John Hutton

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John Lincoln Hutton is a New Zealand activist and historian.

At university he was the partner of Victoria St. John.

Student activism

1992 In Auckland University Education Action Group.[1] A 5th year MA in Anthropology, History and Maori Studies. [2]

1992 article with Bruce Cronin in Craccum 11 on May 1 protest, both EAG members.

1993 - Dealt with under police diversion scheme (had to apologise to National Party, make reparations & do 75 hrs community service, for throwing paint at National Party headquarters & on police uniforms) AUSA paid his fine.[3]

1995 Grad MA Auckland University in Anthropology.

Radical Society

1993 - Radical Society member, chair of AUSA SRC & former AUSA executive member.

1996 - Article in first issue of Radical Society's Outburst on Rangatiratanga.

'90s, leader of Maoist front Coalition of Concerned Students.[4]


1993 - Auckland contact for Aoteoroa Youth Network. [5]

Maori claims historian

1995 - Graduate with MA in Anthropology, later worked for Crown Forestry Rental Trust, Waitangi Tribunal and several Maori claimant groups.

Late '90s CFRT co-ordinator in Tauranga and Kaipara claims.

2000 - new Researcher Waitangi Tribunal.


  1. Craccum no 19
  2. Craccum 18
  3. Press Mar 18 94
  4. TV1 27th April
  5. Peacelink Sep 93