Where to next for Aoteroa's biggest tribe in the treaty claims?

Nov. 20, 2017, 7:19 p.m.

The Treaty of Waitangi Settlement with Aotearoa's largest Iwi, Ngāpuhi, has always been a point for hot debate on both sides of the spectrum.  The Hon. Andrew Little, has said that redress and settlement for Ngāpuhi is at the top of the priority list. What this means for the future of Tūhoronuku and Te Kotahinga remains unseen, what was very clear at the hui held at The Copthorne Hotel is that hapū rangatiratanga is still at the forefront of everyone's minds. 

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