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In 2015 he led his group as the first Tauranga Moana team from the Mataatua regionals to Te Matatini kapa haka nationals in Christchurch.From 2005-2011 Black was part of the treaty negotiations group Te Au Maro o Ngāti Pukenga covering areas in Tauranga Moana, Hauraki, Maketu and Whāngarei.These documents are all testament to the strong engagement between 19th century Māori and the legal system developed by and imposed by the colonial governments of that time.All these documents are what may be termed legal Māori documents.Black passed away at Tauranga Hospital this afternoon surrounded by his whānau and loved ones.His iwi affiliations include Ngāti Pūkenga, Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, and Ngāti Raukawa ki Otaki.The 48-year-old was a driving force of Māori language initiatives and treaty negotiations.He was a strong advocate for the "Homai Te Rā" campaign to make an official commemoration day for the New Zealand Wars.
Tauranga Moana iwi are mourning the sudden loss of instrumental leader Awanuiārangi Black.
The Law Bod has subscriptions to legal databases which include NZ materials: for licensing reasons access is limited to current OU students & faculty members. There are some reliable sources of NZ law on the free web.
The two most useful starting points can be reached by the final links below.
Kia tūtaki anō ai tāua ki te hui i Tāngoio ā te 13/09/08.
He Pātaka Kupu Ture / The Legal Māori Archive is an unprecedented collection of full text documents that presents, in one accessible place, the bilingual nature of New Zealand’s legal history which has to date been largely overlooked.