— 20 July
| Kapu Ti
|| Whakawhanaungatanga (introductions), apologies and messages
from people unable to attend. Introduction to Agenda.
|| Maori Customary tools available to Maori - Where are they
currently located and applications in pipeline. How public awareness
is being advocated and how many Mataitai/Taiapure are facing
challenges being implemented? – MFish. T Teneti/G Morrell/George
|| Questions and answer session to above.
|| Implementation of the MPA Policy and Implementation plan
is currently focused on the protection standard and classification
– MFish and DoC representatives to outline the "protection
standards and classification" public consultation document and
the process envisaged for public consultation.
||Questions and answers on these processes.
||MFish update on progress with "proof of concept" Ministry
led multi stakeholder Fisheries Plans and proposed timeframes
for future Fisheries Plans – Jodi Mantle or Arthur Hore,
|| Outline of Stakeholder led Fisheries Plans, their legislative
framework and Ministry support available for their development
– Kim Drummond, MFish.
||Questions and answers on Fisheries Plans
|| Kapu Ti – Team photo
|| Update on Shared Fisheries project – outline of public
consultation process being provided for – Robin Connor
or Lindie Nelson, MFish.
|| Maximum Sustainable Yield. MFish to explain, with diagrams
of the yield curve, what maximum sustainable yield is and how
it is applied in our fisheries management system.
|| Final questions and answers for officials from hui participants.
MFish and DoC officials may leave the hui to travel home or
are welcome to stay.
|| Report on the Fresh Water Customary Forum – Tom Moana/G
|| Report on Nga Hapu O Te Uru Customary Forum in Waikato –
Tom Moana Co-chair.
|| Update on Regional Customary Forums – Graeme Morrell/Tom
Teneti/George Riley - MFish.
|| Update on Regional Recreational Forums – Richard Baker/Paul
|| Ngati Whatua and the Kaipara – a tangata whenua perspective
of future fisheries management for their rohe.
||Ngati Wai presentation on their way of doing things.
|| Te Uri O Hau – their understanding of MFish Treaty
Settlement obligations regards fisheries.
|| Te Roroa - their understanding of MFish Treaty Settlement
obligations regards fisheries.
||Update on Kahawai Legal Challenge – Jeff Romeril, President
|| Kapu Ti
|| Presentation on multilingual information fishing site - www.fish4nz.co.nz
report – Keith Ingram, President NZRFC
|| Passing of tokotoko – Story telling, fishy stories
by individuals. Rules explained on the day.
|| Karakia-moe (sleep time)
|Day Two — 21 July
|| Parakuihi (Breakfast)
|| Alternative management strategies – an international
perspective attained through attendance at Sharing the Fish
Conference in Perth March 2006 – Kim Walshe, Ackroyd Walshe.
|| Review of reports from the last Whakamaharatanga hui &
the "short line-out" hui in Auckland – questions and answer
|| Discussion on recommendations for structure of "Guardians
of the Sea" Charitable Trust – Bruce Galloway.
|| Establish Work Plan for Hokianga Accord and prioritise.
||Evaluation of Hui
||Evaluation of Hui. Wrap up.
||Lunch - Poroporoaki (farewell)