July 2012 Contents

Supreme Court

Rivers as navigable public highways - Paki v Attorney-General Supreme Court [2012] NZSC 50

Māori Land Court and Māori Appellate Court

Appointment of trustees – voting procedure and participation levels - Rihia v Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Hikairo

Discharge of interim injunction to prevent eviction from Māori land; no serious questionKerr v Stewart

District, Youth and Family Courts

Announcing court sittings in te reo Māori and English

Waitangi Tribunal

Māori claims to rights over water – Tribunal issues interim direction urging halt to partial privatisation of State-owned power companies

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Māori Law Review news

Student essay competition - undergraduate law students of Victoria University of Wellington are invited to submit an essay on the most significant legal development affecting Māori in 2011. The winner will receive a $100 book token and will have their essay published in the Māori Law Review.