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Friday, 2 March 2018

Fear and conflict obstructs Māori land aspirations

Fear and conflict obstructs Māori land aspirations
Māori land covers 1.47 million hectares – 5.5 percent of New Zealand – and is represented by 27,308 titles and 2.7 million individual ownership interests. Over half is held and governed by whānau trusts, rather than at the iwi level. "One of the biggest obstacles to development is raruraru," says Ms Dell.

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