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No. 49 (November 1964)
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Special Visit to North Auckland

In their concern for the better development of their lands, representatives of North Auckland on the Maori Council had invited the President to visit them for the special purpose of explaining how land incorporations might help them. Two excellent meetings were held, one at Takahiwai and the other at Pukepoto, where a large crowd gave Sir Turi Carroll a most attentive hearing. He was supported by the Judge of the Maori Land Court and the District Officer, Maori Affairs Department, and the result of his visit could well be the establishment of several new incorporations.