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Latest updates and media coverage of the Ihumātao Occupation in Mangere.
 
PEENIHEN001 #IhumātaoNews: [Waatea News] Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare says he's concerned at they way the situation at Ihumatao is escalating and the way people on both sides of the debate are being treated. 26 JUL 2019
IHUMATAO003 #IhumātaoNews: [Waatea News] The Māori Affairs Select Committee has declined to recommend any government intervention in the dispute, but asked the House to take careful note of the petitioners' concerns. 26 JUL 2019
IHUMATAO004 #IhumātaoNews: [Māori PartyAfter coming out of his iwi’s third Reading last night, as the lead negotiator, President of the Māori Party Che Wilson states: “I have first-hand experience in the flaws of the governments Treaty Settlement processes.” 26 JUL 2019
IHUMATAO002 #IhumātaoNews: E-Tangata talked to Pania Newton, the youngest of six cousins who formed SOUL (Save Our Unique Landscape) to fight against a Fletcher housing development at Ihumātao, in Māngere, Auckland. That whenua has been the scene of a standoff since police moved in to evict SOUL and their supporters. Here Pania explains why they're there. E-TANGATA ARCHIVE 5 MAR 2019
IHUMATAO001 #IhumātaoNews: [E-Tangata] Back in 2015, Wena Harawira talked with the six cousins who started the occupation at Ihumātao about what was at stake. E-TANGATA ARCHIVE 3 OCT 2015 
IHUMATAO005 #IhumātaoNews: [Waatea News] The executive director Amnesty International in Aotearoa says the organisation is prepared to have human rights observers at Ihumātao for days or weeks if needed to monitor protests.
   
   
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