New Zealand publishes traditional knowledge report
Saana Murray had reason to celebrate last Saturday. The 90-year-old from the Ngati Kuri people received a report by the Waitangi Tribunal that addressed IP and cultural concerns of the Maori people
He was a sprightly 70 when the claim was lodged and is the only one of six claimants to have survived until publication.
The Wai 262 claim, also known as the flora and fauna claim, asserts that the Crown breached...
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