What is Te Komiti Nui o Ngāti Whakaue?
The entity mandated to negotiate the settlement of the historical Treaty of Waitangi claims of Ngāti Whakaue.
Te Komiti Nui will settle the remaining historical claims such as claims relating to Maketu, Mamaku, Ohinemutu, Kouramawhitiwhiti, Ngongotaha, Ngāti Whakaue taonga and geothermal reserves.
Ngati Whakaue have already been involved in some Treaty settlements for example the Township Railways Lands (1993), Te Arawa Lakes (2004), Te Arawa Fisheries (2004), CNI Forests Land (2008) and Whakarewarewa Valley and Roto a Tamaheke (2008). Te Komiti Nui will work with the Crown to settle the extant historical claims of Ngāti Whakaue.
Your trustees on Te Komiti Nui are: Anaru Te Amo (Chair), Pauline Tangohau (Deputy Chair), Kingi Biddle, Veronica Butterworth, Hoki Kahukiwa, Hamu Mitchell, Kiri Mitchell, Raymond Pou Poasa, Paul Tapsell and Larissa Wharepouri.
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