Haami Piripi: iwi need to be leading conversations on water

May 11, 2022, 3:07 p.m.

The Aupōuri Aquifer is before the Environment Court this week and Haami Piripi says he is presenting to ensure Māori and more specifically iwi voices are heard in relation to water. Haami Piripi says orchard operators need to consult with iwi appropriately on all decisions that could affect lands and waterways.

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