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WHO ARE THE IWI IN YOUR REGION? Learn more about the iwi groups in the Waikato, and about our Iwi Māori contacts database.

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WAIKATO RIVER CO-MANAGEMENT: Find out more about Waikato Regional Council's role, and why the Waikato River is important to iwi.

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RESOURCE CONSENTS: Find out more about applying for resources consents and the decision process around it.

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TAI-RANGA-WHENUA: Learn more about Tai-ranga-whenua, Waikato Regional Council's iwi relationships team. 

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WHO ARE THE IWI IN YOUR REGION? Take a look at our interactive GIS map showing the iwi groups in the Waikato.

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COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: Learn more about your current Waikato Regional Council representatives. 

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A MĀORI PERSPECTIVE ON THE ENVIROMENT: Learn more about Te Ao Māori and Māori views in the Waikato.

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IWI MANAGEMENT PLANS: Learn more about our current iwi management plans, and how you can have your say in council decision making.

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MORE INFORMATION: Learn more about the iwi groups in the Waikato with this series of useful links.

Waikato Regional Council is at a pivotal period of change, The council has embarked on a new journey and is charting a pioneering course towards the principles of partnership and collaboration in decision making with their Treaty partners. This innovative approach requires both the council and iwi to agree on their partnering destinations and shared points of convergence along the way.  The essence of which has been captured in the Strategic direction for the Waikato Regional Council.  

The collective strength of all will enhance relationship agreements moving forward and strengthen on-going engagement with iwi within and outside of Treaty Settlement arrangements.

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