 hectares of land in the Hokianga and Bay of Islands through pre-treaty claims by Europeans, so-called surplus land passed to the Crown, and other dubious Crown purchases. Ngāpuhi protesters occupying private land in the Bay of Islands town of Opua say they're prepared to stand in front of bulldozers to stop a housing development. National MP Shane Reti said today he was disappointed his party's leader was not allowed to speak during the Parliamentary pōwhiri in Waitangi. This came to a head late last year, when the hapū of Ngāpuhi resoundingly rejected a last ditch attempt to ‘evolve’ the mandate and make it fit for purpose. Ngāpuhi (or Ngā Puhi) is a Māori iwi associated with the Northland region of New Zealand and centred in the Hokianga, the Bay of Islands, and Whangarei. Final voting results released yesterday confirmed the evolved Ngāpuhi treaty settlement mandate failed to win the vote of its people.In November, the vote on the Evolved Mandate to move […] L&I’s Claim & Account Center. Ngāpuhi secured the landmark Waitangi Tribunal ruling that its chiefs did not cede their sovereignty when they signed Te Tiriti. We’ve held firm to that position. The settlement was accompanied by a formal apology as part of the claims legislation, granted Royal assent by Queen Elizabeth II in person during her … Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations at the upper marae at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds in 2020. Little made changes to make the settlement process easier, including making $500,000 available for hapÅ« to meet for hui and wananga. The media seems to take a kind of malicious glee in highlighting our dysfunction, trauma and internal divisions which, when consumed in the public arena by a Pākehā-majority, is used by many to confirm their racist and colonial beliefs. We’ll continue to mahitahi, to work together, and to protect our whanaungatanga even in the face of divisive action by the Crown. For those who are disconnected but want to contribute, kia māia. A complaint must first be directed in writing, within one month of publication, to info@thespinoff.co.nz. Every stone I turned, revealed another painful truth lurking beneath it. His program is prescriptive and top down,” said Pierre Lyndon, the Ngāpuhi reo expert and well-known Te News writer, criticising the Crown’s LNG policy. Before your claim is filed you should: get medical help, and tell your employer. Members account. Hapū rangatiratanga and the retention and protection of our whanaungatanga has remained at our core as we combat Crown attempts to corral us into a single Ngāpuhi ‘full and final settlement’. Take the time to listen, learn, and build relationships. The Crown hasn't been able to reach a settlement with Ngāpuhi, which has more than 100 registered sub-tribes or hapÅ«, in more than a decade. In my experience, building up a picture of our whānau and hapū loss through the Waitangi Tribunal process is often carried by a small and committed group of claimants with the support of their whānau or hapū. A $150 million investment fund has been set up for the benefit of Ngāpuhi as the Government continues settlement negotiations with the Northland iwi. The best way to get involved is to return to your, Ten common misconceptions about the Covid-19 vaccine, debunked, The hard seltzers of New Zealand, reviewed and ranked, Siouxsie Wiles & Toby Morris: Covid-19 transmission 101, Meet six more of Aotearoa’s lost sporting legends in the new season of Scratched, Tribunal purpose extended to consider historic claims dating back to 1840, Ngāpuhi Mandate Inquiry Waitangi Tribunal Report, Ngāpuhi Evolved Mandate Endorsement Process, the outcome – 73 Ngāpuhi hapū said kāhore, 31 hapū said āe. Why our parents, aunties and uncles were given good Pākehā names, and not the kind that would strengthen their identity and whakapapa, but also make them targets in a new assimilationist world. Possible resolutions are … Chief Crown Negotiator for Ngāpuhi and chair of the New Zealand Transport Agency, Sir Brian Roche, will chair the fund and a board will oversee the fund. But as our settlement process languished, and I became more and more active within our hapū spaces in Whangārei, I found myself drawn into the fray. www.rnz.co.nz Last edited: Oct 20, 2020. Whānau and hapū trawl their own memories, collective histories, archives, and together with professional historians, analysts, lawyers and technicians, work to document and demonstrate the historic breaches of Te Tiriti o Waitangi after 1840 but before 1992, each claim allotted a WAI number by the Waitangi Tribunal. The Ministers today said they have recognized the mandate of TÅ«horonuku to negotiate as an independent mandated authority for the settlement of the claims of the country’s largest iwi, Ngāpuhi. President Toroama’s statement was in response to landowner group Panguna Tangkuúrang Chiefs’ claims that they’d approved Caballus Mining to operate the mine. Little has described the Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations "the most challenging and the most rewarding portfolio". Ko Jade Kake tōku ingoa. Slowly, I began to piece it together. The evolved mandate proposal determined that the issue of sovereignty was a separate matter, and that this could be dealt with after negotiations had commenced. I decided early on that Treaty settlements were not the space where I would be best placed to contribute. Throughout the Tūhono process, a small group of us in Whangārei worked tirelessly to run an intensive campaign to ensure our whānau and hapū were informed and engaged throughout the process. You will receive a claim acknowledgement by mail, e-mail or telephone call. Much of the media reporting on Ngāpuhi of late has focussed on the rūnanga leadership issue. “The Minister has been badly advised. This email is not associated with a Spinoff The fund can invest in a wide variety of New Zealand assets - including land-based businesses and standard financial assets to grow the fund. Land that was traditionally owned by the community was given to individuals. Why collectively we only had a few scraps of land, and although our grandparents had grown up on the whenua, we couldn’t anymore. Te Hauangiangi was the daughter of Puhi, who captained the Mataatua canoe northwards from the Bay of Plenty.. For those on the frontlines, many of whom have been on this journey for a long time, kia kaha. Far North Holdings says sovereignty claims by Ngāpuhi protesters occupying private land earmarked for housing development in Ōpua are matters for the Crown to address. If you can help, donate to The Spinoff Members.Â. The second part, which has only ever occurred to a partial degree, is the transfer of power, and the return of land and resources. Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Minister Andrew Little made it his priority this term to get a settlement across the line with ngā hapÅ« o Ngāpuhi [the subtribes of Ngāpuhi] which has eluded all of his predecessors. Housing advocate Jade Kake has been working with her hapÅ« to increase engagement in the ongoing Ngāpuhi settlement and TÅ«hono process. Hapū members and dedicated kaimahi within the various parts of Ngāpuhi have worked tirelessly to establish a shared Unity of Purpose. Official city government site. Te Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis said today's decision was a crucial one for the future of Ngāpuhi. The Tribunal, in Te Paparahi o te Raki inquiry (Wai 1040), [16] is considering the Māori and Crown understandings of He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga / The Declaration of Independence 1835 and Te Tiriti o Waitangi / the Treaty of Waitangi 1840. Please try again or contact members@thespinoff.co.nz The hapū of Ngāpuhi have never ceded sovereignty to the Crown, and that the hapū of Ngāpuhi will never cede sovereignty. Housing advocate Jade Kake has been working with her hapū to increase engagement in the ongoing Ngāpuhi settlement and Tūhono process. Your support ID is: 9808675680154065355. As well ngā hapÅ« o Ngāpuhi will be able to apply for grants for social development and governance while the Crown and iwi work towards eventually reaching a settlement. Through intermarriage with other iwi and expansionist land … The healing in relearning our own history, in healing and grieving and learning together. We use Policy to help decide who to vote for. The Spinoff Daily gets you all the day's best reading in one handy package, fresh to your inbox Monday-Friday at 5pm. is divisive and unhelpful. If you’d like to log in you’ll need to set up a new members account. The narrative (and legal precedent) to date is that full redress is not possible, and that 1-3% is all we should ever hope for, and that maybe over time, we can buy our land back and heal our people who have been fragmented and badly damaged by colonisation. Photo: Leonie Hayden. I listened. We drink L'affare by day. There’s a healing in knowing and naming our tūpuna, strengthening and celebrating our whanaungatanga as we continue to exist as uri, as living descendants. The evidence was given over five weeks at the initial Ngāpuhi claim hearings in 2010 and 2011. The Tūhono process was a fraught one, imposing restrictions on our consensus decision-making process as hapū, and forcing us into a Crown-determined process whereby the tyranny of the majority serves only to undermine the traditional social and cultural structures in our hapū. Owners of Māori land have a right to develop their land and take advantage of opportunities to develop their land. There’s a healing in reclaiming our reo, even as I stumble over the words. In 2010 the Waitangi Tribunal began hearings into the Ngāpuhi's claim that sovereignty was not given up in their signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. Waikato iwi Ngāti Hinerangi have agreed to gift land back to Tauranga Moana and enter into a shared governance arrangement over other land. Little made the announcement about the $150 million fund at Waitangi today - almost a year since making his historic speech completely in te reo. Despite what you may have been told, utu is not about revenge, it is not about retaliation. Waitangi Day: Labour's Māori caucus met with small protest over land sale at Te Tii Marae - NZ ... Claire Trevett: Covid 19 coronavirus - the Waitangi conundrum for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern... Covid-19 coronavirus: Waitangi Day, Battle of Te Ruapekapeka events to go ahead - NZ Herald, Breaking the cycle: Domestic abuser turns life around with tikanga course, 'Heart wrenching': Massive fire at school - classrooms, staffroom destroyed, Waitangi live: 'We can be a beacon of light from the bottom of our world', 'Addicted to cars': The decade-long plan to change Hawke's Bay's transport habits, How Hawke's Bay's teaching shortage solved itself, Confirmed: Tuivasa-Sheck signs with Super Rugby franchise. Presented first to open the Ngāpuhi’s claim before the Waitangi Tribunal, Sadler’s narrative is a powerful Māori oral account, presented here in te reo and English on facing pages, of the story of New Zealand’s largest iwi. I was fortunate to have been a part of this group, analysing the evolved mandate (Tūhono) proposal and mobilising our hapū to engage in these processes and ultimately determine our own destiny. Work is also under way to set up a Crown office in Kaikohe to provide dedicated support for hapÅ« - and Little has previously indicated he is happy to break into smaller groups when it comes to negotiating cultural redress. I am of an entangled whakapapa of British, Irish and Scottish mingling with TÅ«hoe, Maniapoto and Ngāpuhi. Hearings on claims are expected to take four to six years, but legal sources say it is likely the tribunal will issue a groundbreaking constitutional interim report by the end of this year. Citizen, business, and visitor information sections, plus city government information. The decision to grant the mandate to negotiate the historic claims of Ngāpuhi to Tūhoronuku (which has maintained notoriously close ties with the Ngāpuhi Rūnanga), has been contentious since before the Deed of Mandate was signed. 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