Tāwhirirangi
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Tāwhirirangi was the canoe of Ngāhue, who is said to have landed in the Bay of Plenty and then explored much of New Zealand. According to the tradition Ngāhue discovered greenstone and the moa in the South Island and returned to Hawaiki with greenstone adzes, which were used to construct several other well-known canoes.
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Tākitimu, Te Paepae-ki-Rarotonga,Te Rangimātoru, Arautauta, Ōtūrereao,Tauira,Tūwhenua,
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 There are traditions about the arrival of seven other canoes in the Bay of Plenty:
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Te Aratauwhāiti
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Mataatua, Te Aratāwhao, and Hīnakipākau-o-te-rupe
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Tūnui-ā-rangi, Moekākara, Te Wakatūwhenua
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Tākitimu, Riukākara, Waipapa, Ruakaramea
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Mataatua
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Tinana and Te Māmaru
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Ngātokimatawhaorua and Māmari
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Te Arawa - A brief overview
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Ko Te Arawa te Iwi - Information accessed through public sources to learn the basics of the rohe 
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Arawa Waka
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Ko Te Arawa te Iwi - A brief well known reference to information of the Arawa waka background and voyage to Aotearoa
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Interconnecting whenua and whakapapa
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Te Ao Māori
Māori have a unique connection to the whenua of Aotearoa and our pepeha tells a story of the places we are connected to.  Our culture, traditions and language have experienced revitalisation over the past decade.  
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Authors
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Take advantage of our blog feature to write stories, share experiences or talk about the resources out there available to our people. 
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MLC Panui - April 2021
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MLC Panui
The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for April 2021.  
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Panui Pages
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Pages are an opportunity to stand out (private or public) and notify beneficiaries and whanau directly.
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Tangata Whenua Network - Groups
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Our "Groups" generally give our members a space to connect, hold discussions and share the things that matter in a relevant environment.
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MLC Panui - March 2021
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MLC Panui
The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for March 2021.  
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What is an "Ahu Whenua Trust"
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Trusts & Incorporations
The short answer is that it is the most common type of Māori land trust. Ideally they are used to promote the use and administration of Māori land – often for commercial purposes – in the interest of the beneficial owners. 
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Wakatū Incorporation Unclaimed Dividends
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Unclaimed Money
With over $2 million in unclaimed dividends in order to reach as many shareholders as possible, where Wakatū holds unclaimed dividends they list shareholders' names on their website.
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Mawhera Incorporation Unclaimed Dividends
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Unclaimed Money
 The unclaimed dividends stands at almost $1m held in trust by the Mawhera Incorporation. 
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Tauwhao Te Ngare Trust Unclaimed Dividends
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Unclaimed Money
With over $900,000.00 in unclaimed dividends we need contact details so we are able to send you information to apply for these dividends.  
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Morikaunui Incorporation Unclaimed Dividends
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Unclaimed Money
If you were the beneficiary of a parent's and grandparent's land interests and there are still outstanding unclaimed dividends it means the shares were missed from the application for succession.  
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Connect with beneficiaries
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Trusts & Incorporations
Pages in the Tangata Whenua Network are generally for the purpose of Organisations to connect and communicate with owners, shareholders or beneficially entitled persons. 
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Māori Land Governance
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Trusts & Incorporations
It is important to learn about what, why and how the different governing bodies are created and associate areas of significance.  
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