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Tainui

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  2. 2. At the burial site of this child, at a place called Hawaiiki a great tree grew<br />
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  4. 4. Kawhia was the final landing point of the Tainui photo taken 1910 <br />
  5. 5. Tree Tainui was tied to at Kawhia<br />
  6. 6. Maketu Marae<br />
  7. 7. Maketu Marae today<br />
  8. 8. Queen Elizabeth visits 1953<br />
  9. 9. Maori Queen died on 15th August 2006<br />
  10. 10. Kings and Queen buried sacred mountain<br />
  11. 11. 1860 and 1910<br />
  12. 12. Tuheitia<br />
  13. 13. Te Paki-o-Matariki<br />
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  15. 15. TribesofTainui<br />
  16. 16. Tainui is a Tribal Waka Confederation of New Zealand comprising of Māori Iwi.<br />Originally, Tainui was the name of an infant who did not survive childbirth. At the burial site of this child, at a place in Hawaiiki known then as Maungaroa, a great tree grew; this was the tree that was used to build the ocean canoe (waka) Tainui.<br />The Tainui Waka (canoe) confederation comprises four principal related Māori Iwi of the central north island of New Zealand. The four Iwi being, Hauraki, NgātiManiapoto, Raukawa and Waikato. The Tainui Waka was one of the migratory sailing canoes that voyaged across the Pacific Ocean from Hawaiki to Aotearoa (New Zealand) approximately 800 years ago.<br />The Tainui Waka was led by the chief Hoturoa. On its voyage the Tainui Waka stopped at many pacific islands and locations around the upper North Island of New Zealand; its first landfall was Whangaparaoa in the Bay of Plenty then on to Torere, Whitianga, and Waitemata. From WaitemataHarbour on the eastern coast the canoe was man-handled across the Tamaki isthmus to the western coast's ManukauHarbour. From Manukau Tainui sailed north to Kaipara then southwards to the west coast harbours of Whaingaroa (Raglan) Aotea and Kawhia then onward to south of the estuary of the Mokau and Mohakatini rivers before returning north to its final resting place at Maketu, Kāwhiaharbour (Te Tumu O Tainui 1986).<br />
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  18. 18. Raglan Golf CourseClaim<br />
  19. 19. In a nutshell<br />During the 2nd worldwar 25 hectareswasconfiscated in raglan from Tainui by the crown for the purpose of building a millitaryairfeild<br /> WHY WERE THEY ABLE TO DO THIS? <br />
  20. 20. World War 2<br />As the threat of war became a possibility in New Zealand due to Japanese expansion in the Pacific, the government attempted to protect the country
The Department of Civil Aviation and the Raglan Country Council used the Public Works Act to take some land in Raglan for an emergency airstrip in 1941
World War Two<br />
  21. 21. WhatHappened?<br />The warended 1945 and instead of land beingreturned to Tanui it wasleased and turnedinto a 9 hole golf course<br />
  22. 22. Outraged IWI<br />Series of protests fromIwi<br />
  23. 23. 1978<br />17 protesters arrested for tresspasson the raglan golf course<br />Claim is then put forward to tribunal same year as ngatiwhatuaclaim of bastion point<br />
  24. 24. Basic Tribunal Claims Process<br /> Uri (claimants) identify grievance 
Claimants lodge a claim with Waitangi Tribunal <br /> Claimants are given an ID number EG: WAI 151 
Referred to as a Wai Number, as in Waitangi <br />Tribunal organise claims into regions 
IE: TNP District & Whanganui District 
NB: It has taken three years for the Tribunal to establish these Districts <br />Claimants, Crown and other agencies begin research on grievances in region 
Referred to as Compiling the Casebook 
NB: This has taken four years to compile <br />^Claimants are funded by the Crown Forest Rental Trust (CFRT) to progress claims 
NB: This money comes from the rental of Maori Land for Crown Forests. Karioi Forest has funded our NgātiRangi claims <br />^Tribunal, Crown and Claimants prepare for Hearings, by attending Judicial Conferences and following a timetable agreed to by all the participants. This has taken four years to establish. <br />^Hearings begin when the Tribunal decides the date <br />The Tribunal issues a report with recommendations <br />Negotiations begin 
NB: This can also take years <br />Settlement complete <br />
  25. 25. Land returned to Tanui<br />After 10 year battle the land was finally returned. 47 years after first been taken.<br />13 febuary 1988 celebrations by maori along with pakeha and pacific island supporters for the returning of the raglan land.<br />

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