Tangata Whenua

Tangata whenua is a Māori term of the indigenous peoples of New Zealand and literally means "people of the land", from tangata, 'people' and whenua land.

Read more about Tangata Whenua:  Etymology, Contexts, Law and Custom, Tangata Tiriti

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List Of Māori People - Society - Race Relations
... as the indigenous people of New Zealand is recognised in New Zealand law by the term tangata whenua (lit ... Māori as a whole can be considered as tangata whenua of New Zealand entirely individual iwi are recognised as tangata whenua for areas of New Zealand in which they are traditionally based, while ... Zealand law periodically requires consultation between the government and tangata whenua – for example, during major land development projects ...
History of The Miranda Naturalists' Trust - 1990: Opening of The Centre
... with a dedication ceremony with the tāngata whenua of Pukorokoro, Taramaire and Kaiaua ... Ka haere mai ano nga kuaka Ka kite ano – te iwi pakeha Ka kite ano – te tangata whenua Na tatou katoa – Pukorokoro nei Then the Miranda Trust executive council members welcomed the tāngata whenua to the ... to be in fact guests on the ancestral lands of Te Tangata Whenua ...
Samoan New Zealander - Culture - Growing Tensions
... about how some tensions arose when the Tangata Whenua in New Zealand opposed the growing amount of Pakeha immigrating to New Zealand, fearing that New Zealand would ... migrants continued to grow rapidly in New Zealand, the Tangata Whenua continued to have tensions amongst each other ... Despite the growing tensions that the Tangata Whenua had amongst the Samoans, who were considered half the population of outsiders in New Zealand, all islanders used ...
Tangata Whenua - Tangata Tiriti
... The notion of tangata whenua is sometimes contrasted with that of tangata tiriti – literally, "the people of the Treaty" ... Tangata tiriti refers to non-indigenous New Zealanders, who are in the country by virtue of the Treaty of Waitangi ... As used notably by Judge Edward Taihakurei Durie, the notion of tangata tiriti underlines partnership and acceptance ...
Pōwhiri
... side and slightly to the front of the remainder of the tangata whenua (hosts) ... After the manuhiri (guests) and tangata whenua are seated, both sides will have speakers usually beginning with the tangata whenua ... The ceremonial tapu (sacred) is lifted when tangata whenua and manuhiri make physical contact (hariru, hongi) ...