Maanu Paul: Tino Rangatiratanga of water remains with Māori

May 17, 2022, 3:21 p.m.

Maanu Paul says the environment should be a paramount focus for Māori, the Governor-General, and the government. Paul says the government thinks it has te mana o te wai. He says there needs to be appropriate wānanga to discuss water rights. He says regardless of the government's understanding of water, Tino Rangatiratanga of wai still remains with Māori

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