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NZMC commend the Waitangi Tribunal for Māori military veterans claim

18 December 2014
Radio Waatea News

The New Zealand Māori Council is praising the Waitangi Tribunal for taking on a claim into the treatment of Māori military veterans.

A judicial conference was held yesterday to consider the scope of the claim and set a timetable for research and hearings.

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