"He orite katoa ki nga tohu i hoahoatia e Goldie, te kaitoi rongonui o Aotearoa, e mohiotia whanuitia ana mo ona whakaahua o nga rangatira
me te iwi Maori, te ki a Te Honore Nanaia Mahuta.
Tena koutou e nga rangatira
ma i tenei wa pouri rawa.
Several other important Ngati Maniapoto Rangatira
(Chiefs) also make long overdue and welcome appearances in New Zealand historical writing.
met King George IV in 1820 while working on a Maori-English dictionary; they believed the King to have promised to send more missionaries.
The Waitangi Tribunal has alluded to the potential for developing new Treaty principles from their conclusive findings that sovereignty was not ceded by the rangatira
who signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Waitangi Tribunal, 2014).
Te Tiriti o Waitangi and The Treaty of Waitangi are the founding documents of Aotearoa New Zealand signed by the British Crown and Maori rangatira
(chiefs) in 1840.
In 2013 Wellington investment company Rangatira
bought a 35 per cent stake of Tuatara for an undisclosed sum.
[T]he problem is the interpretation of the fifth line, all the more unfortunate as it must be the subject phrase of the sentence: '[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]' must be Mantells way of describing himself and I suggest that is a corruption of, or perhaps a play on, the Maori phrase 'te rangatira
', i.e., 'the lord' (Roman p looks the same as Greek [rho], so why shouldn't Greek [pi] represent Roman r?).
To get a proper handle on it, we jump forward now 20 years, to a gathering of ariki--paramount chiefs--and rangatira
, at Kohimarama in Auckland in July 1860.
In a scene we'll return to, Marring becomes the property of his rangatira
, but on what basis were property rights secured in those good old times?
For example, Table 1 below reflects ACL characteristics juxtaposed with Maori leadership roles as summarized by Tu Rangatira
, a localized version of culturally responsive leadership in New Zealand (New Zealand Ministry of Education, 2010).