Ngāti Ira insist on settling their own claim on their own terms.
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Whakatōhea, the Opotiki-based iwi who turned down the Crown’s Treaty settlement offer in the 1990s and were kicked to the back of the claimant line, are no closer to settling their historic grievances as internal dissent threatens to cut the claim in two.
Ngāti Ira, a Whakatōhea hapū, insist on settling their own claim - Wai 558 – separate …