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Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little will be meeting with representatives of Ngāpuhi and its hapū to find an alternative to Tuhoronuku while he is at Waitangi this year, he says. Audio
The Treaty Negotiations Minister is confident in a new model to move the Ngāpuhi Treaty settlement forward, despite at least eight hapū rejecting it.
Ngāpuhi will vote on a new model for negotiating what's expected to be the biggest Waitangi Treaty settlement of its kind.
Hapū in Hokianga are backing the idea of a name change for Tūhoronuku.
The deadlock over Ngāpuhi treaty negotiations shows no sign of breaking after a series of hui with Treaty Settlements Minister Andrew Little over the weekend. Audio
Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little says his talks with Ngāpuhi leaders over the weekend have been helpful.
Ngāpuhi hapū say the latest meetings with Treaty Negotiations Minster Andrew Little have marked a watershed in the iwi's stalled Treaty settlement.
Analysis - In his approach to the country's largest and poorest iwi, Ngāpuhi, Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little is showing a different style from his predecessor, writes Mihingarangi Forbes.
The Treaty Negotiations Minister is calling all Ngāpuhi hapū and key advisors to Waitangi this weekend to discuss their stalled Treaty of Waitangi settlement.
Minister for Treaty Negotiations Andrew Little is open to all proposals on how the Ngāpuhi claims might be settled, he says. Audio
There's elation at Waitangi over New Zealand First's choice to go into government with Labour.
The Ngāpuhi mandate authority kicks off a new series of hui around the north today to seek feedback on its stalled Treaty settlement.
The group that has received the bulk of Ngāpuhi's $6m settlement negotiation funding is defending trips to Sydney and Perth, saying they were worthwhile. Audio
In the Ngāpuhi mandate dispute - the hapū alliance Te Kotahitanga has rejected an invitation to meet the opposition, Tūhoronuku, as long as it is led by Sonny Tau.
Not even Pope Francis would be able to help the Ngāpuhi settlement, which has been hit by internal disputes, Treaty Minister Chris Finlayson says.
One of the groups trying to unite New Zealand's biggest iwi so it can pursue treaty talks says it's disappointing the government is walking away from the process.
Negotiations between the government and Ngāpuhi appear to have broken down after a meeting between Prime Minister Bill English and iwi leaders.
Ngāpuhi claimants living in Christchurch are threatening to pull their support for the iwi's mandated authority, Tūhoronuku.
The government needs to make an urgent call on who to deal with over the Ngāpuhi treaty settlement, a hapū leader says.
Prime Minister Bill English says he will not be changing his mind to stay away from Te Tii Marae, despite an apology from Ngāpuhi kaumatua Kingi Taurua.