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Te whakahaere ngātahi me tō tātou hononga ki te iwi Māori

Co-governance and our relationship with Māori

In this section you'll find out how Māori are represented at Auckland Council, see examples of co-governance in action, learn about the Independent Māori Statutory Board, the Tāmaki Makaurau Mana Whenua Forum and explore the idea of Māori wards.

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