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Brazen Breach Of Rāhui At Pā Site Inspires Installation Of Scale Model Of Erebus Memorial

Saturday, 27 November 2021, 7:05 pm | Protect Mataharehare

Brazen Breach Of Rāhui At Pā Site Inspires Installation Of Scale Model Of Erebus Memorial “Let The People Judge For Themselves” Community and Tangata Whenua leaders are stunned by the disrespectful conduct of the government in collusion with Auckland ... More >>

Ministry Of Culture & Heritage Choosing To Transgress TapuDuring Level 3 Lockdown Antagonises Local Community

Tuesday, 19 October 2021, 9:21 pm | Protect Mataharehare

An antagonistic move today by the Ministry of Culture and Heritage intending to breach a Rāhui in pursuit of commencing construction has deeply shocked Tangata Whenua and members of the public. In the last two weeks the Office of the Chief Ombudsman ... More >>

Rāhui Breach Risks Triggering Another ‘Bastion Point’ In The Middle Of A Level 3 Pandemic

Monday, 4 October 2021, 6:29 am | Protect Mataharehare

The Ministry of Culture and Heritage intends to breach the Rāhui tomorrow in the middle of Level 3 lockdown in Auckland. The move has shocked a community protecting Mataharehare Pā site who say the move not respecting cultural values, and mirrors ... More >>

“Crown Needs To Start Again On Site Selection” Dame Asks For Timeline On Iwi Consultation

Monday, 8 March 2021, 12:47 pm | Protect Mataharehare

In a comprehensive letter sent to the Prime Minister on Thursday, Dame Naida has requested all documents underpinning the timeline on iwi consultation to be made available. To date the Ministry of Culture and Heritage has refused Official Information More >>

Prime Minister Led Move That Will Lead To Desecration Of Mataharehare - “It’s A Rich Man’s Game” Says Dame

Wednesday, 3 March 2021, 12:45 pm | Protect Mataharehare

The decision where to place the Erebus National Memorial has been led by the Prime Minister – despite push back from the community, Erebus family members, Local Board, NZ Heritage Trust and Māori leadership. On Sunday, Dame Naida Glavish sent a letter ... More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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