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Porirua ki Manawatū District Inquiry
In 2008, the Waitangi Tribunal received a number of requests to inquire into Treaty claims in the Taihape, Rangitīkei, Manawatū, Horowhenua, and Kāpiti areas. Some claims in this region were already in the process of being settled with Rangitāne ki Manawatū and Ngāti Toa Rangatira already in negotiations with the Crown.
Inquiry District Boundaries
The western boundary of the Porirua ki Manawatū district extends to the Whangaehu River in the west and down the Kāpiti coast to near the Porirua harbour, including Mana and Kāpiti islands. The southern boundary follows the boundary of the Whanganui-ā-Tara inquiry district from the Tasman Sea to the Tararua Ranges. The eastern boundary follows the boundary of the Wairarapa ki Tararua inquiry district from the Tararua Ranges to the Ruahine Ranges. The northern boundary follows the northern boundaries of the 1849 Rangitīkei-Turakina purchase, the 1866 Rangitīkei-Manawatū purchase, and the 1864 Te Āhuatūranga purchase, from the Ruahine Ranges to the Whangaehu River.
Nga Korero Tuku Iho
The Tribunal has proposed a series of Nga Korero Tuku Iho hui for this inquiry district. Please see the following documents for further information: Wai 2200, #2.5.59, #2.5.63, #2.5.64, #2.5.65 and #2.5.66.
Documents on the Record of Inquiry are available via the Porirua ki Manawatu document store on this website. Parties to the inquiry can request a log in and password from the Waitangi Tribunal's librarian via the 'contact us' section on this website.
The Tribunal Members
This inquiry is presided over by Deputy Chief Judge Caren Fox. The panel includes Emeritus Professor Sir Tamati Reedy, the Honourable Sir Douglas Kidd and Dr Grant Phillipson.
The Porirua ki Manawatu district inquiry team are:
Dr James Mitchell (Inquiry Supervisor), 04 914 3062, email@example.com
Dr Paul Husbands (Inquiry Facilitator), firstname.lastname@example.org
Helena Dillon (Inquiry Facilitator), 04 914 3041, email@example.com