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Crown Rental Forestry Trust

Council claims that CFRT has not been funding Māori claimants as the Trust Deed requires. CFRT funds what it considers Māori should have in terms of its funding categories and not what funding claimants legitimately prefer.

The Council objects to such paternalism and protests the limitation on Māori development capacity.     Read More…

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