"Kia hiwa ra, kia hiwa ra
te tangi a te manu nei, kuui, kuui, kuui
tuia, tuia, tui-tuia
tuia i runga, tuia i raro, tuia i roto, tuia i waho
ka rongo te po, ka rongo te ao
i te pu korero i te wananga
puawhio-rangi, putakataka, te marama ahunuku te marama
ahurangi ka takoto koutou i te wa-o-tu
tu winiwini, tu wanawana, tu i whakaputaiana ki te whei ao
ka tu numia, ka tu rawea,
ka whakaoti nuku
ka whakaoti rangi
ko to manawa ko taku manawa, ka irihia
whano, whano, whano mai te toki
haumi ee, hui ee taiki ee"
Sir Graham Latimer
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Business Plan 2013-2014
Crown Forestry Rental Trust Business Plan 2013-2014
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High Court proceedings - Crown Forestry Rental Trust Funding Assistance
Late on Friday 22 March 2013, the Crown Forestry Rental Trust (the Trust) received notice that legal proceedings had been filed in the High Court by the New Zealand Maori Council and Sir Taihākurei (Edward) Durie (Maori Appointor- appointed Trustee).
Download High Court proceedings - Crown Forestry Rental Trust Funding Assistance ( pdf,191kb)
Media Release 13 February 2013
Te Paparahi funding Decision
The Crown Forestry Rental Trust has contacted claimants involved in the Paparahi O Te Raki Inquiry District outlining its funding decision for the region.
Yesterday Trustees resolved to decline the Paparahi funding request on the basis that funding cannot be approved or distributed in the absence of an Approved Client of the Trust. More
Report to Appointors 2011-2012
Crown Forestry Rental Trust Report to Appointors 2011-2012.
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Media Release 2 July 2012
Hon Sir Taihākurei (Edward) Durie Welcomed to Trust
From 1 July Hon Sir Taihākurei (Edward) Durie will replace long-serving retiring Trustee Paul Morgan on the Crown Forestry Rental Trust [Paul Morgan statement 28 June 2012]. More
Media Release 28 June 2012
Long Time Trustee Retires
Long time Crown Forestry Rental Trustee Paul Morgan has decided to retire from active duty at the Trust after nine years service. More
Tax Advice for Claimant Groups on Post-Settlement Governance Entity Structures
Claimant groups invariably need advice which assists them to identify the most tax-efficient structures for entities which receive, hold and manage post-settlement assets. Ernst & Young has prepared a report which provides claimant groups with a comprehensive introduction to, and appreciation of, the tax implications and liabilities which may accompany Treaty settlement assets. The report also makes recommendations for minimising tax liabilities for such post-settlement governance entities.
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The Forestry Emission Unit Trust has been established
The Government has appointed CFRT trustees to the Forestry Emission Unit Trust. They are responsible for applying for New Zealand Units that are available for land underlying Licensed Crown Forests and distribute these to the iwi that has received this land as part of their Treaty settlement. For more information see the website http://www.feut.org.nz/
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