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Ngapuhi survey 2013

Jobs, tribal unity and housing are the most important issues facing Ngāpuhi, the biggest iwi of Aotearoa, says a Horizon Research survey report released on Friday 15 March.

The survey also found that Ngāpuhi overwhelmingly hope that the coming Te Tiriti o Waitangi settlement will provide education support, improved health, the creation of new jobs and unity.

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Report to Ngapuhi Whanui from Tuhoronuku Interim Chairman

Te Rōpū O Tūhoronuku Interim Chairman, Raniera (Sonny) Tau reports to Ngāpuhi whanui on the Kaumātua Kuia hui held at Te Rūnanga A Iwi O Ngāpuhi on the 12th October 2012.

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Horizon Research Ngapuhi Poll July 2011

This survey was conducted by Horizon Research from the 2nd to the 22nd July 2011.

Main Conclusions;

A significant majority support a negotiated settlement
There is majority support for a parallel process (i.e. direct settlement negotiations with
the Crown for an early settlement, while at the same time individual Ngapuhi Treaty
claims are heard through the Waitangi Tribunal).
A significant majority support a united Ngapuhi settlement.
A significant majority support Tuhoronuku having a mandate to negotiate with the
Crown on behalf of all Ngapuhi
Respondents want to see education, job and business growth, improved health and
revitalisation of the reo and Ngapuhi culture as key priorities following settlement.
Only 29.7% feel well informed about the settlement process; this figure is much higher
in Northland. Many of those not yet supporting a Tuhoronuku mandate want to know
more about the negotiators and to ensure consultation is widespread.


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Hui Evaluation Report

Full evaluation report on the series of Information hui held across Aotearoa and Australia in June to August 2010.

Waitangi Tribunal Hearings 2010

Waitangi Tribunal Hearings 2010
Week 1 - May 10th to 14th
Week 2 June 14th to 18th

Review of hearing timetable
Week 3 August 9th to 13th
Week 4 October 11th to 15th