SPEECHES/MEDIA/NEWS

In 1994 Matiu Māreikura addressed the Waitangi Tribunal, in the WAI 167 Whanganui River claim hearing’, speaking of the close ancestral inter-connectedness between the Whanganui River and Whanganui iwi.

 

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Ngā Tāngata Tiaki o Whanganui AGM

Te Ripo and Te Kōpuka  nā te Awa Tupua Hui

Te Ihingarangi Marae, Poro-o-Tarao Road, Waimiha

Thursday 30 May 2019; 1pm

 

TURAMA HAWIRA

Te pou o te whakatupua

Te Pou o te whakatawhito

Te pou o Ranginui e tū nei.

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INAUGERAL TE KOPUKA HUI SPEECH

E rere kau mai te Awanui mai i te Kahui Maunga ki Tangaroa

Ko au te Awa, ko te Awa ko au

 

It is our privilege and our responsibility, to come to this forum today to share with you our role as Te Pou Tupua.

In this shared presentation, I will traverse some of the back-story; the origins and the intent of the role.

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Iwi Chairs Forum

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Bringing together knowledge holders like scientist, researchers and guardians of Māori natural resources to find ways to protect Wai Māori [Fresh Waters]. 

Delaraine Armstrong adds “Tai Tokerau has unique impacts due to the size of our coastlines and the interaction of our fresh waters into the sea. We look forward to sharing our stories on the national stage”.

 

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IN THE MEDIA: Fresh Water protection discussed at Wai Māori Conference

Second Annual Assembly of First Nations National Water Symposium (February 26) Scotiabank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, Ontario. ​

 

HON DAME TARIANA TURIA  

 

E rere kau mai te Awanui Mai i te Kahui Maunga ki Tangaroa 

Ko au te Awa, ko te Awa ko au 

 

The great river flows from the mountain to the sea 

I am the river and the river is me. 

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First Nations National Water Symposium

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