Kua whakaritea e mātou o Te Waka Ture tēnei pānui "Te Pūrongo Ture", ā, ko te whakaaro ia, ākene pea e whai pānga ana ki āu mahi. Me he pātai āu, me he whakaaro rānei ōu, tēnā whakapā mai.
We have prepared this newsletter "Te Purongo Ture" and thought it may be of interest to you. If you have any questions or thoughts, please let us know.
Highlights of this issue include a landmark case that will reshape the way government deals with iwi interests, the government's new agency Te Arawhiti and updates on our team and te wiki o te reo Maori ki Chapman Tripp.
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The information in this article is for informative purposes only and should not be relied on as legal advice. Please contact Chapman Tripp for advice tailored to your situation.