8 Nov 2011

Manu Korihi News for 8 November 2011

From Checkpoint, 5:46 pm on 8 November 2011

The first house ever constructed inside a New Zealand jail for use in the community, was craned over two fences at Hawke's Bay prison today, before being transported to a section in Hastings; Wairoa District Councillors have voted today to hold a public poll during the 2013 Local Government elections on whether to introduce Maori wards; A group of 13 Auckland tribes say the public will notice an increase in the care of 15 volcanic cones, once they're returned to Maori; A Wellington business consultancy, Poutama, is picking India as a prime export market for Maori, once New Zealand secures a free trade agreement, which is expected to be early next year.