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Te Kooti Wakanga Update

Sentencing and Prosecutions

On 24 September 2023 Three marathon court sittings were convened at Te Kooti Wakanga Court of Justice, held on Sunday 24 September 2023 to deal with breaches of He Wakaputanga and Covid 19 response crimes of four convicted NZ Government officials and MPs from the 53rd Parliament of New Zealand over the period of 2020 – 2023.

Sentencing of Four NZ Government Officials

The first court sitting of COJ-07-23-001 was convened to deliver judgment to four convicted New Zealand Government officials, Christopher John Hipkins, Andrew James Little, Ashley Robin Bloomfield and Christopher James for their part in actions that breached He Wakaputanga and actions that led to serious Covid 19 crimes.

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Whenua Rangatira Land Protection

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The updated Wakaminenga Maori Government website was launched on Matariki 2023. The significance of this is explained in this public post. Posts have conditional permissions based on the website users status ie logged in/out, enrolled or non-enrolled or Ngakau Aroha (supporter). Find out what it means to be Tangata Wakaminenga.

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Tīhei Mauriora!

“Tīhei mauriora!” is a common expression in te reo Māori. It acknowledges the breath of life, and is expressed on the pae during whaikōrero or mihimihi. It refers to the Māori creation story when the first human was fashioned from clay in the form of a wahine. The hongi symbolises… Read More »Tīhei Mauriora!