3 edition of Preliminary report on the Te Arawa representative geothermal resource claims (Wai 153) found in the catalog.
Preliminary report on the Te Arawa representative geothermal resource claims (Wai 153)
New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Waitangi Tribunal report,, 7 WTR|
|LC Classifications||KUQ354 .W35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||94153579|
was an eventful year in the history of New Zealand. Two events occurred which are reflected in this edition of the New Zealand Official Yearbook —women gained the right to vote, signalling the start of a century when the status of women would become an issue of significance to New Zealanders, and the first New Zealand Official Yearbook was published. stand alone. rather, it is a contextual report, prepared as a preliminary step towards the completion of our inquiry into Te Paparahi o Te raki treaty claims. This report represents the completion of stage 1 of that inquiry. n i stage 2, we will consider the claims of Te aki Māori that r the Crown has in various ways acted inconsistently withFile Size: 10MB.
ABSTRACTThe history of state-sanctioned planning is generally urban and commences in the early twentieth century. It is a history in which Indigenous people remain relatively invisible until the s. By the s, New Zealand’s Indigenous people, Māori, despite having lost much of their land, remained a visible presence in society. In Rotorua, the traditional Māori villages of Ohinemutu Author: Caroline Miller. An earlier settlement with Te Pumautanga o Te Arawa was put on hold because the government was not confident of the support of other parties, including New Zealand First. Now Te Pumautanga is working with the Central North Island Iwi Collective on a wider deal, which would involve the transfer of Crown forest lands in the area into a settlement.
General Assembly. Distr. GENERAL. 22 August ORIGINAL: ARABIC/CHINESE ENGLISH/FRENCH/ RUSSIAN/SPANISH. “Te rohe o te iwi” is the tribal district. (The term “hapu” is used with the same meaning as in the Ngati Awa evidence.) The Ngati Awa have made a number of claims about the confiscation of their lands, and the consequences, which they have presented to the Waitangi Tribunal in closely documented evidence.
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Get this from a library. Preliminary report on the Te Arawa representative geothermal resource claims (Wai ). [New Zealand. Waitangi Tribunal.] -- "Report on three claims by hapu of Te Arawa concerning their interest in the geothermal resource in the Rotorua district The report is confined to the claimants' interest in surface.
Wai 14 Taranaki Report: KaupapaTuatahi. Wai Preliminary Report on the Te Arawa Representative Geothermal Resource Claims. Wai Whanganui River Report. Wai Te Ika Whenua - Energy Assets Report. Wai Te Ika Whenua Rivers Report.
Wai Ngawha Geothermal ResourceRiver Report. Wai Fisheries Settlement Report. Wai Te. Rotorua District Council News. 10 April - Council, Te Tatau o Te Arawa and Te Arawa Lakes Trust unite to find a leader, who will guide council in its relationship with Te Arawa.
Resource consent marks another step towards the restoration and strengthening of the city's iconic Te Whare Taonga. Historical Treaty Settlement Te Pūmautanga o Te Arawa Trust Te Pūmautanga o Te Arawa represents aro people of 11 Te Arawa iwi and hapū – known as the Affiliate Te Arawa Iwi/Hapū.
Legal Rights to Minerals in Geothermal Fluids 14 Geothermal Energy Act The Geothermal Energy A ct was New Zealand’s ﬁrst general geothermal enactment. The Te Arawa Maori people have been closely associated with tourism for over years and this is recognized by the domestic market.
However, the Maori component of Rotorua is found not to be an. Formed after the Te Arawa Lakes Settlement between the Crown and Te Arawa tribe, it returns ownership of the beds of a number of lakes in the Bay of Plenty area to Te Arawa, along with a dedicated role in the management of the lakes.
5 The Trust aims to increase the financial asset base of the organisation alongside supporting people into. February 1. Pōwhiri, Mihi Whakatau Ngāti Oneone. Karakia: Temple Isaacs 2. Opening comments Willie Te Aho facilitated the hui and began by explaining how the hui would progress.
Discussion documents and information packs have been made available to participants. Participants were invited to introduce themselves.
Representatives from relevant government agencies then. The word is used in this sense in many statutes eg Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act s, Criminal Justice Act s2, Crown Minerals Act ss, Fisheries Act ss2 &Historic Places Act s25, Orakei Act s2, Resource Management Act ss2 & (in contrast to “te iwi Mäori” at s), Transit NZ.
WAITANGI TRIBUNAL Te Arawa Mandate Report HIGH COURT Takamore Case Download Maori Law Review October ( KB PDF) Annual index Māori Law Review Index December to November September Contents.
In Premier Richard Seddon had described Te Urewera as ‘the most broken part of the country he had visited’ In the early twentieth century Ngāi Tūhoe asked for roads, giving more t hectares for roads to help develop farming and logging, but most never eventuated In Te Whenuanui III wrote to Ngata seeking to.
The geothermal features of Paepaehakumanu Motutara were created according to ancient Maori teachings, by Ngatoroirangi, the tohunga (priest) who guided Te Arawa canoe to Aotearoa. Rotorua was the location of several battles and traditional history relates that Te Tawharakurupeti battle between Te Arawa and Ngati Tuwharetoa was fought in and.
Te Arawa Lakes Trust Board 11_08_08 Roturua. Treaty of Waitangi Claims Collective (5) for Tai Tokerau 07_08_08 Wairoa. Te Runanga o Te Rarawa 28_01_08 Waimamaku, Hokianga. Session Chair, with Hisao Ito, International Continental Drilling Program Rapid Drilling Workshop, Tokyo, JP.
28/6/17 Entrance fee likely for famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing once local iwi settles with Crown Local iwi, Ngati Tuwharetoa, will sign its Deed of Settlement with the Crown on Saturday next week and part of the deal gives iwi dual-guardianship over the Tongaririo National Park and decision making power.
Increasing Understanding This section contains tools for raising awareness and promoting quality urban design processes and projects. Knowledge of design possibilities and an understanding of processes will help people participate in the future of their town or city in constructive ways. As people become aware of what is possible, their expectations will encourage investors.
6 Our picturesque heritage: years of looking at the land, one in which aesthetics Romantic were important and the New Zealanders’ relationships with the landscape could be expressed.
Many factors coincided to make this politically possible. Scientists were voicing concerns about losing indigenous flora and fauna even before many species. Appendix ii: Procedural Steps from the Petroleum Report () to the Report on the Management of the Petroleum Resource ().
Appendix iii: Select Record of Inquiry. The Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes Strategy was updated in in consultation again with the community. This vision was reaffirmed and remains the guiding di- rection for co management via our Rotorua Te Arawa Lakes Programme work today.
While the focus of the strategy is on how the partners work together to deliver on this. Administrative Review of the Treaty of Waitangi Settlement Process Jessica Andrew This paper looks at administrative review of the negotiation and settlement process for Treaty of Waitangi historical claims.
The foundation is an analysis of the current treatment of these claims within the political arena, the Waitangi Tribunal and the courts. Section 8 of the Resource Management Act Section 10(o) of the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind Act Section 24(2)(a) of the Royal Society of New Zealand Act Section 9 of the State Owned Enterprises Act Section 8(e) of the Te Urio Hau Claims Settlement Act.
The council, Te Tatau o Te Arawa and Te Arawa Lakes Trust have joined forces to recruit a leader to guide council's relationship with the iwi. Chief executive Geoff Williams says Ngāti Whakaue kaumātua Monty Morrison is stepping down from the kaitiaki ahurea Māori role to give him more time to fulfill his tribal leadership commitments.The 93rd edition of the New Zealand Official Yearbook continues our tradition of providing an authoritative description of a country and its people in one volume.
Since the Yearbook has given New Zealand and overseas readers an Introduction to the nation's social, economic and cultural life and institutions.Claims (Waikato River) Settlement Actthe Ngati Tuwharetoa, Raukawa, and Te Arawa River Iwi Waikato River Actand with additional responsibilities arising from the Nga Wai o Maniapoto (Waipa River) Act (and He Mahere Taiao – The Maniapoto Iwi Environmental Management Plan).