6 Oct 2011

Manu Korihi News for 6 October 2011

From Checkpoint, 5:46 pm on 6 October 2011

The Whanganui river iwi says complaints about new welcoming signs to the city, show some people still think Maori are second-class citizens; A driving force in the national resurgence of Kaupapa Waka, an initiative that looks to teach such knowledge as waka history and traditional navigation, has died; The Maori Party MP for Bay of Plenty, wants two reports on the raids in Te Urewera to be released; The Law Society says a Treaty of Waitangi claims lawyer facing disciplinary charges, can continue working.