Te Puni Kōkiri invites submissions, views or inquiries about the Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust’s (Iwi Trust) Deed of Mandate. Submissions must reach Te Puni Kōkiri no later than Monday, 25 August 2014
Published: Rāmere, 01 Hereturikōkā, 2014 | Friday, 1 August 2014
Te Puni Kōkiri invites submissions, views or inquiries about the Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri Iwi Trust’s (Iwi Trust) Deed of Mandate. Submissions must reach Te Puni Kōkiri no later than Monday, 25 August 2014. All correspondence will be subject to the Official Information Act 1982. Submissions can be mailed to the Manager, Treaty Settlements Team, Te Puni Kōkiri, PO Box 3943, WELLINGTON 6140, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of all submissions will be provided to the Iwi Trust.
The Iwi Trust, on behalf of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri, seeks to enter into direct settlement negotiations for the comprehensive and final settlement of all Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri’s historical Treaty of Waitangi claims. The proposed settlement will require ratification by Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri before a Deed of Settlement is signed with the Crown.
The Deed of Mandate states that the Iwi Trust held six mandate hui from 8 February 2014 to 22 March 2014. These hui took place on the Chatham Islands and in Auckland, Waitara, Wellington and Christchurch. Voting was carried out by postal ballot, by internet ballot and ballot cast at mandate hui. Seventy six percent of those who participated voted in favour of the resolution to mandate the Iwi Trust to negotiate Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri’s historical claims.
The claims to be negotiated by the Iwi Trust are all claims, whether registered or unregistered, that arise from Crown actions and omissions that occurred prior to 21 September 1992, including, but not limited to: Wai 65, Wai 181, Wai 460 and Wai 1382. Wai claims to be negotiated also include Wai 64 insofar as it relates to Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri.
The Iwi Trust is seeking a mandate to represent all persons of Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri who descend from the ancestors listed below, including those who can affiliate to the following marae or hapū listed below.
NGĀTI MUTUNGA O WHAREKAURI ANCESTORS
Mutunga and Te Rerehua; and any one or more of the following:
Ana, Ane, Ani Kamu, Ani Kareti, Ani Muta, Anikamu Naera, Apitea Punga, Apitia, Aramaera Hohepa, Arapera Puta, Arirota Pana, Ema Heta, Ema Hetaraka, Enoka Te Poki, Epiha Kawhe, Haena (Haeana), Hamuera Koteriki, Hana Hohepa, Hapua, Hare Petere, Hare Te Uenuku, Haringa te Tomo, Haringa Te Tomo, Harota, Haurangi, Henare Reriti, Henare Te Tarata, Heni Hanuera (Hamuera), Heni Naera (Naero), Henrietta (Henerieta), Henrietta (Henerieta) Haimona, Hera, Hera Hana, Hera Waitaoro, Heremaia Katene, Heremaia Ngamate, Herewini Ngakiki, Heta Namu, Hetaraka Rangituataka, Hetarakau (Heteraka) Tipene, Hewa, Hokipera, Hori Muru Ahi, Horiana Hamuera, Horina, Horina Toki, Ihaka Tini, Ihakara Ngapuke, Ihakara Te Rerengahuia, Ihipera Hohepa, Inia Ngamate, Kaata, Kareti, Kati Watene, Kawhena, Kereopa Puanaki, Ketu, Kirihipu Roire, Koeti Ihaka, Korewharewha, Maea Henare, Maikara Henare, Maina Ngamate, Makareta Tamihana, Makarini Hohepa, Mangere, Manuera (Hamuera) Koteriki, Manuera Hohepa, Mapere, Marereira Te Peke, Matene Te Karamu, Matene Wairua, Matiaha Te Whitu, Mere Ihakara, Mere Rakatau, Mereana (Merana) Reriti, Miriana, Mitai Pomare (Pupu), Mokena Huriwhenua, Mokena Pene, Muruahi, Naera, Naera Pomare, Natanahira Ngapeinga, Ngahiwi, Ngamate, Ngapera Tapirirua, Ngarata (Ngaroto) Muruahi, Ngarenaera, Ngaroto, Ngatau, Ngatere, Ngatere Retimana, Ngatuhinga, Ngaurupa, Ngawhanga Ahenata, Ngawharewhiti, Ngawharewhiti Kawae, Ngawiwi, Onepu, Paina Te Poke, Paipa, Paiuru Tipene, Pamariki Raumoa, Pana Ngaue, Pangapanga (Pangopanga), Paraere, Paranihi, Pene Tamahuhu, Peti Hohepa, Piriha Toenga, Pirika Rangi Puahoaho, Pitiroi Ngamate, Pomani Rangikatohau (Ranikutohau), Rakataau, Rakataau Katihi, Rakera Hamuera, Ranauwhe, Rangihiroa (Watakina Rangihiroa), Raniera Pewa, Rawiri Te Rakataau, Rea Rakataau, Remihana Tapae, Reriti Hipa, Retimana (Retimona), Retimana Ngamate, Riakio Wharepa, Rihania, Rihania Wharepa, Ritatone Paewhenua, Ritihia Hare, Roera Rakataau, Rohi, Ropata Retimana (Retimona), Ropata Te Uruotu, Ruhia, Ruihana, Rutera Piripi, Rutu Te Tomo, Taanga, Takuri Hiku Mapu, Tamati Makarati, Tamati Muruahi, Tauru Mateora (Matioro), Te Ahi, Te Ahi Rata, Te Haina, Te Hau Kowhaki, Te Hiko, Te Hutuna Are, Te Karetu (Kareti), Te Kati Watene, Te Kawhaki, Te Meihana Ngamate, Te Oti, Te Oti Kerei, Te Pahi, Te Pahi Tamihana, Te Poranga, Te Tahana, Tepania, Tiopira Rewha, Tipene Mihirau, Tipunaia Te Umu, Tipunuia Toenga, Tiripi (Tiripa), Titore, Toenga (Te Poki), Ture Naera, Tutairau Maranamu (Tatairau Karanama) (Tatairau Raranama), Tutere Tuta, Unaiki, Uriana, Wata Rore, Watakina Rangihiroa, Watarore Pihuka, Watikini Te Rangihiroa, Wawe, Wi Naera, Wi Tahuhu, Wi Tamihana, Wi Te Tahuhu, Wiremu Hohepa, Wiremu Kingi Naera, Wiremu Naera Pomare, Wiremu Piti Tamihana, Wiremu Tamihana Reokore, Wiremu Te Teira Te Rakataura, Wiremu Tewi and Wiremu Wharepa.
NGĀTI MUTUNGA O WHAREKAURI HAPŪ
Ngāti Mutunga, Ngāti Kekerewai, Ngāti Haumia and Ngāti Tama.
NGĀTI MUTUNGA O WHAREKAURI MARAE
Ngā kainga whare o Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri, Te Pa a Tangaroa (Marae tuturu) and Whakamaharatanga.
DEED OF MANDATE
A copy of the Deed of Mandate can be viewed at www.tpk.govt.nz, www.nmow.co.nz; www.ots.govt.nz or at:
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