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Māori leader Ngātata Love has been banned from any contact with the iwi organisation he once led, as part of parole conditions when he is released from jail in October.
Disgraced Māori leader Ngātata Love has successfully sought parole and will be released from prison in October.
The former partner of Sir Ngatata Love benefited from payments meant for the a Wellington iwi organisation, a court has been told.
Māori leader Sir Ngatata Love, who has been jailed for two years and six months on a fraud charge, intends to appeal, his lawyer says. Video
The judge who sentenced Sir Ngatata Love says his offending was a gross breach of trust when sentencing him today, but his supporters say jail is not the right place for the 79-year-old. Video, Audio
The Maori leader, Sir Ngatata Love, has been refused bail and jailed for 2 years and 6 months for obtaining property by deception. Audio
Several of Sir Ngatata Love's supporters have questioned why his case is being dealt with by the Pākehā court system, rather than by traditional Māori justice.
The Crown is seeking a prison term for the prominent Maori leader, Sir Ngatata Love, who was found guilty of obtaining property through deception. Sir Ngatata is expected to learn of his fate… Audio
Sentencing of prominent Maori leader Sir Ngatata Love will not be completed until tomorrow as his lawyers consider Corrections advice on the effect of a jail sentence on his health.
Prominent Maori leader Sir Ngatata Love has been found guilty of defrauding his fellow trustees in the Wellington Tenths Trust. Audio
Sir Ngatata Love, who is on trial in the High Court on alternative charges of fraud and corruption, had to take a break from giving evidence this afternoon due to ill health. Audio
Ngatata Love has just been made a Principal Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Maori. Audio
The Prime Minister John Key was at the hui, along with the leaders of the Maori Party. Audio
A further milestone has been reached in the Treaty of Waitangi settlement. Audio
Māori approaches to nationhood are analysed by Prof Ngatata Love from Victoria University of Wellington, and Prof Giselle Byrnes takes a dissenting view of the debate about nationhood as she seeks to… Audio