- A programme on The Treaty of Waitangi introduced by Ngawai Winiata (Ngāti Raukawa). The programme is a compilation made by Ngawai Winiata of of earlier recordings. Tape four (OHT10-0740) has six parts. Part one: contains the end of an interview (started on tape 3 OHT10-0742) by host Piripi Walker with Brian Easton about Treaty rights in relation to broadcasting. Part two: staff member Lucy Te Moana interviews Nikki Saffery and Maryanne Haggie of Project Waitangi, a Pākeha group dedicated to education of New Zealanders about te Titiri o Waitangi (in English). Part three: host Piripi Walker interviews Tipene O'Regan about Māori fisheries bill 1988 and Treaty rights. Discusses negotiations with crown over split on fisheries quota (in English). Part four: speech by Prime Minister Geoffrey Palmer about Government policy surrounding Treaty grievances, followed by an interview in which Palmer answers questions from journalists about the Waitangi Tribunal. Part five: host Piripi Walker interviews Koro Wetere, Minister of Māori Affairs, 1984-1987 on the taskforce relating to Treaty issues. Discusses policies of the Labour government of 1984 and 1987 which led to the Fisheries Bill. Part six: Host Ngawai Winiata interviews Doctor Kathie Irwin about the effects of colonisation, including on education and te Reo Māori. Quantity: 59.55 Minutes and seconds duration. 1.44 Minutes and seconds duration. 1 10" reel(s).
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- Te Reo Irirangi o Te Upoko o Te Ika: Sound recordings / Treaty of Waitangi
- 59.55 Minutes and seconds duration, 1.44 Minutes and seconds duration, 1 10" reel(s), Radio programmes, Open reel audiotapes
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