Alana Thomas Appointed As Māori Land Court Judge

May 22, 2023, 11:05 a.m.

Crown officials, lawyers, whānau and friends, along with the home people of Ngāti Rēhia, gathered at Te Tii over the weekend to witness the swearing-in of Judge Alana Miriana Thomas of Ngāti Rehia, Ngāti Kurī and Ngāpuhi, who has recently been appointed as a permanent judge to the Māori Land Court. Far North District councillor Tāmati Rākena attended the occasion and has returned feeling enormously proud to be a Māori from Te Taitokerau.

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