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The Maori King travelled up Waikato River on traditional waka this morning.
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2/01/2013 10:52:35 p.m.
peter latoa wrote:
Maori have Guardianship_ fullstop _ its in the treaty if you read it. Now guardianship means they control the kiatiaki for benefit of the people, both Maori and pakeha, they see if you leave to global companies like the energy companies that they will suck out the kaitiaiki of the waterways o this land as well as the money out of you __ so be it __ its iwi rights according to Queen. Victoria
19/10/2012 8:32:55 a.m.
Prior State....would that mean it would of ended up a third world country.
16/10/2012 4:03:59 p.m.
who owns the rain then Mr Morgan ? the rain that fills the waterways. as for the "journey also acknowledged Tainui's cultural and spiritual connection to its tupuna awa"would Tainui sell it like Te Uri o Hau sold theirs ?
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