2 edition of Report of Committee on Marae Subsidies to Honourable Matiu Rata, Minister of Maori Affairs. found in the catalog.
Report of Committee on Marae Subsidies to Honourable Matiu Rata, Minister of Maori Affairs.
New Zealand. Committee on Marae Subsidies.
Chairman: Koro Wetere.
|Contributions||New Zealand. Maori and Island Affairs Dept.|
|LC Classifications||DU423.S63 N48 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||76353638|
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"A delegation of three was allowed into Parliament to see the Minister of Maori Affairs, Matiu Rata. He told them he agreed with their protest, and said he would come out later to talk to the other demonstrators. However, he was too busy, and his off-sider Pat Hohepa came out instead.
Sunday, 12 February Posted by Dun Mihaka at. Maori Arts and Crafts will continue to underpin the heart of the tourism sector says Minister for Maori Development Nanaia Mahuta. “That’s why we are making a core investment of $ million to Te Puia New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute, over two years, as /5.
The Minister of Maori Affairs: The Hon. Hanan. The Secretary for Maori Affairs: J. K We met in the Maori Affairs Committee Room of the New Zealand House of Parliament on Friday, June 9th, Under the Chairmanship of Major Vercoe and the able leadership of Mr Norman Perry, it was a Conference of the Provisional Council of Tribal.
The Maori Affairs select committee has recommended a change to the Waitangi National Trust to allow representatives of four key Maori families to sit on the board. It agreed with a submission from Arapeta Hamilton that it was unfair the four families had just one representative, while three Pakeha families whose ancestors were part of treaty.
Hon CHRISTOPHER FINLAYSON (Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations): I take a preliminary call to address the report of the Māori Affairs Committee on the Port Nicholson Block (Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika) Claims Settlement Bill, and to thank its members again for their work.
In particular, I will address the part of the report. It is now five years since publication of the sesquicentennial edition of the New Zealand Official Yearbook, which captured so well the excitement and achievements of New Zealand's first the edition, the direction and the future of the Yearbook was re-assessed and it was decided that every five years the historical data would be updated and republished.
As a member of the Māori Affairs Committee I am very pleased to stand in support of this bill, the Māori Language (Te Reo Māori) Bill.
I look forward to the work that the committee will be doing. I would like to commend the Hon Pita Sharples for his work and his leadership as the Minister of Māori Affairs.
The Yearbook was produced by the Publishing and Community Information Division of Statistics New Zealand, with the assistance of many individuals and organisations—these are listed in the ‘Contributors’ section at the end of each chapter. The department wishes to. The tiki stood for the spirit of the Maori.
If Savage protected the Maori people he would earn the right to wear the huia feather, which was the sign of a chief. Since Ratana’s visit to Savage most Maoris have supported the Labour Party. The votes of Maori members twice kept Labour Governments in power in the years and /5. A son of the late Hon.
Taiaroa, and a grandson of Matenga (Fighting) Taiaroa. Photographed in wearing mat found at Dusky Sound by the late Captain Fairchild of the New Zealand Government Ship "Hinemoa".Allegedly a relic of the lost hapu of Ngati mat found in Bligh Sound by Captain Howell inwas one decorated with kiwi feathers and in was held by Maoris at Otaki.
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