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Departmental
Notice Title

Fisheries (Kaimoana Customary Fishing) Notice (No. 7) 2007 (No. F407)

Pursuant to Regulation 9 of the Fisheries (Kaimoana Customary Fishing) Regulations 1998, the Programme Manager (Deed of Settlement Implementation Programme)
at the Ministry of Fisheries (acting pursuant to a delegated authority in accordance with section 41 of the State Sector Act 1998) gives the following notice.
N o t i c e
1. Title and commencement—(1) This notice may be cited as the Fisheries (Kaimoana Customary Fishing) Notice (No. 7) 2007.
(2) This notice shall come into effect the day after the date of its notification in the New Zealand Gazette.
2. Interpretation—In this notice:
(a) “customary food-gathering” has the same meaning as defined in Regulation 2 of the Fisheries (Kaimoana Customary Fishing) Regulations 1998.
(b) “Kaitiaki Kaimoana” are local dialect words that have the same meaning as “Tangata Kaitiaki/Tiaki”, a term that is defined in Regulation 2 of the Fisheries (Kaimoana Customary Fishing) Regulations 1998.
(c) “Kaitiaki Kaimoana” means the person or persons appointed under Regulation 9 of the Fisheries (Kaimoana Customary Fishing) Regulations 1998 for the management of customary food-gathering within the area/rohe moana.
(d) “area/rohe moana” means the area described by a line commencing at a point on the line of mean high-water springs at the mouth of the Huikomako Stream (38°30.44'S 174°37.95'E); then due west for 200 nautical miles to a point on the Exclusive Economic Zone (38°30.44'S 170°23.49'E); then north following the Exclusive Economic Zone to a point due west of Tapirimoko Point (38°21.84'S 170°25.65'E); then due east for 200 nautical miles to a point on the line of mean high-water springs at Tapirimoko Point (38°21.84'S 174°39.60'E); then generally southerly following the line of mean high-water springs to
the point of commencement. The geographical coordinates named are in terms of the WGS84 datum.
3. Nomination of Kaitiaki Kaimoana—Ngati Kinohaku, as represented by the Oparure Marae, has nominated George Kete, Perry Taituha and Stephen Rewi Walsh as Kaitiaki Kaimoana for managing customary food-gathering within the area/rohe moana.
4. Appointment of Kaitiaki Kaimoana—On 1 May
2007, the Associate Minister of Fisheries confirmed the appointment of George Kete, Perry Taituha and Stephen Rewi Walsh as Kaitiaki Kaimoana for managing customary food-gathering within the area/rohe moana.
5. Confirmation of tangata whenua—Ngati Kinohaku,
as represented by the Oparure Marae, is confirmed as
the tangata whenua of the area/rohe moana to which the appointment of Kaitiaki Kaimoana relates.
6. Power to authorise the taking of fisheries resources for customary food-gathering—A Kaitiaki Kaimoana may authorise any individual to take fisheries resources managed under the Fisheries Act 1996, other than those resources that are taken in fresh water, for customary food-gathering purposes from within the whole or any part of the area/rohe moana. No customary food-gathering of fisheries resources may take place in the area/rohe moana without an authorisation from a Kaitiaki Kaimoana.
Dated at Nelson this 28th day of May 2007.
RAYMOND NECKLEN, Programme Manager (Deed
of Settlement Implementation Programme), Ministry of Fisheries.