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  • Piki Mai | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust PIKI MAI KAKE MAI "Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari taku toa, he toa takitini" My strength is not that of an individual but that of the collective KO WAI MĀTAU? ABOUT US Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust is the Post Settlement Governance Entity for Heretaunga Tamatea established to receive the redress negotiated by He Toa Takitini in settlement of the historical Treaty grievances of Heretaunga Tamatea against the Crown. MORE > TE KURA NUI VISION Rei Kura rei ora te mauri e Tino Rangatiratanga over our whenua and our waters for our people STRATEGY DOCUMENT > ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NOTICE 2022 ​ ​ CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW PHASE TWO 2022 Name Change ​ Closing date for proposed names has now closed The proposed name that has been submitted and has been received is TAMATEA PŌKAI-WHENUA We thank Waipatu Marae for sending their proposal for the name to be changed to the above. Please see the document attached for the narrative of the proposed. The Board will be considering a name change at the 30 August 2022 Board meeting. If a new name is agreed by the Board, it will be put forward at the AGM in September 2022 as part of the Deed of Trust changes. View Name Change Proposals Update My Details Te Pātaka

  • Pānui | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Pānui NEWS Nau mai ki te pātaka karere Welcome to your newshub Ngā Pānui NEWS & EVENTS KAWEKA GWAVAS FOREST TRUST AGM 2022 Constitutional Evaluation Review Phase Two Results of By-Elections 2022 Expressions of Interest - Artwork Design By-Elections 2022 Pānui 2022 Chief Executive Officer Pōwhiri COVID-19 Response Update 13 September 2021 HTST Announces New CEO AGM 2021 Pānui 2021 ​ HTST AGM 2022 AGM 2022 Pānui 2022 ​ Results of By-Election 2022 Constitutional Evaluation Review Phase Two - Update Summary Financial & Audit Report Kaweka Gwavas Forest Trust AGM HTST AGM 2021 AGM 2021 Celebrating Pania - 70 years on AGM Notice Ngā Karanga Hapū o Kairākau Te Aka Kūmara o Aotearoa Info Update Pānui ki te Iwi Update your details to stay informed. COVID-19 Response Update 19 October 2021 Household Energy and Efficiency Costs AGM POSTPONED Ngā Karanga Hapū o Kairākau AGM 2021 Te Kaahu NEWSLETTERS Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Te Kaahu Issue #1 December 2019 Te Kaahu Issue # January 2020 Te Kaahu Issue #2 January 2020 Te Kaahu Issue #3 Februrary 2020 Te Kaahu Issue #4 March 2020 Te Kaahu Issue # January 2020 Te Kaahu Issue #5 Matariki 2020 Te Kaahu Issue #6 Christmas 2020 Pae Pāpāho Pāpori SOCIAL MEDIA Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Facebook VIEW > Share Your Kōrero Ki konei whakapāohotia ai ngā pānui a Heretaunga Tamatea. Mehemea he pānui āu, ā koutou rānei, tukua mai ki a mātau. ​ If you or your organisation have any news or notices to be shared, send them through to us at comms@heretaungatamatea.iwi.nz and we can share them here.

  • Te Pātaka | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Te Pātaka Nau mai ki te pātaka kōrero a Heretaunga Tamatea. Welcome to the repository of key documents VIEW DOCUMENTS > Treaty Settlement Documents He Toa Takitini & The Crown Deed of Mandate VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust - Deed of Trust VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Bill VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Deed of Historical Claims VIEW > Deed of Settlement Summary VIEW > Deed of Settlement VIEW > Deed of Settlement - Attachments VIEW > Deed of Settlement - Documents VIEW > Deed of Settlement General Matters VIEW > Deed of Settlement - Property Redress VIEW > Annual Reports Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust Annual Report 2017 VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust Annual Report 2018 VIEW > Journey To Settlement VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust Annual Report 2019 VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust Annual Report 2020 VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust Annual Report 2021 VIEW > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust Annual Report 2022 VIEW > Financial Reports Report of the Independant Auditor On Summary Financial Statement For the Year Ended 31 March 2019 VIEW > Summarised Financial Report For the Year Ended 31 March 2019 VIEW > Summarised Financial Report For the Year Ended 31 March 2020 VIEW > Report of the Independant Auditor On Summary Financial Statement For the Year Ended 31 March 2020 VIEW > Summarised Financial Report For the Year Ended 31 March 2021 VIEW > Summarised Financial Report For the Year Ended 31 March 2022 VIEW > Report of the Independant Auditor On Summary Financial Statement For the Year Ended 31 March 2020 VIEW > Summarised Financial Report For the Year Ended 31 March 2021 VIEW > Summarised Financial Report For the Year Ended 31 March 2022 VIEW > Other Key Documents Report of the Independant Auditor On Summary Financial Statement For the Year Ended 31 March 2022 VIEW > 'WHANAKE TE KURA' Five Year Strategic Plan 2019 - 2024 VIEW >

  • Other Resources | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

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  • Rēhita Mai | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Rēhita Mai REGISTER YOUR WHĀNAU READ MORE > You are eligible to register as a beneficiary of the Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust if you can affiliate to one of the 43 Hapū and one of the 23 Marae through whakapapa, whāngai or legal adoption.​ Hei aha te rēhita mai? Why register? As a registered member of Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust we will keep you up to date and informed with the latest news, upcoming elections, hui and events. ​ As a registered member you are also: Able to have your say about the future direction of HTST Eligible to vote in HTST elections and other voting processes (if you are 18 years old or older) Eligible to stand for election on the HTST Board of Trustees (if you are 18 years old or older) ​ Rēhita mai Register online > Tikiake i te pukatono Download the form > Waea mai ki a 0800 TAKITINI (0800 825 484) Call Us Now > Check & Update Your Details To check if your details are up to date, contact the office via email at registration@heretaungatamatea.iwi.nz or by phone on 0800 825 484 (0800 Takitini). If emailing, please include your full name, date of birth and address. Alternatively, visit us at the office at 1st Floor, BNZ Building, 117 Heretaunga Street West, Hastings.

  • Mō Mātau | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Ko wai mātau? ABOUT US READ MORE > Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust is the Post Settlement Governance Entity for Heretaunga Tamatea. Established to receive the redress negotiated by He Toa Takitini in settlement of the historical Treaty grievances of Heretaunga Tamatea against the Crown. Te Rohe o Heretaunga Tamatea Hāro ake rā Te Kaahu ki tūāraki ko Tūtaekurī, Koko i te taupae o Ruahine ki runga ki Ruataniwha. Whakatemoana te titiro ki te tonga ko Pōrangahau. Heretaunga - Tamatea! E kokoia, e ara e! ​ Considered the richest, most fertile soils in all of Aotearoa, the traditional tribal rohe of Heretaunga Tamatea comprises 1.475 million acres spread amongst lofty mountain ranges, deep, conturing valleys and large, vast alluvial plains with five main river systems fuelled by the Heretaunga and Ruataniwha aquifers. ​ The rohe of Heretaunga Tamatea is aptly described by 'te kanohi hōmiromiro o te hāro o te kāhu' (the all seeing eye of the hawk in flight). It starts on the coast at Te Kauwae-a-Māui/Cape Kidnappers and follows the coast north to the mouth of the Tūtaekurī River. It then extends westward along the Tūtaekurī to the foothills and eastern slopes of the Ruahine Range. Heading south, it embraces the Kāweka and Gwavas Forests to the headwaters of the Manawatū River in the south. It then crosses eastward to the coast at Te Poroporo and turns northwards up the coast embracing Parimāhu, passing one of the nation's outstanding landscapes - Kōhinurākau, Te Mata-o-Rongokako and Kahurānaki, the sacred mountain of the rohe - to arrive back at Te Kauwae-a-Māui/Cape Kidnappers. ​ Before the arrival of Pākehā, a system of wetlands, swamps, and lakes extended from the Heretaunga plains through the Pekapeka wetlands and the Ngā Puna-a-Tara to the Whatumā lake system in the south. This, together with the area’s coastal fisheries and extensive bush, provided extremely rich sources of food, as well as medicine and materials for the region’s peoples. The names of the rivers, streams, natural features, fauna and flora of Heretaunga Tamatea illustrate the long association between the land and the people. The signficant wealth and prosperity of Hawke’s Bay has been sourced both from the lands and the waters of the rohe, and from the labour and generosity of generations of the hapū of Heretaunga Tamatea. ​This generosity is the primary example of the tikanga of manaaki tangata, the customary practise of welcoming and embracing of guests to our lands; our participation with distinction through several colonial and imperial wars; our major contribution to industrial, pastoral, agricultural and horticultural development; and our iconic academic, artistic and sports acclaim. Ngā Hapū o Heretaunga Tamatea The hapū of Heretaunga Tamatea are tangata whenua within their respective takiwā. The rich resources of Heretaunga Tamatea and surrounding areas attracted successive waves of immigrants over the centuries. Among the earliest groups to settle in the region were Ngāti Hotu, Ngāti Mahu, Ngāti Whatumoana, Ngāti Ōrotu and Te Tini-o-Awa. Later came te Kurahaupo waka settlers of Ngāi Tara and Rngitāne, followed by the Takitimu peoples of Ngāti Kahungunu under Taraia and Ngāti Ira/Ngāi Tahu under Te Aomatarahi. Although the arrival of new migrants sometimes led to conflict with groups who precded them, strategic intermarriage helped to stabilise communities and establish bloodlines which connect the present hapū of Heretaunga Tamtea through these ancestors to the lands they currently occupy. They have held, and continue to hold, ahi-kā-roa since they first settled the land. The hapū of Heretaunga Tamatea are: Ngāi Tahu ki Takapau Ngāi Tamaterā Ngāi Te Ao Ngāi Te Hauapu Ngāi Te Hurihanga-i-te-rangi Ngāi Te Kīkiri o Te Rangi Ngāi Te Ōatua Ngāi Te Rangikoianake I Ngāi Te Rangikoianake II Ngāi Te Rangitekahutia Ngāi Te Rangitotohu Ngāi Te Ūpokoiri Ngāi Te Whātuiāpiti Ngāi Toroiwaho Ngāti Hāwea Ngāti Hikatoa Ngāti Hinemanu Ngāti Hinemoa Ngāti Hinetewai Ngāti Hotoa Ngāti Honomōkai Ngāti Hōri Ngāti Kautere Ngāti Kere Ngāti Kotahi Ngāti Kurukuru Ngāti Mārau o Kahungunu Ngāti Mahuika Ngāti Manuhiri Ngāti Mihiroa Ngāti Ngarengare Ngāti Papatuamāro Ngāti Pīhere Ngāti Pōporo Ngāti Pukututu Ngāti Rāhunga Ngāti Takaroa / Ngāti Tākaro Ngāti Tamatea Ngāti Te Rehunga Ngāti Toahoropaki Ngāti Tukuaterangi Ngāti Urakiterangi Ngāti Whakaiti. The hapū of Heretaunga Tamatea sometimes created competing political alliances like Te Hika-a-Ruarauhanga and Te Hika-a-Papauma, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga and Ngāi Te Whatuiāpiti but for most part they have lived politically independant lives under seperate rangatira, each on their own lands, each with their own mana.

  • Ngā Taratī | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Ngā Taratī THE TRUSTEES Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust has a Board of 23 Trustees, representing our 23 marae and 43 hapū in Heretaunga Tamatea. VIEW THE TRUSTEES > Elizabeth Graham Role: Chairperson Marae: Pukehou Term: 2019-2023 Cordry Huata Role: Deputy Chairperson Marae: Mangaroa Term: 2019-2023 Erin Sandilands Role: Treasurer​ Marae: Te Whatuiāpiti Term: 2020-2023 Tanira Te Au Marae: Houngarea Term: 2020-2023 Teiti Hapuku Marae: Kahurānaki Term: 2022-2023 Tuakana August Marae: Kairākau Committees: Policy Committee Term: 2019-2023 Margie McGuire Marae: Kohupātiki Committees: Policy Committee Term: 2019-2023 Laura-Margaret Kele Marae: Korongatā Term: 2019-2023 Papara Carroll Marae: Matahiwi Committees: Policy Committee Term: 2020-2023 Kohine Rata Marae: Mataweka Term: 2020-2023 Gilvrey Mohi Marae: Mihiroa Term: 2022-2023 Renata Hakiwai Marae: Ōmahu Committees: Chairman of Investment Committee Term: 2020-2023 Robin Hape Marae: Pourērere Term: 2019-2023 Brian Morris Marae: Rākautātahi Term: 2019-2023 Keri Ropiha Marae: Rongomaraeroa Committees: Investment Committee, Policy Committee Term: 2020-2023 Pohatu Paku (Interim) Marae: Ruahāpia Term: 2021-2023 Noel Berney Marae: Rūnanga Term: 2019-2023 Waireamana Kara Marae: Te Tapairu Term: 2020-2023 Kane Koko Marae: Taraia Committees: Investment Committee Term: 2019-2023 Natasha Hanara Marae: Te Āwhina Term: 2020-2023 John-Barry Smith Marae: Te Rongo a Tahu Committees: Chairman of Audit and Risk Committee Term: 2019-2023 Wikitoria Osborne Marae: Waimārama Term: 2019-2023 Ngahiwi Tomoana Marae: Waipatu Term: 2020-2023

  • Sponsorship | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Te Tautoko ā-Pūtea SPONSORSHIP READ MORE > “Iti rearea teitei kahikatea ka taea” “The rearea (bellbird) is one of the smallest birds in the forest yet it can ascend to the great heights of the Kahikatea tree” Te Kaupapa Here SPONSORSHIP POLICY Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Te Pūtake (Rationale) Cultural and representative sporting pursuits focussed towards personal, whānau, hapū and iwi development. Te Whāinga (The purpose) To build cultural excellence and physical wellbeing. Te Pukatono (The application) Applies to events promoting culture and representative sports associated with the members of Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust or promoting Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust in a national or international forum. The applicants must agree and adhere to the criteria for sponsorship and accept decisions made with no right of appeal. Applicants can only receive once per financial year (1 April – 30 March of any year). Ngā Paearu (Criteria) Applicants must - Be of Heretaunga Tamatea descent and a registered member of Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust; Apply by completing the official ‘Sponsorship Application Form’ and submit it to the Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust office at least six (6) weeks prior to the event; Be holding a significant Heretaunga Tamatea event in our rohe for the people of Heretaunga Tamatea; or Be selected to compete as an individual/group or team in a National or International event recognised by the cultural or sporting body of that event. Applicants must agree and adhere to the criteria for sponsorship and accept decisions made with no right of appeal. Tukuna mai tō tono (Submit Application) Please send you application via email to office@heretaungatamatea.iwi.nz Apply Online Now Rēhita mai > Download Application Tiki ake >

  • Gallery | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Gallery 1/23 Strategic Planning Engagement Hui Heretaunga Tamatea 1/25 Māori Affairs Select Committee Hearing Havelock North 2018 Zhane Whelan and Pita Sharples 1/21 Heretaunga Tamatea Claims Settlement Bill 3rd and Final Reading Parliament Building, Pōneke 1/24 The Deed of Settlement Signing Te Aute College 2015

  • Pou Kitea | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Pou Kitea "Heretaunga Tamatea, hei tiripou mō ngā uri" Supporting our mokopuna in every way necessary. READ MORE > Constitutional Review Very early in the negotiation the whanau whānui of Heretaunga Tamatea were not happy with the framework proposed for the post-settlement governance entity. Although clearly aware that its prescriptive nature was a Crown requirement, Heretaunga Tamatea sought an undertaking that the framework would be revisited once the negotiations were completed and the redress received. Clause 24 of the Trust Deed made provision for an evaluation to be undertaken within two years of the settlement date, that is by 20 August 2020. Evaluation Working Group The Constitutional Evaluation Working Group (the Team) commenced its work by hosting a series of Whare Kōrero hui where the Team would hear submissions in relation to the constitutional framework for the Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust (HTST). Specifically the objective was to co-design a tino rangatiratanga-based framework that would recognise the cultural and collective ways of Heretaunga Tamatea. Individuals were also encouraged to make submissions, along with marae, whanau and HTST trustees and staff. TRUST DEED > DISCUSSION DOCUMENT > CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW REPORT > FLYER > PAMPHLET > PUBLIC NOTICE > Emerging Issues Emerging issues of the constitutional review were: Voters should be able to vote for all Marae representatives where the voter could show their connection to the marae through whakapapa; One single election every three years is preferred, now that the Trust has had time to settle in to post-settlement governance; The size of the HTST Board (currently 23) should remain until collective of Marae advise of their preferred groupings should this be different; HTST should adopt a new name to show unity; Other marae should be able to join HTST and be represented; Partnership arrangements should be developed with other entities that serve the Heretaunga Tamatea whanau; A separate entity should be explored that provides for commercial development but ensures sufficient direction from the mandated trustees; Explore a charitable entity that will support and reduce HTST’s tax exposure. Constitutional Review Next Steps The Evaluation Working Group proposed next steps for the Constitutional Review in the Constitutional Review Report released to members in February 2021. Members will be updated about the Constitutional Review at the AGM on 25 September 2021. Kia mau tonu mai – watch this space.

  • Journey to Settlement | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Journey to Settlement LEARN MORE > On 31 October 2003, following a series of 16 hui between 16 June 2003 and 31 October 2003 (culminating in a hui-ā-iwi at Kahurānaki Marae), the overwhelming majority of Waitangi Tribunal claimants in the Tribunal's Southern Hawke’s Bay Inquiry District (subsequently renamed Heretaunga Tamatea Inquiry District – “HTID”) resolved to work together to progress and settle their respective claims. The claimants also resolved to file a comprehensive statement of claim, encompassing the then 31 registered Waitangi Tribunal claims, in the Tribunal. He Toa Takitini The Waitangi Tribunal claimants proposed that a Taumata based on hapū (represented by marae) be established and to also including three other non-marae based claimant groups. The Kahurānaki hui-ā-iwi established a Working Group and a Communications Committee to develop a framework for advancing the claims and to ensure regular reporting back to the claimants. The Working Group held a number of workshops with claimants and proposed that a claimant Taumata be established based on representation in terms of marae and claimant groups with a total of 31 groups. A year later, on 28 August 2004, at a hui-ā-iwi at Pukehou Marae, this structure was ratified and the decision was made to call the Taumata, He Toa Takitini (Our Strength is in Unity). In February 2005, following the election of representatives on to He Toa Takitini, its inaugural meeting was held. During 2006 and 2007, the Heretaunga Tamatea claimants considered issues relating to the progression of their claims through the Waitangi Tribunal (followed by negotiations) or direct negotiations with the Crown. ​ Following a series of information hui, on 24 March 2007 at a hui-ā-iwi at Omahu Marae, the Taumata and the Heretaunga Tamatea claimants voted to proceed straight to direct negotiations with the Crown rather than progress these claims through the Waitangi Tribunal. Subsequently He Toa Takitini developed a mandate strategy to mandate a Heretaunga Tamatea Representative Body. On 3 May 2008, Heretaunga Tamatea ratified the Heretaunga Tamatea Claims Mandate Strategy, along with an amended comprehensive statement of claim, at a hui-ā-iwi held at Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga and it was approved by the Office of Treaty Settlements on 24 April 2009. Taumata elections for Mandated Marae Representatives were subsequently held in June 2009 and Taumata membership was confirmed in July and August that year. On 31 August 2009, at its inaugural meeting, the Heretaunga Tamatea representative entity resolved to adopt the name ‘He Toa Takitini’. 1/11 Negotiations Heretaunga Tamatea mandated He Toa Takitini to negotiate a deed of settlement with the Crown, by undertaking consultations and meetings amongst claimant groups, on 25 August 2010. The Crown conditionally recognised the mandate of He Toa Takitini on 15 October 2010 and, following further mandating hui for members of Heretaunga Tamatea living outside the Heretaunga Tamatea area of interest, the Crown unconditionally recognised this mandate on 4 February 2011. The mandated negotiators and the Crown – by terms of negotiation dated 19 December 2011, agreed the scope, objectives, and general procedures for the negotiations; and by agreement dated 11 June 2014, agreed, in principle, that Heretaunga Tamatea and the Crown were willing to enter into a deed of settlement on the basis set out in the agreement; and since the agreement in principle, have – (a) in good faith, conducted extensive negotiations; and (b) negotiated and initialled a deed of settlement. Te Whare Kōrero The mandated negotiators and the Crown agreed to provide the claimant community the opportunity to present their respective grievances to the Crown on 5–8 June 2013. He Toa Takitini and the Crown jointly facilitated Te Whare Kōrero , presided over by the Rt Hon Sir Anand Satyanand and the Chief Crown Negotiator. He kōrero i puta rā i a Tā Tīmoti Kāretu ki te Whare Kōrero i te 6 o Hune 2013: ​ Kāore pea i tua atu i tā te ruri kohara, whakaaroharoha nei a Ignazio Battista, tangata o roto mai o Hihiri, arā o Sicily, i whānau nei i te tau 1899, i a ia i kī rā, “Inā herea te tangata ki te mekameka, Tangohia rānei ko ōnā kākahu, Whakapurua rānei ko tōna wāha Ka herehere kore, ka noho wātea tonu ia Tangohia atu tana mahi, tana uruwhenua, Te tēpu e kai ai ia, te moenga rānei e moe ai ia E tangata whai rawa tonu ana Ka rawa kore, ka pōhara te tangata Ā te wā e tangohia atu ai te reo i ōhākītia mai ai e ōna tīpuna ki a ia Hai reira kua iho ngaro mō ake tonu atu” There is probably no more moving a poem dedicated to the loss of language than this one written by Ignazio Battista, a Sicilian poet born in 1899, who said, “Put a people in chains Strip them, plug up their mouths They are still free. Take away their job, their passport The table they eat on, the bed they sleep in They are still rich. A people become poor and enslaved When they are robbed of the language Left them by their ancestors They are lost forever.” ​ Te Whare Kōrero was recorded and is available for viewing here. Deed of Settlement Heretaunga Tamatea, between 19 December 2014 and 5 February 2015, ratified by a majority of 94%, the governance entity Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust to receive the redress for historical claims. On 10 March 2015, the Crown recognised that the ratification results demonstrated sufficient support from Heretaunga Tamatea for the governance entity. Heretaunga Tamatea then, by a majority of 96%, ratified the Deed of Settlement and approved its signing on their behalf by He Toa Takitini and the mandated negotiators. By resolution of the Trustees on 1 September 2015, Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust approved entering into, and complying with, the Deed of Settlement. 1/9

  • Settlement Bill Readings | Heretaunga Tamatea Settlement Trust

    Heretaunga Tamatea Claims Settlement Bill Readings First Reading Speeches Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Meka Whaitiri 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Nuk Korako 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Rino Tirikatene 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Catherine Delahunty 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Pita Paraone 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Marama Fox 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Peeni Henare, Lindsay Tisch 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Second Reading Speeches Gerry Brownlee, Chris Hipkins, Hon Andrew Little 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Dr. Shane Reti 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Rino Tirikatene 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Denise Lee 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Jenny Marcroft 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Chris Bishop 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Jan Logie 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Lawrence Yule 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Nanaia Mahuta 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Chris Penk 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Willie Jackson 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Harete Hipango 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Meka Whaitiri 5/02/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Third Reading Speeches Hon Andrew Little 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Rino Tirikatene 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Alfred Ngaro 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Jenny Marcroft 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Alastair Scott 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Marama Davidson 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Peeni Henare 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Tim van de Molen 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Simeon Brown 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Willie Jackson 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Ian McKelvie 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Meka Whaitiri 21/06/18 VIEW VIDEO > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT > Hon Christopher Finlayson 16/08/17 VIEW VIDEO > VIEW TRANSCRIPT >