Early activism over the issue of sporting contacts with apartheid South Africa
Whina Cooper leads the Māori Land March through Hamilton in 1975
The entrance to Ōrākei Marae
Moutoa Gardens in Whanganui. Seen in this photo: the Kemp Monument, the Māori War Memorial, the School Memorial and the Moutoa Monument.
The Michael Joseph Savage Memorial
Huntly and the Waikato, New Zealand 1991
The foreshore and seabed hikoi outside Parliament
Tame Iti at gallery opening 13 October 2009
Annette Sykes
Approximate area of the Urewera mountain range.
Tino Rangatiratanga flag

The occupation and the use of force to end it played a part in highlighting injustices against Māori, and the occupation became a major landmark in the history of Māori protest.

- Ōrākei

When the Waitangi Tribunal was given the power to investigate historical grievances, this the Ōrākei claim covering the Bastion Point area was one of the first cases for investigation.

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Early activism over the issue of sporting contacts with apartheid South Africa

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Bastion Point seen from the fishing pier jutting out into the Waitematā Harbour.

Bastion Point

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Bastion Point seen from the fishing pier jutting out into the Waitematā Harbour.
A marae on Takaparawhau in the 1890s.
Bastion Point activist campaign at Nambassa alternatives festival 1981.
Grave and memorial near Bastion Point.
The entrance to Ōrākei Marae, the cultural hub for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.

Takaparawhau / Bastion Point is a coastal piece of land in Ōrākei, Auckland, New Zealand, overlooking the Waitematā Harbour.

The occupation and the use of force to end it played a part in highlighting injustices against Māori, and the occupation became a major landmark in the history of Māori protest.