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Taitokerau | Whangārei

 

Taitokerau
New Zealand’s northern-most region, The Māori Land Court Taitokerau district covers a land area of approximately 1,750,000 hectares. Of that, 149,318 hectares is Māori Land.

The boundaries of Taitokerau are from Mangawhai on the east coast to Kaipara Harbour on the west coast and north to the North Cape, marginally north of Cape Reinga

Population According to the 2006 Census, the Māori population in the region was 43,530 representing 7.7 percent of the total New Zealand Māori population. The region is young with half the Māori population under the age of 23.4 years.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Taitokerau district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Judge Andrew Spencer | Judge David Ambler
District Manager Registrar Don Cameron
Contact 2nd Floor, Manaia House
Rathbone Street
WHANGĀREI 0110
DX Box AX10086
WHANGĀREI

Ph: (09) 983 9940
Fax: (09) 983 9941
mlctaitokerau@justice.govt.nz

Advisory Clinics Click here to view the list of upcoming clinics in Taitokerau
News & Events What’s new in Taitokerau. News and events happening in your district.

Waikato | Maniapoto 

Waikato Maniapoto
The Māori Land Court Waikato Maniapoto district covers a land area of approximately 2,200,00 hectares. Of that, 124,495 hectares is Māori Land.

The boundaries of the Waikato Maniapoto district extends from the Bombay Hills and Port Waikato in the north, along the western coastline south to Mōkau, eastward embracing the King Country, through to the Kaimai Ranges, the Hauraki plains and returning northwards to the Coromandel Peninsula.

Population According to the 2006 Census, the Māori population in the region was 65,394 representing 11.6 percent of the total New Zealand Māori population.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Waikato Maniapoto district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Judge Stephen Clark | Judge Stephanie Milroy
District Manager Registrar Tania Woodhouse
Contact Level 2, BNZ Centre
354 Victoria Street
HAMILTON 3204
DX Box GX10101
HAMILTON

Ph: (07) 957 7880
Fax: (07) 957 7881
mlcwaikato@justice.govt.nz

Advisory Clinics Click here to view the list of upcoming clinics in Waikato Maniapoto
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Waiariki | Rotorua

Waiariki
The Māori Land Court Waiariki district covers a land area of approximately 1,936,270 hectares. Of that, 340,179 hectares is Māori Land.
The Waiariki boundaries are from Te Puke in Western Bay of Plenty across to Whangaparaoa in the east and inland to the western shores of Waikaremoana. Across to Taupō and Taumarunui at the southern end, heading north to Mangakino and Tīrau returning across the Mangorewa rangers to Te Puke.
Population According to the 2006 Census, the Māori population in the region was 67,662 representing 12% percent of the total New Zealand Māori population. Māori is spoken by 9.6 percent of people in Waiariki.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Waiariki district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Judge Partick Savage | Judge Layne Harvey | Deputy Chief Judge Caren Fox | Judge Craig Coxhead
District Manager Registrar Graeme Vercoe
Contact Hauora House
1143 Haupapa Street
ROTORUA 3010
DX Box JX10529
ROTORUA

Ph: (07) 921 7402
Fax: (07) 921 7412
mlcwaiariki@justice.govt.nz
 

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Aotea | Whanganui

 

Aotea The Māori Land Court Aotea district covers a land area of approximately 1,284,284 hectares. Of that, 414,964 hectares is Māori Land.

The boundaries start from the Mōkau River, heading east to Lake Taupō at the Waihaha River across Lake Taupō to Rangitaiki then south along the Ruahine & Tararua Ranges to Palliser Bay.

Population According to the 2006 Census, the Māori population in the region was 113,523 representing 20% percent of the total New Zealand Māori population.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Aotea district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Judge Layne Harvey | Judge Sarah Reeves | Chief Judge Wilson Isaac
District Manager Registrar Blair Anderson
Contact 74 Ingestre Street
WHANGANUI 4500
DX Box PX10207
WHANGANUI

Ph: (06) 349 0770
Fax: (06) 349 0771
mlcaotea@justice.govt.nz

Advisory Clinics Click here to view the list of upcoming clinics in Aotea
News & Events What’s new in Aotea.

Read about rates on Māori land and the Whanaganui District Councils draft 10 year plan from Principal Liaison Officer (PLO) Te Reo Hau. Read More>>


Tairāwhiti | Gisborne

Tairawhiti The Māori Land Court Tairāwhiti district covers a land area of approximately 1,200,000 hectares (steeply dissected hill country). Of that, 275,823 hectares is Māori Land. Tairāwhiti is the first point in the world to greet the dawn of a new day.

The boundaries of Tairāwhiti start north at Pōtikirua and end south at the Mōhaka river and runs inland to Matawai and down to Tuai at Waikaremoana.

 Population According to the 2006 Census, the Māori population in the region was 24,555 representing 4.3% percent of the total New Zealand Māori population.Gisborne has the highest percentage of Māori population at 44.3% (19,758) compared to a National average of 14.87%.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Tairāwhiti district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Deputy Chief Judge Caren Fox | Chief Judge Wilson Isaac
District Manager Registrar Liz South (Acting)
Contact Ngā Wai e Rua Building
Cnr Reads Quay & Lowe Street
GISBORNE 4010
DX Box PX10106
GISBORNE

Ph: (06) 869 0370
Fax: (06) 869 0371
mlctairawhiti@justice.govt.nz
 

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Tākitimu | Hastings

 

Tākitimu
The Māori Land Court Tākitimu district covers a land area of approximately 1,936,492 hectares. Of that, 88,401 hectares is Māori Land.

The Tākitimu boundaries are the Mōhaka River in the north to the Wairarapa in the south with the western boundaries formed by the ranges from Te Hāroto south to the Tararua and Ruahine ranges. The region is spread over Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa taking in the three main urban areas of Napier, Hastings and Masterton.

Population According to the 2006 census, the Māori Population in the region was 37,737 representing 6.7% of the total NZ Māori population.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Tākitimu district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Judge Layne Harvey
District Manager Joycelyn Scott (Joy)
Contact 2nd Floor, Heretaunga House
Cnr Lyndon & Warren Streets
HASTINGS 4122

DX Box MX10024
HASTINGS

Ph: (06) 974 7630
Fax: (06) 974 7631
mlctakitimu@justice.govt.nz

Advisory Clinics Click here to view clinics in Tākitimu
News & Events Read about the The Principal Liaison Officer (PLO) role servicing Takitimu/Tairāwhiti. Read more >> 

 Te Waipounamu

Te Waipounamu
The district boundaries cover the entire South Island and includes Stewart Island (Rakiura), the Chatham Islands (Rekohu or Wharekauri) and Tītī Islands.  
Population According to the 2006 Census, the Māori population in the region was 73,599 representing 13% percent of the total New Zealand Māori population. Half of the Māori population in the region is under the age of 21.9 years.
Iwi To see a comprehensive directory map of Iwi from the Te Waipounamu district and other areas please click here to go to the Te Puni Kōkiri website.
Judges Judge Sarah Reeves | Judge Craig Coxhead
District Manager Registrar Carol Smith
Contact Aoraki House
76 Peterborough Street
CHRISTCHURCH 8013
DX Box WX11124
CHRISTCHURCH

Ph: (03) 962 4900
Fax: (03) 962 4901
mlctewaipounamu@justice.govt.nz
 

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SILNA – South Island Native Landless Act