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“Review of the governance arrangements of the Māori Fisheries Settlement structures”

UPDATE: 2015 REVIEW

11year_review

Have Your Say – Meetings with Reviewer

As previously announced, Wellington Barrister Tim Castle has been appointed as the Reviewer of the governance arrangements of the Māori Fisheries Settlement structures. The review is to also consider the restrictions on the sale of settlement assets.

Meetings with Mr Castle are underway and are being organised by the Electoral College elected representatives. These meetings are being held in the various Electoral Colleges.

Upcoming meetings are:

Mataatua

  • Monday 6 October at 10.00am
  • Runanga o Ngāti Awa Ngāti Awa House, Louvain Street, Whakatane

Te Arawa Waka

  • Tuesday 7 October at 10.30am
  • Princes Gate Boutique Hotel 1057 Arawa Street, Rotorua
  • Tainui
    Friday 10 October at 10.00am
    Tainui Group Holdings 6 Bryce Street, Hamilton

Check out the meetings in your area by clicking here.

Other review documents can be found here.

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