Panui

New Hineuru videos now uploaded

Tena tatou Hineuru,   As noted in our previous panui, we have a few new short videos that have been uploaded to the webpage that provides a little bit of history and context to our settlement. The conversation is with Professor Richard Boast who was the lead historian for ...  Read more

Hineuru Ratification 2014

Tena tatou katoa Hineuru ratification meetings will be held in the following places and times:

2 December 2014:  Wellington 6pm - Te Puni Kokiri National Office 143 Lambton Quay, Wellington

3 December 2014:  Auckland 6pm - Level 2 Te Puni Kokiri House 12–14 Walls Road Penrose Auckland

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: HINEURU RATIFICATION DELAYED

Tēna tātou Hineuru,   This is an important notice to all members of Hineuru regarding the ratification of the Hineuru Deed of Settlement. On 25 July we initialled our Deed of Settlement with the Crown with a view of beginning ratification in August. Unfortunately, there has been a delay ...  Read more

Hineuru Deed of Settlement Initialled

Tēnā tātou Hineuru whanui It is our pleasure to announce that a Deed of Settlement has been initialled between Hineuru and the Crown. The Deed of Settlement has been rigorously negotiated over the past 22 months since the signing of the Agreement in Principle in October 2012. After 24 ...  Read more

Tēnā tatou Hineuru,

Before we can receive settlement assets, a legal structure must be in place to receive them. The Crown requires us to establish a settlement trust to hold and manage the settlement assets on behalf of Hineuru. This panui is to introduce the Hineuru entity that will hold ...  Read more

NHII Whanau meetings

Our people have asked for individual meetings with NHII board members so they can hear first hand about the Ngati Hineuru claims process. Since the beginning of 2014, these meetings have been held in Ngati Hineuru homes across the country and we've had some great conversations. ...  Read more