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Rāhui: Whangateau Harbour

Ngāti Manuhiri exercise Mana Motuhake over taonga and rohe

Status: Current

Tuia ki te rangi, Tuia ki te papa

Tuia ki te moana, Tuia tātou

E rongo te pō, E rongo te ao

Haumi e, Hui e, Tāiki e!

The Ngāti Manuhiri Settlement Trust, Mana Whenua ō Tāmaki, have placed a rāhui from Te Taumutu Point Omaha sand spit to the entrance of the Whangateau harbour to Ti Point.

Image credit: Crew.org.nz

What does this mean for you?

A rāhui (physical and spiritual mechanism) sets a temporary prohibition around the rāhui area and a person must not take cockle or pipi from the Whangateau Harbour or possess cockle or pipi taken from the Whangateau Harbour, while this notice is in force.

External Source: https://gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2015-go7264

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