Road To Settlement Pānui #2 

E te iwi, kia ora,

Welcome to our second iwi briefing update on Ngāti Rangi’s negotiations for the settlement of our historical Treaty of Waitangi grievances.

Our collective aspirations are inter-generational, diverse and ambitious and our priorities for redress are broad reaching. This pānui provides an overview of the framework and approach that has been adopted by Ngāti Rangi's negotiation team to guide discussions with the Crown.

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Posted by 13 May 2015 16:36:00

Read the latest pānui from GNS Science, Ruapehu Crater Lake starting to cool 

 

 Mountt Ruapehu’s Crater Lake has started to cool and the level of seismic activity has decreased. The temperature had declined to about 37°C in late April and is now at 34°C. The lake has been in a heating phase which started in late 2014 when the lake was 15°C, reaching a peak of over 40°C in late January–early February 2015.

For more information on the latest Ruapehu activity update from GNS  http://info.geonet.org.nz/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=14221316

Posted by 11 May 2015 16:28:00

Read the latest pānui from GNS Science about current volcanic monitoring on Ruapehu 

 

GNS Science are reporting that the Crater Lake is currently in a heating phase which started in late 2014 when the lake was 15°C, reaching a peak of over 40°C in late January - early February 2015.

The temperature declined to about 31°C in mid March and is now at 37-39°C. They have not observed any other changes at the Crater Lake. 

Over the last 2-3 weeks they have been recording intermittent moderate to strong levels of volcanic tremor at Mt Ruapehu, which has been some of the strongest they have seen in the last 8 years.

The signals are similar to those in 2006 and 2007 but weaker than those recorded in 1994/1995.

For the full media release follow the below link:

http://www.gns.cri.nz/Home/Learning/Science-Topics/Volcanoes/New-Zealand-Volcanoes/Ruapehu/Mount-Ruapehu-latest

 

Posted by 01 May 2015 10:09:00

Treaty Settlment 

What are your aspirations?

What are your aspirations for Ngāti Rangi’s Treaty settlement? What kind of redress would you like to see? What will make the most impact for generations to come?  Have your say during the Treaty of Waitangi settlement negotiations update this Sunday 19 April at the Te Kāhui o Paerangi hui / Hui-ā-iwi at Kuratahi Marae

Posted by Chaana Morgan 17 April 2015 15:29:00

2015 Pikihuia Awards 

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The Pikihuia Awards for Maori writers are back for 2015 - Spread the word!

For more information or to enter, visit: http://www.huia.co.nz/pikihuia2015

 

11 March 2015 12:31:00

Signing of Terms of Negotiation  

Signing of Terms of Negotiation & Site VisitsFriday 27 February 2015

On Friday 27th February, the Minister of Treaty Negotiations, Hon Chris Finlayson and Ngāti Rangi Trust Chair, Kemp Dryden, signed the Terms of Negotiation in respect of Ngāti Rangi’s distinctive Treaty negotiations. This signals the formal commencement of negotiations with the Crown towards an Agreement in Principle in respect of Ngāti Rangi’s historical Treaty of Waitangi claims.    

 

Following the signing of the Terms, the Minister & Crown officials were taken to significant sites within the Ngāti Rangi rohe, including Koro Ruapehu, Karioi Forest and Moāwhango Dam. These visits allowed the Minister to gain a greater appreciation of Ngāti Rangi's story and settlement aspirations. 

 

Chair, Kemp Dryden stated that "It was a very positive day for Ngāti Rangi. From the signing of the Terms, through to the visit to our special places, the Minister and Crown officials were left with a very strong impression of Ngāti Rangi, both in terms of our values and also in terms of our settlement aspirations. In the months ahead, Ngāti Rangi's negotiators aim to negotiate the next milestone, an Agreement in Principle, which fairly reflects both our history & vision for the future."

 

For further information please contact:


Aaron Rice-Edwards
Pou Tiriti - Negotiations Manager

Ngāti Rangi Trust
aaron@ngatirangi.com 

0212877874

Posted by Chaana Morgan 04 March 2015 15:32:00

Ngati Rangi Receives Crown Mandate 


 

Media Release

22nd August 2014

Ngāti Rangi Trust Receives Crown Mandate

The Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations and the Minister of Māori Affairs have recognised Ngāti Rangi Trust’s mandate to represent Ngāti Rangi in Treaty of Waitangi settlement negotiations with the Crown.

Ngāti Rangi Trust is extremely pleased with the Crown’s recognition of its mandate and acknowledges all those who have assisted with this achievement.  Kemp Dryden, Chair of the Ngāti Rangi Trust, says “Each milestone in the Treaty negotiations process provides us with an opportunity to reflect with appreciation on all those who have contributed to this journey, including  many who are no longer with us.”   The Deed of Mandate submitted by the Ngāti Rangi Trust to the Crown demonstrated that the Trust had obtained the mandate of the iwi to represent Ngāti Rangi in negotiations for the comprehensive settlement of all of its historical Treaty claims.   Mr Dryden says “The Crown’s recognition of the Deed of Mandate is a significant milestone in the Treaty settlement process, and the Trust looks forward to entering into the next stage of discussions with the Crown.”

Ngāti Rangi Trust intends to meet further with iwi members and neighbouring iwi to continue discussions regarding the mandate, as well likely next steps.  Mr Dryden says “Of utmost importance to us are our relationships with our whanaunga, both internal and external. We will be arranging hui with our whanaunga to discuss our mandate and next steps.”

[Media Release End]

For any queries please contact:

Kemp Dryden
Chair, Ngāti Rangi Trust
Mobile: 0274313643

 

 

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