The process of settling Crown breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi was initially fraught with controversy, but has now become an accepted and at times celebrated part of our identity. Nearly 30 years since the first settlement, many Māori groups have seen spectacular commercial success, but many questions remain. Michael Neilson reports.

If there is one thing Andrew Little says he has learned as Treaty Negotiations Minister, it is that we - especially Pākehā - "need to learn our history".

"It is shocking. There are stories that, when you read them, you cannot be anything other than quite upset."



The settlement process

"The sky has not fallen in"

A Crown-led process

Missed opportunities

Te Arawhiti – The Bridge

The series